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ANAF 1kg Powder Fire Extinguisher £8.99 @ Lidl
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ANAF 1kg Powder Fire Extinguisher £8.99 @ Lidl

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Posted 10th Jan 2019

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ANAF 1kg Powder Fire Extinguisher, every car should have one.
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Carloz17 m ago

White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck …White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck cleaning that


Surely cleaning up white powder would be less effort than buying a new property due to fire damage.
pinkmonkey42 m ago

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


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ANAF - Ah! Not Another Fire
Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?
pinkmonkey10/01/2019 12:56

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck cleaning that
Carloz17 m ago

White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck …White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck cleaning that


Surely cleaning up white powder would be less effort than buying a new property due to fire damage.
pinkmonkey42 m ago

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


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Definitely get one of these if you've just bought an Alpine A110.
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And some people claim French cars are now reliable.
Edited by: "Zuulan" 10th Jan 2019
pinkmonkey10/01/2019 12:56

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


No expert, but I have a large fire blanket instead
pinkmonkey1 h, 25 m ago

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?



The fire extinguisher and a fire blanket would be advisable for the kitchen.
pinkmonkey10/01/2019 12:56

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


Yes as you can use on almost all fires in the kitchen except oil when you would use a fire blanket anyway (unless you are at a petrol station or airport - where you should just run!)
snoopy1810/01/2019 13:59

No expert, but I have a large fire blanket instead


The blanket is a good idea, but I'd recommend you have a powder extinguisher too.
A blanket is only suitable if you can safely smother the entire fire, so wouldn't be of use if a fire started behind a fridge, for example.

I'd also recommend learning how to use these items before you are in such circumstances.
Carloz5 h, 27 m ago

White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck …White powder would be all over place if your ever us it. Good luck cleaning that


What would you recommend as an alternative?
pinkmonkey5 h, 44 m ago

Are these suitable to have in the kitchen just in case?


The simple answer is yes, however I second the response from M-M.
cannotthinkofone10/01/2019 18:34

The blanket is a good idea, but I'd recommend you have a powder …The blanket is a good idea, but I'd recommend you have a powder extinguisher too.A blanket is only suitable if you can safely smother the entire fire, so wouldn't be of use if a fire started behind a fridge, for example.I'd also recommend learning how to use these items before you are in such circumstances.


Luckily I’ve been on courses as work
it’s my guess that this would be deal would be ok for a car and it’s too small for a house
Seem to remember there was a new type of extinguisher for the home that cost about £60 on eBay and it was worth having
Would want at least a 2 kg Powder for car fire (from personal experience 3 x 600ml car ones were no good), but remember the idea is to just get out and be safe.
snoopy182 h, 47 m ago

Luckily I’ve been on courses as work it’s my guess that this would be deal …Luckily I’ve been on courses as work it’s my guess that this would be deal would be ok for a car and it’s too small for a house


A bigger extinguisher would obviously be better, as it's surprising how quickly they empty.

In any incident, any fire bigger than a waste paper basket can easily develop beyond your capabilities, so play safe and get the professionals.

These extinguishers are better than nothing at all, when used correctly, but always put safety first.
Check it has handles before leaving the shop
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