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We’ve written a few lenses on Squidoo about different products that we sell. This blog post contains information from one of those lenses. I will add the link to the full lens at the bottom after the post…
Wildfire 18% OC Pepper Spray is easy to use, wildly effective and insanely hot!!!
There are a lot of choices out there for anyone looking at defense sprays as an option for protecting themselves. This lens is about the one, the only Wildfire 18% OC pepper spray and why it can be a excellent add on for your safety.
The stuff that makes Wildfire insanely hot!
OC Pepper sprays utilize the component Oleoresin Capsicum which is what gives hot peppers their heat. Wildfire pepper sprays are made up of eighteen percent OC which is the highest concentration available on the market currently. Along with the concentration of the spray, the other main factor in classifying it is by the heat level. The measure of heat in peppers is Scoville Heat Units (SHUs). This is a rating based on the number of times you would have to dilute the oil 1:1 with a water solution before it becomes undetectable. Wildfire pepper spray is a derivative of three to four million SHUs. Yep, you would have to dilute it at least three million times to render it undetectable. Can you imagine what getting hit in the eyes with that is like?!
Wildfire is the hottest and one of the fastest reacting sprays on the market. It is an inflammatory agent which causes the following to happen when it is sprayed. It immediately permeates the pores of the skin of the assailant, causes his eyes to slam shut and infiltrates the respiratory system, causing the mucous membranes to swell making it incredibly difficult to breathe. It causes coughing, choking and feelings of nausea, as well as dilating the eye capillaries yielding temporary blindness. These effects last for up to 45 minutes. Even with all of the effects listed above, there is no permanent damage done to the person sprayed after the initial incapacitation.
This was a partial lens taken from our Squidoo collection of lenses. For more on this particular lens, you may find it here: Wildfire Pepper Spray Lens . If you are looking for a creative outlet, with the chance to make some extra money for yourself or favorite charity, check out Squidoo.
Here is a one of our video shorts for Wildfire pepper spray:
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