Fuel Gel

Fuel Gel

The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that the agency had received reports of flash fire injuries, including  deaths and  hospitalizations for second and third degree burns caused by exploding fuel gel used in fire pots and other outdoor decorative lighting.  The fuel gel has been sold by retailers since 2008 at hardware and department stores throughout the U.S.

Georgia Fuel Gel Recall

According to the CPSC, Napa Home and Garden recalled 460,000 bottles of fuel gel in June 2011.

On September 1, 2011, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a second recall of 2 million bottles of fuel gel used in fire pots.  The companies involved in the recall include:

  • Bird Brain Inc. of Ypsilanti, Michigan;
  • Bond Manufacturing of Antioch, California.;
  • Sunjel Company of Milwaukee;
  • Fuel Barons Inc. of Lake Tahoe, Nevada;
  • Lamplight Farms Inc. of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin;
  • Luminosities Inc. of St. Paul, Minnesota;
  • Pacific Decor Ltd. Of Woodinville, Washington;
  • Real Flame of Racine, Wisconsin; and
  • Smart Solar USA of Oldsmar, Florida.

Fuel Gel Lawyer

Pope McGlamry represents victims who have been severely burned as a result of fuel gel explosions arising from use of various fuel gels in both fire pots and charcoal grills. If you or a loved one have been injured by exploding fuel gel, contact us for a free evaluation of your claim.

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