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#1 posted 05-13-2010 06:07 AM

Not an expert, but I would assume that a standard ABC extinguisher would do everything you would need it to – wood/paper, electrical and solvent. My personal preference would be CO2 as dry chemical extinguishers make quite a mess and can damage electronics if not cleaned properly (I would think motors would fall in this category). However, for the consumer market, I’m not sure there are too many options other than dry chemical extinguishers. Better to have to clean all of your equipment thoroughly than have to rebuild your shop/house though.


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