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Baking soda ??????

a extinguisher refill tech told me that baking soda can burn when applied to grease fires and i guess this is the reason he reccommended an abc unit??? like to hear your ideas thank you any help is appreciated thanx

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Bakin’ soda = maybe ok

Bakin powder = explosion

Tech = maybe ignorant in the kitchen 

ABC + Grease Fire = Good

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