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Half of all house fires start in the kitchen which is the best place to install fire blankets and domestic fire extinguishers; the first line of defence against a fire.
A fire blanket is the safest way to extinguish a cooking fire. Most modern blankets are made of woven glass; some are coated to ensure oils and fats can't penetrate.
Below details the recommended positioning for your fire safety essentials. Don't forget, fire extinguishers & blankets are the first line of defence.
Domestic fire extinguishers are not all used in the same way. Read and remember the specific instructions for your chosen fire extinguisher when you buy one, and install it in a prominent position in your home.
The government recommmend that you and your family know your escape plan thoroughly in the event of a fire at home. For peace of mind, consider keeping compact escape ladders in your upstairs bedrooms.
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