Christmas Tree Fire: Watered Tree vs. Dry Tree

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+3 1. cretu commented 3 years ago

I personally bring my xmas tree out to the curb when xmas is over. i find the clean-up a lot easier this way..
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+2 2. thefox commented 3 years ago

I have a 7ft non-flammable tree made from steel and plastic which comes out of its box in the attic once a year for a few weeks, and then it goes back again. No danger, no waste, no mess, no cost. No problem. :)
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0 3. RealGOrdjy commented 3 years ago

Love the NIST Reports. Did the house fall down due to structure failure caused by fire? >:)
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0 4. Aviguy commented 3 years ago

Don't worry, our SANTA will bring some firemen with him ...................
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+1 5. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

Great timing for this video JANUARY!!
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+1 6. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

at least it saves putting the tree away