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Quick! A fire just broke out in your home! What do you do?
If you said “reach for the fire extinguisher”… experts say you could be making a huge mistake.
Why? Because not all fires are the same… nor are fire extinguishers!
You may be surprised to learn that there are actually 5 different types of fire, and each one requires a different method to safely extinguish.
And if you use the wrong type of extinguisher, you could make the problem much worse.
For example, if you’re dealing with an electrical fire, but you use a foam-based fire extinguisher, you’ll actually spark massive flames that can quickly electrocute you — or even explode.
Or, if you’ve had a kitchen mishap and are dealing with a grease fire, and you use a water-based fire extinguisher, you’ll cause the flaming oil to splash and spread like napalm.
Or, if you use a CO2-based extinguisher in a small room — regardless of which fire you’re putting out — you could rapidly suck out all the oxygen and suffocate.
That means if you’re planning to put out a fire yourself, you need to know two things: First, which type of fire it is… and second, which type of extinguisher you have.
Of course, unless you have a PhD in fire extinguishers, it can be impossible to know which type you have… not to mention which type of fire you’re putting out!
And even if you do know which type of extinguisher and fire you’re dealing with, you still have to QUICKLY figure out where the extinguisher is… carry it to the fire… figure out how to pull out the pin… muster enough force to squeeze the handle… and accurately hit the base of the fire for minutes at a time without stopping.
Then, if it does work, you need to clean up the mess ASAP… because many extinguishers spray toxic materials!
For most people, this is simply asking for too much effort and expertise in a situation that threatens your life — and they wisely abandon their home at the first sign of fire.
However, fire safety experts say that doesn’t have to be the case. Thanks to a recent breakthrough in home fire safety, you can now protect yourself from ALL types of fires with a single, lightweight, easy-to-use device: the new StaySafe 5-in-1 Fire Extinguisher.
This new type of fire extinguisher uses an innovative new non-toxic firefighting fluid in a compact aerosol can. It’s been independently tested and verified to put out all 5 types of fires — Electrical, Cooking Oil, Textiles, Gas/Diesel, and Paper/Card — with just one extinguisher.
Even better, the device is compact and affordable enough to keep multiple extinguishers around the house, car, and garage — virtually guaranteeing you’ll always be ready for any type of fire emergency.
This combination of convenience, safety and affordability has made StaySafe an overnight success, with more than 250,000 people already equipping their homes with it.
StaySafe 5-in-1 is a compact aerosol fire extinguisher that eliminates up to five different types of fire emergencies in seconds.
Using it is incredibly simple. Simply grab the can, point at the fire, and spray. That’s it!
There’s no pin to pull out… no fire classifications to worry about… no heavy metal canister to lug around… no difficult lever to squeeze… just point and spray.
In a matter of seconds, the fire will be extinguished.
StaySafe accomplishes this amazing task using its innovative non-toxic firefighting fluid. The fluid is designed to eliminate at least one of the elements that cause fire:
The way it stops fires is different depending on the fire, but one thing is true for all fires: There’s no risk of making the fire worse, and there’s a very good chance you’ll knock the fire out without hassle.
As such, the new “best practice” in a fire emergency has become much simpler: Grab StaySafe and spray. If that doesn’t work, it’s unlikely anything else you have will, so it’s best to leave the area immediately.
At the very least, this simplicity and effectiveness make an already-stressful situation at least a little bit less difficult… and in many cases, it could save your home and family from tragedy.
StaySafe is about more than just convenience — it’s designed to be the only firefighting tool most homes, cars, schools and offices will ever need.
It’s being called “the future of fire extinguishers” because it makes a number of massive improvements to the classic metal canister fire extinguisher:
Since StaySafe tackles 5 types of fire, you don’t need to hesitate or worry about whether or not you’re using the right device.
It also works right out of the box — no training or special preparation required.
While this is indeed convenient, there’s actually more to it than that. In a real-life fire emergency, you’re likely to panic… which can cloud your judgment and make a regular fire extinguisher even more confusing and stressful to use.
But because StaySafe is so simple, you’ll actually have the confidence to use it on a fire — you won’t second-guess yourself or worry about making things worse.
StaySafe is about the size of an average water bottle and weighs even less. This has two huge benefits:
Together, this means StaySafe is more likely to be nearby when a fire breaks out — and much easier to bring to the fire. This makes it more likely that you’ll actually use it in case of an emergency… which can’t be said for old-school extinguishers.
StaySafe can eliminate small fires completely — in a matter of seconds.
This means you spend less time in danger while also reducing the amount of damage the fire causes. As a bonus, StaySafe’s non-toxic formula doesn’t use powder or foam, which means there’s much less cleanup.
Clearly, StaySafe is a huge improvement over the existing extinguishers out there… and it’s a big win for our collective peace of mind!
If you want to be prepared for ANY type of fire in your home, car, or office, then you have two choices:
You COULD study every type of fire extinguisher… and every type of fire… then arm your home with tons of different fire extinguishers in every room… while doing workouts to ensure you’ll be strong enough to activate the extinguisher (assuming you choose the right one and it’s close enough to grab in time).
Or, you can just get a few StaySafe 5-in-1 Fire Extinguishers, stash them around your home, and forget about it. If the worst happens, you’ll have a simple plan to follow: Spray with StaySafe, and if that doesn’t work, leave. You won’t have to worry if you’re doing the right thing. Such peace of mind in an extreme emergency can’t be overstated!
The bottom line: Even if you already have a classic fire extinguisher in your home, StaySafe can help you be better prepared for all types of fire emergencies — it’s a great replacement or addition.
And if you don’t have any sort of fire protection in your home, car, garage, or office as you read this… then you absolutely need to get yourself a few StaySafe extinguishers. They’re the most affordable and effective way to put your mind at ease when it comes to fire!
Good news! StaySafe recently received a glowing review from a popular influencer, and they’re celebrating with a secret “fire sale”:
When you order directly from StaySafe on this website, you’ll get a FREE StaySafe device when you buy 2… or 2 FREE StaySafe devices when you buy 3!
This is an especially great deal, because StaySafe works best when you have them stashed in multiple high-risk places. With this deal, you can easily (and cheaply!) protect your home, car, office, and even bring it with you on camping trips.
The only downside? All this attention has caused them to sell out regularly, so there’s a chance this deal won’t be available. If that happens, be sure to keep checking back — it will likely reopen soon!
Which fires is the StaySafe 5-in-1 fire extinguisher able to put out?
BSI (the regulatory body responsible for fire extinguishing products) have independently tested the StaySafe 5-in-1 and have confirmed its ability to extinguish the 5 most common types of fire - Electrical, Textiles, Paper/Card, Cooking Oil, Petrol/Diesel.
Can StaySafe 5-in-1 Extinguishers be reused?
As with all fire extinguishers, the advice is once used, it is always safer to have a full bottle for the next emergency. We would not recommend using the StaySafe 5-in-1 for a second time if some fluid has already been released from the bottle.
Is the StaySafe 5-in-1 safe to use on electrical fires?
Yes! The StaySafe 5-in-1 has been independently tested and is certified to be non-conductive and classed as Dielectric up to 1000V. It is completely safe to use on electrical equipment up to 1000V from a minimum distance of 1m.
Does the StaySafe 5-in-1 have an expiration date?
Every StaySafe 5-in-1 has a 3-year expiry date and should be replaced after expiration.
What testing and approvals has the StaySafe 5-in-1 fire extinguisher passed?
The StaySafe 5-in-1 fire extinguisher contains BS EN3 tested and approved fluid, FEA Part 1 and Part 2, conforms to BS 5597, contains UL Recognized Component EX28800. It has received BSI Testing to confirm it can extinguish 5 types of fire (Electrical, Textiles, Paper/Card, Cooking Oil, and Petrol/Diesel) and the fluid has been fully tested to BSI and EN3 Class A, Class B, Class F and Di electric.
What is the substance inside of the bottle made out of?
The firefighting fluid is classed as a wet chemical which is both non-toxic and non-hazardous.
StaySafe 5-in1 is described as eco-safe; what does that mean?
The StaySafe 5-in-1 fluid is safe for the environment and the extinguisher bottle and fluid are fully recyclable.
How much should I use to put out a fire?
You should continue to use StaySafe 5-in-1 until the fire is dead out. For maximum fire protection we recommend spraying the full contents of the bottle on the fire to ensure it is fully extinguished.
Isn’t this product too small to put out a fire?
All big fires start as a small fire. The StaySafe 5-in-1 extinguisher is designed to quickly snuff out a small fire before it has time to become a big fire. Any fire that the StaySafe can’t handle is likely one that you wouldn’t want to handle yourself; in any situation where you can’t use StaySafe, you should evacuate the area anyway, and a different fire extinguisher (assuming you have the correct one on hand) likely won’t provide any additional help.
Does this meet fire extinguisher regulations?
The fluid with the StaySafe 5-in-1 has been independently tested by BSI and confirmed to extinguish 5 types of fire safely and effectively.
Can this product stay in a hot car in summer?
StaySafe 5-in-1 can tolerate a max temperature of 120 degrees. This is because it is classified as a plastic aerosol. If placed in a vehicle out of direct sunlight, the temperature range will slowly increase and decrease during the day and night, but the StaySafe liquid and bottle should not be compromised. It does not contain any flammable gasses, is safe in hot environments out of the sun and will not explode.
Is there a money back guarantee and/or warranty?
Yes! We offer a 30-day “no-hassle” money back guarantee. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your product, we offer no hassle returns. Contact us for a refund or replacement of any defective bag or contents.
When can I expect my order?
FAST! We ship all orders within 24-48 hours of receiving them! On average our product is delivered within 3-5 business days in the United States. For orders in the UK and Canada, please allow 3-7 business days for your order to arrive.
Will I have to pay any additional customs, duties or VAT fees when I receive my order?
Depending on your country, it is possible that you will be charged one or more of these fees when you receive your order.
Please note that all international orders are charged in US dollars. International charges are based on the standard exchange rates between your currency and the US dollar at the time of purchase or refund.
Will you notify me by email when my order has shipped?
Yes, we will send an invoice by email when your order has been placed and another when your order has been shipped.
If you can not find our emails in your normal inbox, it is worth checking in your spam or junk mail folder.
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