Aluminum has a melting point of 660°C, and this is possible by having a melting furnace. For DIY builders, aluminum can be recycled, melted, and then turned into different things such as decorative objects, wires, and even bullets.
If you have some unused aluminum cans or ingots lying around your home, you should consider recycling them instead of throwing them away. If you are planning on melting aluminum, you should consider digging a small hole in the ground and using it as a furnace.
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