Generally speaking, it is normal if there are tiny fragments or splinters on the surface of the fiber blankets. And although this is not common, in some cases, sensitive skin will feel uncomfortable when they are in contact with fiberglass cloth.
2 COMMON METHODS TO REMEDY THE ISSUE:
Wash the area with running water and mild soap. To help remove fibers, use a washcloth.
Carefully putting tape on the area and then gently removing the tape. The fibers will stick to the tape and pull out of your skin
The hooks “3M” adhesive is of good quality and adequate for most surfaces but please bear in mind that on certain surfaces (such as treated wood or surfaces that has accumulated residue over time) an additional adhesive is advised.
Re-using the Fire blanket: You can only re-use a fire blanket if it is not damaged. If your Fire blanket is damaged please get in touch with us so we can arrange a new replacement for you (T&C apply).
Fire Blanket Lifetime: While Fire Blankets last a very long time, depending on variety of conditions they are kept, it is good practice to replace them with a new one every 5-10 years. If you have a Supa Ant blanket that is more than 5 years old, please get in touch and we can arrange a subsidized replacement for you.
“Please Play Fair”
By the end of 2021 you will see recyclable logo on the bag and on the hook of our blankets.
Our blankets are made from 100% fiber glass and are not harmful to the environment. Instead of sending them to the land field or other methods of disposal, we know that they can be made into reinforcements, bonded to resins, etc. But since individuals tend not to have the necessary connections nor means to send their used blankets through the relevant channel, we have taken the initiative to offer lifetime warrantee on our blankets in a sense that when someone uses a blanket, they can get in touch and send us back the used one and we will send them a new one instead (Terms and Conditions apply). This helped us to win the Eco-Friendly product of the year in 2021.