In this tutorial, we learn how to fireproof a balloon. Usually, if you bring fire to a balloon it will pop, but there's a way to avoid this! First, get your balloon and place it around the nozzle of your sink. Then, fill it up with water until you have a decent amount of water. Now, blow some air into the balloon and tie at the end. From here, put your balloon to the test! Place a lighter underneath the balloon to see how it reacts. It should not pop like it did before. The water will absorb all the heat so that the rubber will not pop. But, if you bring it up to the area with the air, it will burst!
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