Gel fuel is used with fire pots, personal fireplaces, and patio torches. These devices can create a warm, cozy environment. However, they should be considered an open flame and extreme caution is necessary when using or adding fuel.
Pouring gel fuel in a device that is not completely cool may result in a fire or injury. And if your clothes do catch fire, "Stop, drop and roll" may not extinguish a fire from splattered or spilled gel fuel.
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