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    Just exactly how do these work? Do they just sit in the fire?
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    Oh man I want to try to make these too

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    If anyone can do it, Saki Girl can! If you do figure it out, would you please do a tutorial?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCIAG View Post
    Just exactly how do these work? Do they just sit in the fire?
    Yep, they just sit in the fire and grin...
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Little Odd View Post
    My friend posted this on Facebook. Figured this group would figure out a cheaper way

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    Quote Originally Posted by halloweenscreamqueen View Post
    If anyone can do it, Saki Girl can! If you do figure it out, would you please do a tutorial?
    Sure will sweetie

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    Quote Originally Posted by halloweenscreamqueen View Post
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    Video on how to set a fire pit up using the Skulls.

    https://youtu.be/G_vcD2GZivg
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    99% sure you could just use a plaster of paris skull *provided you're just going for looks and using a propane fire pit, not trying to cook or use it as refractory for actual heating*.

    I don't know if any of my plaster skulls don't have foam in them anymore, but if I find one, I'll certainly throw it on the fire pit and see if it explodes or something.
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    I think cracking would be a problem before long with anything but special cement/plaster. It looks like the refractory cement is the way to go.

    Wonder how many skulls you can get out of a 25-pound bucket?

 

 
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