Download NFPA's free safety tip sheet on gel fuels

Blog Post created by mikehazell Employee on Aug 2, 2011

Gel fuel safey informationGel 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.

Download a free copy of our new safety tip sheet and learn how to stay safe around gel fuel.