If ingested, the silly string can cause ulcers, even in humans, although the effects should be temporary and heal soon. However, if they eat too much silly string, the consequences can be life threatening and should see a doctor immediately.
On a normal day, the “Silly String” method can cause serious alcohol intoxication, including alcohol intoxication, and lead to difficulty breathing, an inability to wake up, and even death. However, health experts are even more concerned with race day weather forecast to be in excess of 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Composed primarily of magnesium, silicon and oxygen, this absorbent mineral gives substance to the resin and fills out the cord as it expands to the size of the can’s nozzle. These two ingredients help keep the solution stable so it lasts between Halloweens. The alcohol prevents insects from growing in the can.
Silly String is considered by some to be an environmental threat. Because it is a synthetic resin, it is not biodegradable. In fact, it’s notorious for clogging sewage systems and has therefore been banned by a number of cities.
A key component in Silly String is its aerosol spray can and the propellant that ejects the product mix from the can. The product originally used chlorofluorocarbon propellants Freon 12 blended with Freon 11, both part of a group of compounds that deplete the ozone layer.
Silly String was originally developed as an instant spray dressing for broken bones.
Individuals, businesses and/or sellers who own or sell Silly String on public or private property in Hollywood have the option to voluntarily dispose of the product or face a maximum fine of $1,000 and/or six months in prison must.
A recent case (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-14403694) has set the precedent for spraying “silly threads” to be considered ordinary assault can. Silly Cord does no damage and cannot inflict physical pain. The definition of ordinary assault is not provided by the government but is determined by case law.
Make silly threads
Using the pointed tip, fill the bottle almost completely with the peroxide solution. Add food coloring unless you want white threads. When you’re ready to make the silly twine, put a spoonful of yeast in the bottle and quickly cap.
“SILLY STRING Brand Spray Streamer, the original fun in a can, is non-toxic, non-flammable, 100% safe for children and the environment, and made in the USA.
On the streets of Tinseltown, getting caught wearing Silly String is considered a serious offense – but only on Halloween. Commonly referred to as “Aerosol String”, Silly String is basically a brightly colored plastic propelled from an aerosol can.
Don’t make the mistake of cleaning these items afterwards. All you need to dissolve Silly String and make cleanup that much easier is water, mineral spirits, and a spray bottle to mix it in.
Please note: As this is an aerosol product, you certify that you are over the age of 16 by purchasing this product.
Troops adapted to this threat and discovered that Silly String could be used to identify tripwires that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye. The stream of plastic can be shot 10 to 12 feet across a room and is light enough not to trigger any potential triggers. If the line falls to the ground, no trip wires.
After months of frustration a soldier’s mother in Iraq has found someone sending about 80,000 cans of Silly String to the troops who use the foamy substance to detect tripwires on bombs.< / p>
Any caked silly string should be sprayed with a little WD-40 (or a similar product) and wiped clean with a microfiber cloth. The WD-40 acts as a lubricant and breaks up any Silly String particles on contact. However, it has limitations as WD-40 may not have the power to remove old, dry silly strings.
Silly string is not so stupid anymore. In fact, the liquid foam shot from an aerosol can is actually saving the lives of troops in Iraq. “When you spray on the Silly String, it drapes over the tripwires that are attached to bombs so they know where the bombs are,” says Kelli Hostettler.