These Fire Blankets are incredible. They are perfect to have in your kitchen incase of a stove or grill fire, especially a grease fire which can instantly burn down your house if you throw water on it.
Fire blankets are fiberglass blankets that quickly extinguish flames within seconds. And all you do is pull the blanket out, and put it over the fire and the oxygen gets smothered asap.
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- Extinguish small fires quickly and easily with no mess (unlike common fire extinguishers). Simply deploy the blanket by pulling down the tabs.
- Peace of mind for when fire happens from the brand you trust. Keep the Fire Blanket in the kitchen, backyard, vehicle or take it camping. It has a hole slot so it can also be easily hung on walls.
- Effective on liquid or grease fires. It Works in different types of fire as well. They can also be used as a thermal or heat shield . A must have in your kitchen, backyard and vehicle survival kit for protection.
- Made from 100% quality flame retardant material. They conform to CE safety standards (EN 1896:1997). Composed of two layers of woven fiberglass fabric and an inner layer of fire retardant film. They can isolate high temperatures up to 1076°F (580℃).
- Unlike traditional extinguishers, the fire blanket never expires. That means unlike traditional fire extinguishers, it doesn’t need to be replaced.
The ONLY warning…
As noted, these blankets are made of fiberGLASS… In an emergency, they work great, but if you want to pull the blanket free to unfold it and check it out… I would suggest you DON’T! You will get small shards in your skin that’s very hard to remove (some people use duct tape and repeated washings) and it will also get all over your clothing and surrounding areas…
In other words, don’t use it unless you really MUST. And even then, it’s best to wear gloves or a towel or oven mitts. But it will save your home. And it’s the easiest and simplest device on the market, and can be used by anyone.
It’s worth having in your kitchen, because you never know when disaster strikes.