Make Sure Your Household Have At Least One Fire Blanket, IT CAN LITERALLY SAVE YOUR LIFE AND FAMILY.
👇You don't want this to happen to you 👇
A must have Fire Emergency tools that you won't regret getting! Highly Recommended by the Department of Fire and Emergency Services!
WHY FIRE BLANKETS?
Why do we need a Fire Emergency Blanket?
Mess-free: No training needed, even kids and elderly can use it FIRE PROTECTION: Wrap around your body as a heat shield Reusable: Can be cleaned or washed & reused Cost-wise: Cheaper than a fire extinguisher & no maintenance fees
You don't want this to happen to you
The first choice in fire safety
You can place your Fire Emergency Blanket around areas where fires are likely to start. This made it perfect for kitchens, grills, fireplaces, cars, camping sites, gas stations, restaurants, warehouses, and so on.
And because it is light and compact, you can easily grab it at moment's notice.
It is woven out of fiberglass and will protect you from serious burns. It allows you to move in a fire, ideal for when flames are blocking your exit or if you are trying to help others get out.
Likewise, you can also use it to smother down flames that have just started, or wrap it around a person whose clothes are on fire.
• Package includes: 1 Fire Emergency-Blanket • Material: Fiberglass cloth • Size: 40' x 40' / 1 m x1 m • Color: white
2010-2014, U.S. Fire departments responded to an average of 166,100 home structure fires that involved cooking equipment per year. These fires caused an average of 480 civilian fire deaths, 5,540 civilian fire injuries, and $1.1 billion in direct property damage.
Easy to hang in the laundry room near the kitchen and BBQ. I have 3 and they give me peace of mind. I used to keep spray extinguishers, but they are too easy to forget about and have to be replaced frequently. These blankets are compact and I think they are safer.
The blanket is very compact and easy to use. If you were in a serious situation where a fire has spread, this blanket wrapped around you would help prevent burns trying to exit. A small fire can easily be thrown on top to be extinguished. My daughter has a hard time using a fire extinguisher; I showed her how to use a blanket which was much easier for her. So would recommend for small kids. This also very easier to store in any room, such as a small drawer instead of a can spray. Thanks!
It's the exact some fire blanket our local fire department showed us at a demonstration, so I was impressed with that. I pray we never have to use it! Received an email from the company, making sure I was happy with my purchase. That was impressive, not many companies that the time to do that. I most assuredly recommend buying from this shop!
This blanket comes in a hanging "packet" that hangs with the velcro closed end on the bottom. There are two web straps that hang out of the packet bottom and is attached to the enclosed folded blanket. By pulling these straps, it yanks the blanket out of the packet so you can have quick access. I put a large key ring through the hanging eyelet, large enough so that I can hang it over one of the cabinet knobs near the stove when we are cooking. I also put a small hook on the inside of one of the cabinet doors where I can hang it out of sight when not needed. I am hoping that I NEVER have the need for this product.
Looks and feels like a quality product. The fiberglass material is like a fire-resistant cloth called Refrasil that we use at work to cover flammables from welding and burning sparks. I have not put this blanket to use and hope to never need it, but I feel very comfortable having it nearby. The stitches on the 2 pull tabs could be a little more reinforced but they worked when I gave them a pull, opening the velcro flap and pulling the folded blanket out of the pouch. The red nylon pouch has what looks like a water-resistant inner surface, so I expect this will be okay to hang outdoors. I will be ordering a larger size to hang near my fire pit. Also, some others commented that glass fibers came loose from the blanket when opened, but I did not notice any, nor was I irritated by handling it. We use this material all the time at work, and it holds up well after repeated uses in an industrial setting, so I think its a great deal for an emergency blanket.
Had a kitchen fire. This blanket saved the day. Purchased two more.
Suggest this blanket be in everyone's kitchen