Our state and your family's safety are #1 to Wild Wolf Fireworks. Click the link below to go to Unified Fire Dept. website to see fireworks bans, restrictions and interactive map.
Alcohol and fireworks do not mix.
Read the instructions on all fireworks and never experiment with homemade fireworks
Keep pets indoors when doing fireworks (some react poorly to the noise)
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*Always read and follow directions on label
*Make sure an adult is present
*Use fireworks only outside
*Keep water handy-either in a bucket or a water hose
*Only light one firework at a time
*Never relight a "dud" firework (wait 15-20 minutes after trying to light it) then soak it in water
* Small children should never have access to fireworks
*If you aren't using the fireworks right away, it is best to store them in a cool, dry place
*When the fun is over, dispose of fireworks properly, by soaking them in water. Dispose of the fireworks in a trashcan 24 hours after lighting.
*Never throw or point fireworks at other people
*Never carry fireworks in your pocket
*Never carry fireworks in glass or metal containers.
*The person lighting the fireworks should always wear eye protection and SHould never lean over fireworks
*Stay away from illegal explosives