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Old 07-24-2013, 08:36 AM   #1
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Watch out...sprayable sunscreen can be flammable!

Near open flames depending on the content. Just in case you're not crunchy enough to be using essential tree hugging products. So yes, don't be spraying your child with this near the BBQ grill. It's going to ruin the taste of the steak and chicken kabobs.

http://www.nydailynews.com/life-styl...icle-1.1406637

I'm so going to buy a case as today's hair spray don't do much as flame throwers.

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Old 07-24-2013, 08:40 AM   #2
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Yeah we don't do spray able anyways because they say it doesn't give the best coverage. And that just seals the desk for me

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Re: Watch out...sprayable sunscreen can be flammable!

I think nearly anything sprayable is flamable if you spray it near an open flame. I HOPE nobody would be standing next to a campfire and spraying their child or themselves with an aerosol of any type.

In high school we used to spray binaca and then light it on fire with a lighter. Because we were dumb like that.
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Re: Watch out...sprayable sunscreen can be flammable!

Nu uh...if only I've tried number of hairsprays recently to fry a bug and they aren't the good ol' 90's Rave hairsprays that were flammable. Those were fun. They're changing the content...much like how they changed the content of those compressed air so people don't do dumb things with them (like get high).
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I think nearly anything sprayable is flamable if you spray it near an open flame. I HOPE nobody would be standing next to a campfire and spraying their child or themselves with an aerosol of any type.

In high school we used to spray binaca and then light it on fire with a lighter. Because we were dumb like that.
exactly, common sense! aerosol cans usually = keep away from flame.
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exactly, common sense! aerosol cans usually = keep away from flame.
But it's like the CAUTION HOT warnings on McD's coffee cups. Warnings are printed, published and posted not to save people but so companies can't be blamed for one's stupidity.
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Re: Watch out...sprayable sunscreen can be flammable!

I have a pack n Play crib that has a huge label on all four sides that say "Keep away from open flame"

Seriously? So...don't put the pack n play right next to the campfire?
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exactly, common sense! aerosol cans usually = keep away from flame.
I read the title and my first thought was "DUH!"
But even lawn mowers have warning labels telling you not to use over gravel and snow blowers warn you not to use on the roof.
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But it's like the CAUTION HOT warnings on McD's coffee cups. Warnings are printed, published and posted not to save people but so companies can't be blamed for one's stupidity.
If there is a warning on something, then yes, it is the user's stupidity if they choose to ignore it. Companies covering their own butts, awesome, great, good for them. It is the ignorance that is to blame when people choose to ignore those warnings no matter how lame or obvious the warning might be.
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Or they just simply have no common sense...

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