Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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12 Bessemer St

Bessemer St

Vereeniging

1939

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.65345

27.94407

150 Old Main Rd

Old Main Rd

Cato Ridge

3680

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.7386908

30.6701439

620 26Ln

26Ln

Pretoria

0186

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.710742

28.230629

Brounger St

Brounger St

Bloemfontein

9301

Free State

South Africa

-29.124

26.22979

20 Robertson St

Robertson St

Bethlehem

9700

Free State

South Africa

-28.21756

28.314419

20 Mahatma Gandhi Rd

Mahatma Gandhi Rd

Point

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.872721

31.049467

14 Durham Rd

Durham Rd

East London

5247

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-32.983521

27.910106

Gewel St

A1 Isando IndustrialPrk

Gewel St

Isando

1600

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.126673

28.217484

21 Halden Rd

Halden Rd

Bloemfontein

9300

Free State

South Africa

-29.12471

26.19553

57 Worraker St

Worraker St

Port Elizabeth

6000

Eastern Cape

South Africa

-33.9424

25.5613

19 Moody Av

Moody Av

Epping

7490

Western Cape

South Africa

-33.9337676

18.523967

138 Main Reef Rd

24 Federal Industrial Park

Main Reef Rd

Roodepoort

1724

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15357

27.86519

Fire lighters

Firelighters are commercially sold in almost all grocery stores, where braai coals and charcoals are found. Firelighters are used to light up wood, charcoals and coals, used at domestic level for braais or start fires at fireplaces. Even though firelighters are used for domestic applications, they are designated fire hazards and hence, they ought to be treated as such.

This means that during use at homes, they should be kept away from the reach of children. It has to be understood that if mishandled, they can result in the ignition of a fire that can result in both body injuries and property damage losses. Firelighters get their ignition properties from the fact that they contain paraffin and substances that resemble the candles used domestically as well. It’s a derivative of the candle wax, but much lighter in texture to the normal candle wax.

This material helps firelighters not to just quickly burn out when lit, which in turn makes them good substances to light up charcoal and coals. It is essential for the latter because charcoals and coals take a longer time to ignite and burn on their own, especially when compared to how quickly paper ignites and burns out. With the rise in environmental consciousness, there are firelighters that are now manufactured with vegetable and natural oils, instead of paraffin. Some of the natural oils include citronella oils, which are also used to make citronella candles. 

Fire lighters

Firelighters are commercially sold in almost all grocery stores, where braai coals and charcoals are found. Firelighters are used to light up wood, charcoals and coals, used at domestic level for braais or start fires at fireplaces. Even though firelighters are used for domestic applications, they are designated fire hazards and hence, they ought to be treated as such.

This means that during use at homes, they should be kept away from the reach of children. It has to be understood that if mishandled, they can result in the ignition of a fire that can result in both body injuries and property damage losses. Firelighters get their ignition properties from the fact that they contain paraffin and substances that resemble the candles used domestically as well. It’s a derivative of the candle wax, but much lighter in texture to the normal candle wax.

This material helps firelighters not to just quickly burn out when lit, which in turn makes them good substances to light up charcoal and coals. It is essential for the latter because charcoals and coals take a longer time to ignite and burn on their own, especially when compared to how quickly paper ignites and burns out. With the rise in environmental consciousness, there are firelighters that are now manufactured with vegetable and natural oils, instead of paraffin. Some of the natural oils include citronella oils, which are also used to make citronella candles. 

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