Kitchen Fires

If grease catches fire, put a large pot lid over it at once to cut off the oxygen supply; or pour baking soda on the flames, and they'll disappear.

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Keep a small spray fire extinguisher within easy reach in your kitchen. Read the directions for use every now and then so that you won't have to stop to read them if you need it quickly.

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