The cost of wildfire suppression is growing at an extreme rate, yet fire suppression solutions have not improved in the last 60 years! In 2018, California spent more than 150 billion dollars on damage from wildfires alone.
On average, today's fire seasons last 78 days longer than it did in the 1970s, and are projected to grow hotter, more unpredictable, and more expensive.
As wildfires continue to burn millions of acres and harm many people's lives, there has been a rapid increase in demand for fire retardants.
Clore recognizes how important fire safety is to many consumers and this is why our products are designed to save lives. Mixed with water, our products are non-toxic, easy to use, but most importantly - effective.
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Our mission is to decrease the size of wildfires, saving both lives and property. We achieve this mission by selling a fire retardant that is applied at the start of wildfire season around structures. Clore Wildfire Home Defense offers season long protection, allowing you to keep your home safe from fires.
We understand how important your question is to our business, so we have answered a couple of our frequently asked questions below!
At Clore, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the best possible experience. That's why we put our product through rigorous testing to ensure it meets the highest standards of quality and performance. From initial prototypes to the final product, we have conducted extensive testing to prove our products efficiency.
It is important to note that the effectiveness of a fire retardant product can depend on a variety of factors, including the specific type of material it is applied to, the conditions of the environment in which it is used, and the quality of the application. Therefore, it is important to carefully read and follow the manufacturer's instructions for use and maintain the fire retardant product to ensure it is providing the desired level of protection. We are not liable for any damages caused from wildfires, and consumers take all risks related to Clore Wildfire Defense.
Clore Wildfire Defense is intended to act as a fire retardant on homes, farms, and yards. We recommend applying Clore Wildfire Defense on nearby items that may be flammable. Examples include areas inside a yard, grass, bushes, and brush. We do not recommend spraying Clore Wildfire Defense on building materials, as this is not meant for exterior structures and only meant for vegetation around your house. Clore Wildfire Defense will create a barrier in case of a fire if sprayed around houses or specific areas that are easily flammable.
Yes! Our product is approved on a LD50 > 5000 mg/kg, in US EPA Category 4.
Our product has been approved as relatively non-toxic, as the LD50 value is greater than 5000 mg/kg. The product is classified as US EPA Category 4, which is the lowest hazard category and indicates that the product is relatively non-toxic or has very low acute toxicity. This classification means that the product is not likely to cause harm if used according to the label instructions.
On average, it takes 5 minutes a gallon to apply. This includes mixing the concentrate with water. A garden sprayer is highly recommended.
No, you will not be able to tell any difference when Clore Wildfire Defense is sprayed on any material. Our product is a clear coating and will dry once applied.
We recommend customers reapplying our product once per year or after heavy rain/weather conditions. One gallon of Clore Wildfire Defense has enough concentrate to cover approximately 200 square feet of land.
Fire resistance coatings are designed to provide protection against the spread of fire. The frequency at which these coatings should be reapplied will depend on several factors, including the type of retardant being used, the conditions in which it is applied, and the specific requirements of the structure or fuel type.
In addition to following our recommendations, it is also important to visually inspect the coating regularly to ensure that it is still providing the necessary level of protection. If the coating appears to be damaged, degraded, or no longer providing the required level of protection, it may need to be reapplied.
Clore Wildfire Defense has an introductory price of 49.99 dollars per concentrate gallon, which is mixed with water at a 1:1 ratio and has enough product to cover 200 square feet of land. On average, 6 gallons of Clore Wildfire Defense are needed to build a perimeter around an average size home and other areas of that you want to protect.
Our product is completely safe for use around animals. However, consumption should be avoided. Our product has an LD50 value greater than 5000 mg/kg, which means it is considered to be of low toxicity to animals.
You will receive a container of our concentrated fire retardant. We will also include instructions and a receipt with your order. A garden sprayer, which is the most effective way to apply the product, is not included but may be purchased from our referred website and manufacturer linked below.