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Fuel4 and Geco Industries are committed to being safer in whatever they do and would like to help you to do the same. Because of this we would like to inform you of the dangers of using our product so you can keep safe wherever you are using it. Please remember that although Fuel4 gel is a safer alternative to many fuels, it is still a flammable product and therefore needs to be handled with the same care and attention. All flames, including our flame, need oxygen to breath (just like us!) and will give off harmful fumes in poorly ventilated areas such as small tents. Please ensure good ventilation at all times, this will also give you a better burn and enable you to have that much needed bowl of food or hot drink in less time. A few recommendations: The X-Series can get very hot because of the durable materials that it is made of, such as aluminium. We strongly advise that you leave the metal components to cool for 4-5 minutes after use before touching. We have provided a handle with every unit so that you can avoid touching any hot bits. It is recommended that the X-Series cook set should not be used in direct strong winds for risk of the flame losing effectiveness. A wind shield is advisable. Never refill a stove or container when it is still lit. Wait until fuel is extinguished before adding to it and ensure that all flammable objects are kept at a safe distance from any form of ignition. Never leave a stove or flame unattended and ensure that any surrounding parties are made aware of your activities. Safety Instructions: Highly Flammable Gel Fuel. Use only as directed. Only use in well ventilated areas. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. In case of contact, rinse immediately with warm water. Seek medical advice if problem persists and show the container label. Do not swallow. If swallowed seek medical advice and show this label. Fuel Contents Bio-ethanol denatured with acetone, polymer thickening agent and base activator. Storage Information Do not store fuel in direct sunlight or temperatures exceeding 50 degrees centigrade.