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August 25, 2014
Smother Flames Properly

To properly smother a fire, cover your grill and close all vents to limit oxygen, which fuels the fire. Once covered, allow coals to burn out completely for at least an hour or until there are no visible lit embers. Let the ashes cool for 24 hours before you dispose of them.

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August 18, 2014
Check Your Appliance

When using propane grills, inspect grill hoses to ensure they are fully intact and don't contain holes or leaks. If you detect a leak, shut off the gas and turn the grill off. If you are unable to control the leak, contact your local fire department.

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August 11, 2014
Get a Fresh Start

Keep your grill clean and neat by removing lingering food and grill residue from previous barbeques. Look for cleaning products and tools designed specifically for barbeque grills. Always make sure your grill has cooled completely before you initiate cleaning or moving it.

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August 04, 2014
Outside Grilling Only

Never grill indoors or in enclosed garage space. Indoor grilling poses many dangerous risks including triggering fires and the creation of harmful gas byproducts of grilling. Without proper ventilation, dangerous fumes can accumulate causing unsafe breathing conditions for you and your family.

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