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How To Make Smoke Bomb With Household Items | 3 Minute Smoke Grenade

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Hey guys in this video I’ll be showing you how to make a long-lasting smoke bomb combining KNO3+Sugar mixture. This experiment is very simple, all you need to do is this:

-Make cardboard container out of a toilet paper roll and spare carboard
-Mix KNO3 and sugar in the ratio of 6 to 4 (60% KNO3/40% Sugar)
-Stir on a low heat until it is liquid
-Pour into a cardboard container and put a fuse in it
-Wait to cool down and light it up
-Enjoy

How To Make a Fuse: www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4lv_gxFGzc&t=1s

How To Make Hydrogen Generator At Home: www.youtube.com/watch?v=S48y5Z3daZE&t=2s

*KNO3 can be easily found in Lowes or Home Depot
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22 thoughts on “How To Make Smoke Bomb With Household Items | 3 Minute Smoke Grenade

  1. How to make a hydrogen generator at home:

  2. cause of excess potassium nitrate in the end it erupts as a while bubbles…

  3. Yeah just gimme a second to go grab my *potassium nitrate*

  4. Nitrates and nitrites are abundant in the environment and are found in medicines and products in the home. Overexposure to nitrates and nitrites can lead to a condition called methemoglobinemia in which the body is deprived of oxygen, causing a blue-gray discoloration of the skin. i looked it up
    Potassium nitrate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula KNO 3. It is an ionic salt of … It is insoluble in alcohol and is not poisonous; it can react explosively with reducing agents, but it is not explosive on its own. … “The history of nitrite in human nutrition: A contribution from German cookery books”.

  5. This toxic?

  6. My teammates: we have no smoke grenades!

    Me: find me a toilet roll, potassium nitrate, powered sugar, and a stove with a pan and fuse.

    My teammates: why?

    Me: ever seen YouTube?

  7. To one on tear gas please

  8. How is KNO3 household?

    1. used for gardening

  9. Just so u know potassium nitrate isn’t a household item

  10. How is potassium nitrate a household item?

    1. You ever seen fight club?

    2. Fertilizer, stump remover, basically anything in gardening sections. You can only buy in some places. Canada doesn’t sell it because it’s used in bombs. USA does though.

  11. Great video for winter brake!!

    1. Thankss

  12. i realy like that you use scince for this s bomb

    1. Thanks

  13. Very simple and professional. Excellent content 🤜

  14. Realy cool. I have to try this 👍🏻

  15. A pitao sam se otkud ovolika magla 😀

    1. Hahah mi balkanci jedini ludi da ovo radimo

    2. Sad sve ima smisla 😉

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