First Alert EZ Fire Spray Extinguishing Aerosol Spray, Stops Fires Fast, (Must Have For Chanukah) For Just $6.23 From Amazon!

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First Alert EZ Fire Spray Extinguishing Aerosol Spray (Great For Chanukah) For Just $6.23 From Amazon!

Keep near your Menorah this Chanukah.

This was selling for $12.57 yesterday and is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • The First Alert EZ Fire Spray Portable Fire Extinguisher discharges 4 times longer than a traditional fire extinguisher, providing 32 seconds of firefighting time
  • Light aerosol can is easy to hold, carry, and use; ideal for kitchen, garage, boat, RV, dorm, and more
  • Extinguishes paper, fabric, wood, grease, and electrical fires
  • Formula is biodegradable and nontoxic and wipes clean
  • 3-year limited warranty; ETL rated
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This cannot be shipped to a NY address?




Want ship to zip 10977 however I put in 08701 and will ship.


Will putting in the correct address minus the zip code work?

David R

Will not ship to multiple addresses I tried in state of NY.


Will that work?


Will ship to NJ but not NY. Anyone know why?


Yes. Believe it or not they are illegal in NY and I think California. Something to do with fire extinguishers having to have a safety device (pin to pull before using). Good item to pick up if traveling out of state or ship to friend/relative.

David R

A few years ago when the plastic-disguised-as-glass menorah cups decided to combust, I guess I should have refrained from sprinkling baking soda on the conflagration because the box of baking soda didn’t have a pressure gauge. Seems legit.


If someone uses up this spray bottle but leaves it standing around, how will you know you aren’t protected? When there is a real fire and you try to use it is a real bad time to first learn that it’s empty.

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