Egg-based Gelled Flame Fuels by the Jolly Roger

The white of any bird egg can be used to gel gasoline for use as a

flame fuel which will adhere to target surfaces.


Materials Required



Parts by

Volume Ingredient How used Common Source

-------- ---------- -------- -------------


85 Gasoline Motor Fuel Gas Stations

Stove Fuel Motor Vehicle



14 Egg Whites Food Food Store

Industrial Farms



Any one of the following:


1 Table Salt Food Sea Water

Industrial Natural Brine

Processes Food Store


3 Ground Coffee Food Coffee Plant

Food Store


3 Dried Tea Leaves Food Tea Plant

Food Store


3 Cocoa Food Cacao Tree

Food Store


2 Sugar Sweetening Sugar Cane

foods Food Store


1 Saltpeter Pyrotechnics Natural

(Potassium Explosives Deposits

Nitrate) Matches Drug Store



1 Epsom Salts Medicine Natural

Mineral Water Kisserite

Industrial Drug Store

Processes Food Store


2 Washing Soda Washing Cleaner Food Store

(Sal Soda) Medicine Drug Store

Photography Photo Supply



1 1/2 Baking Soda Baking Food Store

Manufacturing Drug Store

of: Beverages


Mineral Waters


1 1/2 Aspirin Medicine Drug Store

Food Store





CAUTION: Make sure that ther are no open flames in the area when mixing

flame fuels! NO SMOKING!!


1) Seperate the egg white from the yolk. This can be done by breaking the

egg into a dish and carefully removing the yolk with a spoon.

2) Pour egg white into a jar, bottle, or other container, and add gasoline.

3) Add the salt (or other additive) to the mixture and stir occasionally

until gel forms (about 5 to 10 minutes).


NOTE: A thicker gelled flame fuel can be obtained by putting the capped jar

in hot (65 degrees Centegrade) water for about 1/2 hour and then letting

them cool to room temperature. (DO NOT HEAT THE GELLED FUEL CONTAINING



Courtesy of CBIV, '94. -= Exodus =-