Super Show Safety Tips
We hope that you have fun and enjoy your Super Show Fireworks, and that you do so in a safe and careful manner. Fireworks can provide hours of family and friend entertainment but must be used by adults carefully and safely. Please obey the following safety measures during your fireworks display and use common sense.
- Always purchase your fireworks from reliable sources.
- Follow instructions and use common sense. Do not use alcohol with fireworks.
- Always have close adult supervision and never give fireworks to small children.
- Never point or throw fireworks at another person.
- Use outdoors only in a clear area away from buildings, vehicles and shrubbery. Have water handy. Be cautious when lighting any fireworks during strong wind conditions. Fireworks should be lit with the wind blowing away from spectators. If the wind shifts during your shoot you need to accommodate that shift.
- Never carry fireworks in your pocket or shoot them in metal or glass containers.
- Light only one firework at a time. Wear eye protection and never have any portion of your body over the firework. Also, be aware of sparks and fireworks not being used near your launch zone.
- Don't experiment with homemade fireworks and never attempt to relight a firework.
- Please be considerate of your pets and animals when using fireworks and keep them inside or far away from the noise.
Light spinner on a hard flat service in a clear open space. Spinners need a very flat service to launch from. They have to be able to spin around freely in order to launch. They can launch from asphalt, but a small piece of plywood works best. Make sure your audience is a safe 100 ft away.
Set your firecrackers on a hard, flat surface. Make sure you have a clear open space and that your audience is a safe 50 ft away. After you light the fuse make sure you move a safe distance away.
You want to light fountains on a hard, flat, level surface. Be sure to stabilize the base with bricks, and make sure your audience is a minimum of 50 feet away. After you light it is important to make sure you get a safe distance away.
Set your spinner on a hard, flat surface asphalt will work but a small piece of plywood usually does better. Have a clear open space to light. Make sure your audience is a minimum of thirty feet away.
Set up your missile on a hard, flat level surface. Make sure your audience is a minimum of 150ft away. Some your missile may have an orange plastic tube protecting the fuse this will need to be removed before lighting. Make sure to check the missile once it comes down to be sure it's not still lit and will start a grass or brush fire.
Set up your parachute on a hard, flat level surface. Make sure your audience is a minimum of 150ft away. Be sure to stabilize the parachute tube with bricks. Make sure to check the parachute once it comes down to be sure it's not still lit and will start a grass or brush fire.
Reloadable Mortars Artillery Shells
Set up your tubes on a hard, flat level surface. Make sure your audience is a minimum of 150ft away. Be sure to stabilize the tube with bricks. For reloadable shell never use wet or damaged shell or launch tube. Insert shell all the way into the bottom of the tube, flat end down. Never force a shell into a tube. Use only one shell at a time. Wait at least 30 seconds between loading shells, and shake out any loose debris between shots. Never ignite a shell outside of a launch tube. Never take the shell apart. Never relight a fuse that fails to ignite the device. After lighting the fuse, move a minimum of 20 feet from the launch tube.
Multi Effects and 500 Grams
Set up your repeaters on a hard, flat level surface. Make sure you have a clear open space to shoot with 150 ft distance between your audience and where you are shooting. Check the packaging to see if you are supposed to face one side towards your audience also, don't forget to remove the fuse protector before lighting. After lighting quickly get a safe distance away.
Both bottle and skyrockets should be launched from our Safe-T Rocket Launchers. The Safety Rocket Launcher brings the excitement of shooting stick-attached rockets and the safety of a secure shooting mechanism together. It is the only product on the market today that has a patented safety feature ideal for shooting both larger stick-attached fireworks as well as bottle rockets to help keep consumers safe and give you peace of mind. The rocket should be inserted into the tube with the fuse exposed. Make sure your audience is a minimum of 150 ft away. Some rockets have an orange fuse protector that will need to be pulled off before lighting the product.
Candles should always be buried up to half of their length in sand or dirt with the fuse end pointing up and the candle at a slight angle. Never hold them in your hand. Never aim them at a person, animal or object.