Since fusing requires close control of temperature, I have a lot
more success fusing at night, outdoors. That way I can see the
silver changing color and watch for the “flash”. Daylight, even
indirect, washes out the color.
Daylight wouldn’t be a problem if I were to work in a dark room, but
after reading the warnings about carbon monoxide, there’s no way I
am going to use the torch indoors.
Why doesn’t a gas range present a carbon monoxide hazard?