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Oh this is so painful to watch--
As far as electrical use (Class C) is concerned: It's not for use on live electronics because it is water based!
i.e. Would you throw your flaming toaster into a sink full of water? Hopefully, not without first unpluging it. Similarly, you shouldn't use this can on something that is powered (or around other powered-things that are not yet on fire.)
Regarding Cars, There are two issues:
1) These will freeze, and need to be thawed before use, making them pretty pointless.
2) If you have a gasoline fueled fire, your $5 extinguisher (even if thawed) is really no match, you should get far away from it or consider yourself a candidate for a Darwin award.
Car voltages are only 12V; Ignition voltages are irrelevant when the car is shut off, HID light voltages are also irrelevant since they will blow a fuse. Spraying 12V stuff with water won't create a hazardous environment like spraying 120VAC equipment will, but if you have a car electronics fire, say, in your dash, this *might* be able to put it out, but you'll likely damage everything else in your dash. You'll still need a big pair of cable cutters to disconnect your battery, because the cause of the electrical fire (most likely shorted wiring conducting high currents) will keep spreading, melting wires, and causing more fires.
<BOYCOTT>Currently on Woot Boycott until Deal-A-Day site is restored to sanity</BOYCOTT>
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Mine just still show in transit on Fedex. I don't think they will ever get here.
"spell check is for those with no style"