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Soak several paper bills of different denominations with a solution of natural alum. After chemical treatment, such money will not burn.

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Have someone mark any of these credit cards with a pencil. Then give him a clean envelope and matches. Let him personally put the money in an envelope, seal it up and burn it himself. The envelope should burn to the end. If the envelope is sealed tightly, then it will burn, but will not crumble and, having swelled a little, will be somewhat reminiscent of a pillow. You need to handle the burnt envelope very carefully so that it does not crumble ahead of time. It remains only to cover the envelope with your palm and get the money from the scattered ashes. They will be safe and sound.

Author: V.Postolaty

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