Solid torch (including lid) made of cast iron for a wax roll Burns 3 - 4 hours with a large flame Prepare prefabricated wax rolls or simply make them from old candle remains: Add about 320 gr. Of candle remnants in the torch and melt on a stove top or in the oven Put a roll of toilet paper in the pot until it has sucked - or alternatively buy one. In the open air then an igniting cube (no fire accelerators) drauflegen and ignite. Burns about 3 - 4 hours To prematurely extinguish the cast cover, so as to stifle the flames. Attention! Please wear gloves Accessories (not included): A stainless steel rod (Ø 12 mm round bar) without thread can be inserted into the bottom of the torch. Stainless steel round bars are available at various retailers in your area or online. Recommended is a length of 1.5 m.
Casting is quality For the highest demands on quality, longevity and aesthetics, the cast material has traditionally been the most suitable material in connection with fire and therefore also proven in furnace construction. The fire torch is therefore inherently stable and heat resistant.