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Fire Extinguishers

Post by Polly on Thu 1 Feb 2018 - 15:33

Hia

Right I've just sort out in my Gladys.
Sorted out my first aid kit.
Now I have a fire blanket near the habitat door. Do I need a fire extinguisher as well?
If so what type, how big
But remember I'm getting older so by the time I work out how to use it as I would have forgot. It problem be quicker to vacant my beloved motorhome

Do I need a fire extinguisher seeing I have a fire blanket
Do they have a use by date on them?

Thank you
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Re: Fire Extinguishers

Post by SandJ on Thu 1 Feb 2018 - 19:39

We've always had one Polly just missed one on offer in Lidl or Aldi but got a new one from B&M £9.99. Yes they have dates/year on we only buy a small one. We will check date on old one but keep it as back up in secondary place.
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Re: Fire Extinguishers

Post by daveandsan on Fri 2 Feb 2018 - 0:05

Polly, I would have both types, don’t forget a blanket is only for a pan fire. I think our fire extinguisher is powder and it’s the next size up from the small one. We keep it by the door so you can grab it on your way out.

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Post by debbie on Sat 3 Feb 2018 - 9:53

Polly, the advice from the fire brigade in the event of a fire is, get out, and the reason for having a fire extinguisher, is to help you to make a safe exit from the vehicle. A burnt out vehicle is bad news, but injury, or worse, from a fire is devastating. Stay safe.
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Re: Fire Extinguishers

Post by Polly on Thu 12 Apr 2018 - 10:51

Hia

I have a a B&M fire extinguisher
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