This is pretty much every day shtf stuff. What do you use for a fire extinguisher? Had a gas turbine generator catch on fire the other day when I left a noob alone with it for 30 seconds. It was just a battery wire but could have been a lot worse. Used dry Chem ABC to put it out. After my wife used one to put out a toaster a few years ago I said no more. The dry Chem gets everywhere and they are one time use and you have to service them. I still have ABC dry Chem as a last resort. I don't like dry Chem because they are one time use, even just one little squirt and they have to be taken apart and cleaned, serviced with powder and charged with nitrogen. Or all the remaining nitrogen will bleed off within a few hours. Dry Chem ABC also makes a better than nothing last resort weapon and smoke screen. So picked up a 15lb CO2 and two 5 gallon pressurized water squirters. The pressurized water extinguishers were practicality free, bought from the scrap yard for 50 cents a pound, empty of course. I love these things. Super easy to operate and user serviceable. Just add 4 gallons of water, a little dawn soap and pressurize with 100psi of air and they knock down a lot of fire. Add a little more dawn soap ans they can take down hornet nests. Major fire threat at home is grass fires, these are perfect for gas fires. Not good for burning puddles of liquid or electrical. My other favorite are the CO2 extinguishers, the original ABC. These are expensive, I got mine used for around $140. You can use one or 2 squirts and put them away. Refilling them is just as easy as refills on any CO2 cylinder, just charge and go. The only bad thing with CO2 is they pack a pretty big punch, to the point where they can actually spread the fire around more. You have to throttle the CO2 discharge rate back to avoid this. Other wise it's a clean agent, works ok for killing mice and bugs.