Melted Bliss: Bonfire Sea Glass

Melted Bliss: Bonfire Sea Glass

Bonfire Sea Glass, Sea Glass Blog
WHERE DOES BONFIRE SEA GLASS COME FROM? Most bonfire sea glass comes from three main sources: beach bonfires, building fires, and controlled land-fill fires. When sea glass or glass burns at high temperatures--usually around 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit--it melts and blends or fuses with other glass and other materials nearby such as metal and inorganic materials. It also fuses with sand and rocks. FUSED IN HEAT AND TUMBLED BY THE SEA: THE JOURNEY OF BONFIRE SEA GLASS After the glass or sea glass has melted or fused together, it begins or continues its journey along the shore into the water where it tumbles and moves around pushed and polished by the movement of the tides against the sand and rocks until one day it makes its way back onto the shore for some lucky person…
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