Firefighters Recommend Having A Coke In The Refrigerator - This Trick Can Save Lives

Since the creation of its first soft drink by pharmacist John Pemberton in 1886, Coca-Cola has continued to grow and develop in a sus...


Since the creation of its first soft drink by pharmacist John Pemberton in 1886, Coca-Cola has continued to grow and develop in a sustainable way. Today, this drink is the most popular in the world despite the many adverse effects reported by various health structures and organizations. Apart from its reputation as a soft drink, which is far from beneficial for health, Coca-Cola can be used as a fire extinguisher to extinguish fire. Discover the method of use with this video of a firefighter extinguishing the fire with a bottle of Coca Cola.

What are the causes and causes of domestic fires?

Problems with electrical installations are the main causes of domestic fire. More and more electrical appliances are taking their place in our homes, and we need multiple power sources, but some facilities have not been designed to provide that much power. Faulty old cables or overheating can cause a fire in your home. Fire in the kitchen, cigarettes, inflammation of an object or tissue near a source of heat, candles and flammable liquids are also factors most often causing domestic fires.

Discover an easy way to extinguish the fire with coca cola:



This may sound strange to you, but before we go any further, remember that the best way to extinguish the fire is to have a fire extinguisher within easy reach. But accidents happen most often when you least expect it. If you are at home or in another house and you do not have a fire extinguisher, there is a solution that has proven to be very practical and effective. But how does it work ?


Take a bottle of coca-cola and remove the cap. Then cover the opening with your thumb, shake the bottle and aim for the fire.


Here is the video of a firefighter who shows the method of using coca cola to extinguish the fire. This video has been viewed by 800,000 people:

Here are some tips to protect your home from fire:
  • Secure electrical installations and maintain them regularly.
  • Pay attention to flammable products.
  • Install a good smoke detection system.
  • Educating children and preventing them from the dangers of fires.





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