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Fire Blanket just £5.99 at Lidl

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Edited By: xfield on Jan 18, 2011 08:34
#2
"The fire's out on this one" as HD would say... Sorry!

Well worth having, so gets a + vote as far as I'm concerned.
#3
Smokin'
#4
went into lidl in beckton to see if they had any - no chance....what a [email protected] scruffy shop...right mess in there
#5
Out of interest, if you use a fire blanket in rented (student) accommodation, are you expected to pay to replace it (wok fire), or should the estate agent/landlord do that?
#6
darkspark88
Out of interest, if you use a fire blanket in rented (student) accommodation, are you expected to pay to replace it (wok fire), or should the estate agent/landlord do that?


Make a polite request to the landlord. Common sense would dictate the landlord would rather replace the fire blanket than the property burn down for want of a replacement. If the landlord refuses, get it in writing and any future liability for fire / smoke damage from a simple kitchen accident would be easily proven.
#7
bargain1979
went into lidl in beckton to see if they had any - no chance....what a [email protected] scruffy shop...right mess in there


STARTS: 24/01/2011
Available from Monday 24th Jan.

I'm taking it those bits missed you.
#8
wirdy
darkspark88
Out of interest, if you use a fire blanket in rented (student) accommodation, are you expected to pay to replace it (wok fire), or should the estate agent/landlord do that?


Make a polite request to the landlord. Common sense would dictate the landlord would rather replace the fire blanket than the property burn down for want of a replacement. If the landlord refuses, get it in writing and any future liability for fire / smoke damage from a simple kitchen accident would be easily proven.


Thanks. Replaced for free. :)

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