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Select Home Depot Stores: Kidde 5-B:C Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher

$12.90
$30.25
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Select Home Depo Stores has Kidde 5-B:C Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher w/ Mount Bracket/Strap (21028347) on sale for $12.88 (price reflected once added to cart, may need to select a store for price to update). Select free store pickup only where stock is available.

Thanks to Community Member tiger14 for sharing this deal.
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About this Item:
  • Easy to read Pressure Gauge
  • UL rated 5 B:C for liquid or gases (Class B fire) or energized electrical fires (Class C)
  • 6 ft. discharge range; 8 - 12 second discharge time
  • Supplied with mounting bracket
  • Disposable fire extinguishers - one-time use or after 12 years of storage

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    • Rated 4.7 out of 5 stars from customer reviews.
    • At the time of this posting, our research indicates that this is $9.32 lower than the next best available prices starting from $22.20. -SaltyOne
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Fire extinguisher on sale at home depot. Reg 21.97

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kidde.../303196149

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/Kidde.../312602847
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Created 10-01-2023 at 10:03 PM by tiger14
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General rule for homeowners. If it has pressure on the gauge. It should work.
Not *in* two car fires but driving by and assisted. Five pounder was used in engine bay that was already open - I'm not sure what they did but maybe trying to jumpstart - was a bad snowy day. There was actually a third fire in American Legion parking lot. I was on bicycle, ran inside and grabbed their 10lb outside kitchen doors - popped the hood and sprayed thru gap between hood and body, a little thru the grille but radiator mostly blocked it. Too hot to release the catch to open but it did the job. Every commercial building has extinguishers so if at all close, run in and steal theirs.
A bit small to deal with any significant fuel fire but the chems are the same. I keep a 10 and a 5lb in each vehicle. Have used one of each over the years. Anything is better than nothing.
Joined Oct 2012