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[Home Depot] First Alert EZ Fire Spray - $14.88 (Warm)

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Mar 16, 2008
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[Home Depot] First Alert EZ Fire Spray - $14.88 (Warm)

These are really handy to have around a kitchen and are less of an eye sore than your regular extinguisher. I bought one on sale from Lowe’s at the same price, so calling this warm but still a great price. I’ve never had to use this (fortunately?) but if you check out the U.S. Amazon reviews, the product is really good and the proof is in the stories/pictures.

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/first- ... 1001389522
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Jul 6, 2010
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Costco has a 2-pack for $19.99 in store, IIRC.
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Dec 14, 2010
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Long time lurker but in the name of safety (and FWIW), I have this and had to use it in an emergency situation, I can verify that this is no gimmick and it does work for small fires.
A small squirt of this (~5 second spray) was able to put out a pot on fire on my stove. I now own 4 or 5 of these around my house.
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Jun 20, 2020
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Market wrote: Long time lurker but in the name of safety (and FWIW), I have this and had to use it in an emergency situation, I can verify that this is no gimmick and it does work for small fires.
A small squirt of this (~5 second spray) was able to put out a pot on fire on my stove. I now own 4 or 5 of these around my house.
How long before they have to be replaced?
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May 8, 2016
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umopapisdnwei wrote: Costco has a 2-pack for $19.99 in store, IIRC.
Costco had it on sale for $14.99 a few weeks ago. Don’t remember the exact date.
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Jan 24, 2015
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soupmaster666 wrote: I believe three years from date of manufacture. Partially because they have no pressure gauge so you cannot validate they're still good.
can you safely throw it in the garbage bin after 3 years?
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Mar 18, 2015
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Are these ok for grease fires in the kitchen? I remember reading a consumer reports article where they mentioned sprays like these might make such fires worse.
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Crichtonfan wrote: Are these ok for grease fires in the kitchen? I remember reading a consumer reports article where they mentioned sprays like these might make such fires worse.
Yes, this extinguishes grease, paper, fabric, wood and electrical fires and ideal for the kitchen, garage, on boats, or in RVs

https://www.firstalert.ca/product/ez-fire-spray/
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Sep 6, 2002
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I bought these about a year ago and they’re expire in 2025

Never had to use it but feel a lot better having two of them in the condo. One in kitchen and one near the bbq.

Cheaper and less work then a fire extinguisher. they’re usually at Costco west for $20 but I grabbed a couple a few weeks ago for $15.

Good gift
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GangStarr wrote: I bought these about a year ago and they’re expire in 2025
I bought mine probably right before pre-covid outbreak and they expire in Nov 2024.
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Someone is trying to flip one of these (likely from the costco deal) on VarageSale here for $15 Face With Tears Of Joy

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