How To Extinguish Different Kinds Of Fire
Is water the first thing you use to put out a fire? If so, then you are making a huge mistake.
What is the first thing you do when a fire starts? You probably use water to put out. In this article, we’ll talk about the proper ways of putting out different kinds of fire. We’ll also talk about alternative ways of putting out in case you don’t have access to water.
One of the most common accidents that can happen inside the home and also one of the deadliest. They can quickly go out of control especially if there is too much oil and grease near it. Pouring water over may or may not work, so you need to know of other alternative ways of putting it out.
Say, for example, it started in your microwave. You can’t possibly throw water over it as it would damage the microwave and risk yourself getting electrocuted. The first thing you want to do here is to turn off the microwave and make sure it is completely solved.
Don’t put it out using water but try smothering it with something like the lid of a pot.
What about grease fire? What should you do to put it out? Putting out grease fires can be tricky. You can always try to clamp it with a non-flammable object but if you want a safer and quicker method, try using salt or baking soda instead.
Electrical fires are different, and they are not something that you try to put out by your lonesome. As soon as an electrical fire starts, call the fire department immediately and get out of your home as fast as you can.
Campfires are on the leading causes of forest fire.
They are also more responsible for the majority of forest fires. When making a campfire, it’s important to keep it under control. Avoid making it bigger. When it’s time for you to leave, don’t put it out immediately. You need to let it die down first before putting it out altogether.