How To Safely Store Fireworks

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/03/2012 12:18 am
If you plan to store fireworks instead of using them now due to all the bans that are in place, here are some safety tips from storage experts:
  • Store fireworks in a secure, dry place.
  • Consider storing fireworks in a plastic tub with a lid.
  • Keep the fireworks away from anything that would burn quickly if it caught on fire, such as cardboard boxes and newspapers.
  • Keep fireworks away from things like drain cleaners and fertilizers.

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