June is National Safety Month and with many people grilling out, the grass dry and people having campfires and bon fires…NOW is the perfect time to check your fire extinguisher and see if it needs to be replaced (they do expire). [Of course it is good to have a fire extinguisher in your house any time of the year also!] All these items below either have free shipping or are Prime eligible.
– Easy-to-read gauge tells you fire extinguisher is charged and ready for use. Includes clear instruction label using graphics to show steps required to operate extinguisher. Easy-to-pull safety pin. Tough impact resistant metal valve, handle, and lever. 2.5 pounds of fire extinguishing agent (average). 6 year limited warranty. UL approved wall hook. Suitable for use on Class B (liquids and gases) and Class C (energized electrical equipment) fires. The Kitchen/Garage unit is fitted with a pressure gauge that provides at-a-glance status. It is manufactured from lightweight aluminum and a tough nylon valve assembly. Easy-to-pull safety pin, rust and impact resistant nylon handle.
– Max Professional Fire Gone is more effective than a traditional fire extinguisher on most common fires. Simple to use can and spray nozzle design makes fighting fires fast and easy. Bio-degradable and easy clean up.
– The First Alert AF400 Tundra Fire Extinguishing Spray helps prevent small fires from spreading. Ideal for household, boat, car, and dorm use, this fast-acting spray safely puts out grease, fabric, wood, and electrical fires. More effective than traditional fire extinguishers for snuffing out small fires, Tundra is also easier to use, store, and clean up.
– Ideal for the home, the innovative Shield Fire Protection Kitchen Guard Wet Chemical Fire Suppressant quickly and safely extinguishes cooking oil and grease fires. The first wet-chemical fire-suppressant spray for use in the home, Kitchen Guard works more gently and effectively than traditional extinguishers. The instant-action spray ensures that oil does not splash, immediately stifles the spread of flames, and prevents fires from reigniting.