79% Of U.S. Fire Casualties Occur In Homes
Don’t Become A Statistic
More Than 25% Of Reported Fires Happen In The Home. Find Out What YOU Can Do To Prevent It.
You’re cooking dinner and a grease fire suddenly ignites on your stove…what do you do? Is there a fire extinguisher easily accessible? Do you even know how to operate it? Time is of the essence.
Be prepared in case of an emergency with Cocoon—a fire safety blanket that helps smother flames and allows you to act fast when every second counts.
? Easy and Fast Protection – Cocoon is functional and lightweight, allowing you to act quickly
? Effectively Blocks Heat – Cocoon reduces smoke and prevents burns
? Contains Fire From Spreading – Cocon cuts off the oxygen supply and safely extinguishes flames
? No Maintenance Required – No mess after use or safety inspections needed with Cocoon!
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), most home fires result from 5 causes:
cooking & heating, electrical distribution, lighting equipment, intentional fire setting, and smoking materials.
However, cooking was found as the leading cause of home-related fires by 50%.
And smoking materials were the leading cause of casualties.
Safety Tips From Cocoon
✅ Use Caution When Cooking – Keep anything flammable, like oven mitts, dish towels, wooden utensils, or food packaging, away from the stovetop.
✅ Heat Your Home Safely – Keep flammable items at least 3 feet away from heating equipment, including a furnace, space heater, fireplace or woodstove. Turn space heaters off before leaving a room or going to sleep, and NEVER use your oven to heat the home.
✅ Check Electrical Cords – Do not use extension cords for extended periods of time and avoid overloading outlets and power strips with more plugs than they are intended for.
✅ Be Careful With Candles – Keep burning candles within sight and always blow them out when leaving the room or going to bed. Always keep them away from flammable materials, such as curtains, bedding, decorations, and books.
✅ Test Your Smoke Detectors – According to the NFPA, you should test your smoke detectors once a month, change the batteries at least once a year, and replace any smoke detectors that are more than 10 years old.
How To Use Cocoon Fire Blanket
In most cases, the initial response of a fire victim is to extinguish the fire with water.
However, certain fires may require the use of a fire extinguisher or blanket.
It is highly recommended that a fire blanket is kept near electrical equipment or in the kitchen where the risk of fire is high.
Step 1: Turn off the heat source if it is safe to do so.
Step 2: Pull the 2 tabs on the bottom of the blanket packaging. This will release the blanket.
Step 3: Hold the blanket in front of you. To prevent burns, wrap the top edges of the blanket around your hands and roll up your sleeves.
Step 4: Gently place the blanket over the fire from the closest edge of the flame. Do not throw the blanket on top of the fire.
Step 5: If you haven’t done so already, turn off the source of heat.
Step 6: Leave the blanket in place for at least 15–30 minutes to ensure the fire has completely dissipated.
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