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    Arrow Formulas for Fireproofing

    FIREPROOFING CLOTH
    Into 3 pints water mix

    1 cup ammonium chloride (available from drugstore or chemical suppy house)
    1/2 cup ammonium phosphate (available from a garden supply store)
    Soak cloth well and let dry.
    This preparation can be used for clothing, tents, awnings and other textiles.

    FIREPROOFING WOOD

    (Important Note: Preparation will not make it impossible for wood to burn, just hard for the wood to catch fire.)

    Into 2 quarts water, mix

    1/2 cup zinc chloride (available from feed and grain dealer)
    1/4 cup ferric chloride (available from chemical supply house)
    3 tablespoons boric acid (available from drugstore) and
    3 tablespoons ammonium phosphate (available from garden supply store)
    Spray or brush on 2 or 3 coats.

    This preparation can be used in buildings, for outdoor furniture, camping equipment,etc.

    FIREPROOFING CHRISTMAS TREES

    Into 1 gallon water mix

    1 cup ammonium sulphate (available from garden supply store)
    1/2 cup boric acid (available from drugstore) and
    2 tablespoons borax (available from grocery or hardware store)
    Mix well. Pour into a spray bottle. Spritz on tree and pour the remainder into the tree stand instead of in water.

    KEEPING CHIMNEY FLUE FREE OF SOOT

    Mix 1 cup salt with 1 cup zinc oxide powder (available at ceramic shop or drugstore) and sprinkle on hot fire. This will help keep the chimney flue clean.
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