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First Alert Kitchen Fire Blanket (1m x 1m, FB100DUK)
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- Ideal for chip pan, waste bin and clothing fires
- Blanket size 100 cm x 100 cm
- Easy to install and use in an emergency
- Maintenance free
- Wipe-clean plastic holder.
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It has been reported that 40% of home fires start in the kitchen. The First Alert kitchen fire blanket is a great way to keep safe when cooking, helping contain and put out household fires like those started in chip pans and waste bins. The First Alert Fire Blanket consists of 200 gm/m2 glass fibre with 35 gm/m2 coating of silicon rubber to give good drapability. It is fitted with flame proof handles attached by Kevlar thread for extra strength. This should make it simple to drape over a fire and starve it of oxygen, causing it to go out without setting the blanket alight.
It is the perfect safety item to keep close at hand in the kitchen, garage or next to the barbecue. Easy to install and maintain, with its wipe-clean plastic cover, it can become an important part of your kitchen or garage equipment.
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The fire was caused by placing a fat-laden baking tray on my ceramic hob - I didn't realise that one of the hob rings was still on, and it very rapidly led to the tray being engulfed in smoke and flames. Now, this was the first time I have ever used a fire blanket (and hopefully it will be the only time). I am thankful that it came in an easy-access holder, and am also thankful for the clear instructions on the front, which include a clear line drawing that show how to hold the blanket safely. After applying the blanket, the fire was extinguished within seconds. It saved us from a massive kitchen fire, or worse.
So, here I am, buying a replacement.
If you don't have a fire blanket already, don't even stop to think about it, just hit the buy button RIGHT NOW.
When I returned and saw the amount of damage involved, and having caravanned for many years I have purchased the Fire Blanket which I keep on the wall adjacent to the door to the kitchen so that I snuff a fire before it gets too great a hold.
A few years ago I had just lost my sister and she left behind a few amazing kitchen appliances. One was a mini-cooker (electric) that sat on a stovetop. It was new and from a very upmarket retailer, and was a good brand. I was simply testing it but after a short pre-heat, I have no idea what happened but suddenly there were flames around 3' high leaping from the back of the appliance.
The stove was on the top of the halogen cooker--luckily--with the flames already lapping the built-in extractor.
My home is extremely remote and rural, and in the time it would have taken the fire service to reach my home, at least 40 minutes, it would have burned to the ground. It also was uninsured after a previous disaster (flood!) that rendered it uninsurable, as a specialist property with a lot of unusual features and risk factors.
I had literally less than a second to make the decision: get out of the house, call the fire service, or try and address the blaze? It's no small feat to extinguish an electrical fire that is already attacking cupboards and lapping up the walls.
I remembered: the fire blanket was at hand, luckily less than 2' away from the burning appliance. Removing it from the casing was the easiest thing ever, it has a pull-cord and came free in a second. The hard part was to be able to jettison the blanket in a precise fashion to cover the whole topside of the flame-engulfed oven, given that the flames were around 2' higher than the appliance and there wasn't much space to throw it. I was sure I'd get badly burned but I had to just crack on with it.
Luckily, the throw was precise. The whole oven was encased in blanket and it fitted down to the top of the hob.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I needed it recently when we had a bbq fire, and it did his work perfectly. Just bought a new one, still hope that I won't need it anymore.Published 11 months ago by Sylvie Ossieur
Product fine but first one delivered looked like it had been kicked around the warehousePublished 16 months ago by Nicola Burton
Obviously I have thankfully not had to use this product yet so hard to rate.....looks like its picture so hopefully will do the job if required.Published on 6 July 2013 by Helen Jacoby