First Alert Heavy Duty Fire Extinguisher

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Let’s talk fire safety, shall we? WE SHALL!

Years ago, when we bought our first house, my FIL gifted us with a fire extinguisher for the kitchen.  I had never owned a fire extinguisher before and I found that it put me at ease knowing I had a way to fight a a fire if needed.  We put it in an easy to reach place and never had to use it, but we knew it was there, ready at a moment’s notice.

For me, it seems like a normal thing to have, kinda like a fire alarm system or a carbon monoxide alarm.

I know many folks don’t have a fire extinguisher in their homes, but I’d like to change that (Totally not trying to sell you anything here, even though I am including an affiliate link.  I don’t care where you get yours, just go get one!), so here’s a review on the very fire extinguisher we have and the one we gifted Boy and Girl.  Gotta keep the safety gene of my FIL alive!

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Teeniest pic ever, but there she is:

First Alert Heavy Duty Fire Extinguisher


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Product Description:

Ideal for use in home offices, small businesses, and light industrial manufacturing applications. -UL Rated 3-A:40-B:C. -Rechargeable: after use, unit can be refilled, charged and returned to duty. -Large, Easy-To-Read Pressure Gauge. -Mounting Bracket. -5-Year Limited Warranty. -Steel Handle & Head: for added durability. -Great for use in all rooms, also can be used for truck and other transportation needs. -Exceeds NFPA 10 minimum code requirements.

The instructions are easy:

P: PULL pin to unlock the operating lever.

A: AIM fire extinguisher at the base of fire.

S: SQUEEZE and hold the trigger to discharge powder or agent.

S: SWEEP form side to side at the base of fire.

Up until we bought this one, we had the smaller version, but I like the idea of more power.  You know, just in case.

If you are one of those who doesn’t have a fire extinguisher in your home, please consider remedying that.



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  1. As Someone that’s sets their stove on fire at least once a month maybe I need to invest in this!

  2. That reminds me… I need to check the expiration date on the one in the kitchen… its been there for AGES… so I’m not sure if it needs to be replaced or not. Thanks for the reminder.

  3. Good advice…I need to check the expiration date on mine.

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