No more fires.
Now I can understand why you don't Barbecue!!
Do you have camp fires when you camp out?
My worst experience was when I set the contents of the trash can on fire inside my 65 Ford van, it also caught the curtains on fire.
I wasn't sure where the fire started. When I opened the side door to get the fire extinguisher the fresh air really caused the flames to intensify, Major flare up.
Fortunately I got the extinguisher out and first blasted the inside. It went out immediately. Then looked under the van and gave it a little blast also in case it was a gas leak.
I worked for a fire extinguisher service company so the extinguisher I used was a good one. I had re-filled it with five pounds of Purple-K.
This is what Wiki as to say about it.
Purple-K, also known as PKP, is a dry-chemical fire suppression agent used in some dry chemical fire extinguishers. It is the second most effective dry chemical in fighting class B (flammable liquid) fires after Monnex (potassium allophanate), and can be used against some energized electrical equipment fires (USA class C fires). It has about 4–5 times more effectiveness against class B fires than carbon dioxide, and more than twice that of sodium bicarbonate.
A week later, I pulled up to a stop light and the car in the left turn lane with it's hood up was on fire in the engine compartment. I grabbed the extinguisher and put out the fire caused by a leaking fuel line at the carburetor. I jumped back in my van and drove off as the light changed seemingly on cue.
The guy asked me why I put out the fire and said something like what if I wanted it to burn up for the insurance claim.
I said something silly like it's not worth the trouble for a car like his.
I felt like some comic book caricature as I drove off into the sunset, my only reward being the feeling that I had done something good for humanity, whether it was appreciated or not.
If you want a good extinguisher it's what I would recommend.