it vacuums out pretty easily, and what little residue is left washes out very
easily. i used one in the engine compartment of my car and one in the oven
when my wife made flamed turkey for thanksgiving <grin>
someone laughed at me for having a fire extinguisher in my car. its not a
and i hope no one else on the list ever has call to use one.
im sloane <email@example.com> wrote:
I do appreciate the 'heads up' on what a mess I may have to clean up if I ever
have to use the cheep extinguisher, but I think that the 'FIRE' may be worse
for the car than anything, so I'll stick with this one and pray I never have
to use it, at least not on 'my' car. I can see myself thinking as I drive by,
'damn, I'd love to stop and help that guy, but this thing cost $150."
Sloane :)69-Six>I suppose the question is, how much do I want to spend to NOT
have to later >clean up a dry chemical mess that's been sprayed onto a hot
engine?> I've heard it doesn't just wash off...> > Dave>
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