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What causes a protein fire?
Last Updated: 30th April, 2020
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Simply so, what is a protein fire?
A protein fire is smoke damage resulting from the extreme burn of a protein enriched fibre. At first glance, protein fires do not appear to cause any damage to your home and contents.
Subsequently, question is, what does a fire leave behind? The heat of the flame itself keeps the fuel at the ignition temperature, so it continues to burn as long as there is fuel and oxygen around it. The flame heats any surrounding fuel so it releases gases as well. When the flame ignites the gases, the fire spreads.
People also ask, how do you clean up after a protein fire?
The most effective way to clean up a protein fire is to clean up before soot and grease build-up. Clean surfaces after cooking with a mixture of a quarter cup of white vinegar and tablespoon of liquid dish soap per quart of water.
What is the best way to clean smoke damage?
To clean smoke damage, start by removing loose soot from the walls with the hose attachment of a vacuum cleaner or by wiping it with a dry chemical sponge. Next, use a rag soaked in diluted TSP solution to wash the soot stains from the wall one section at a time.