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Old 10-03-2018, 11:18 PM   #111
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A good extinguisher that takes time to get to is of very little use in an emergency.
When placing extinguishers, put them so you can get to them on your way OUT the door, not behind a potential source of fire such as the stove or hidden in a cabinet. As for how many of what size are appropriate, it's rather like money in the bank, it's hard to have too much.
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