If you’re properly prepared, then there’s no reason why wet conditions should prevent you from your display running smoothly. Equally, if you take preventative action, you don’t need to worry about your fireworks being damaged by rain or damp either.
To help explain how you can simply and cheaply waterproof your fireworks, we’ve put together a short video showing how cling film can be used to protect your fireworks. This is summarised further in the step-by-step guide below. We’ve also answered some commonly asked questions related to fireworks and wet conditions.
Please note that the technique explained here is primarily for use with firework cakes. The method won’t work for certain fireworks such as small missile barrages.
In the video above, Nigel explains how you can follow this simple process to ensure that your fireworks are properly waterproofed:
For this method, you will need the following items:
The task is also made easier if you have an assistant:
Your fireworks are now sealed and will be protected from the rain. They will also be protected from any damage that could otherwise have been caused by damp during storage.