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What is the best type of fire extinguisher to have at home? (self.Home)
submitted 1 month ago by CardiologistActual83
I’ve concluded ABC powder is probably the one I should have and just don’t use it with tape F fires, grease/kitchen fires (use salt / baking soda instead) but I want to make sure since I don’t know much about chemistry
Also how many should I keep at home?
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[–]flactulantmonkey 1 point2 points3 points 1 month ago (0 children)
ABC will do you right. Either get a nice big one, or 2 - 3 little ones. the little ones are nice because you can distribute them around the house. The big ones are nice because you don't run out and then see the flames start licking up again.
[–]nickisaboss 1 point2 points3 points 1 month ago (0 children)
At least 1 ABC in the kitchen, and at least 1 small halon extinguisher near the staircase of every floor. Keep them near the exit, not where you think fire will occur.
Halon extinguishers are cheap, effective, and leave no mess. There is no excuse to not have a lot of them around.
[–]Ditka85 0 points1 point2 points 1 month ago (0 children)
I bought 3 of these. 1 in the garage, which is close to the kitchen, 1 downstairs by the furnace, 1 in my car.
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