I will only be listing ABC rated fire extinguishers. Many compact car fire extinguishers are rated for B (liquid fire) and C (electrical) only. In a lot of cases, you'll need to put out an A (wood, trash, paper) fire.
$29-33 ABC Fire extinguisher
-First Alert's HOME1 Fire Extinguisher is UL rated 1 A: 10 B:C; it features durable all metal construction with a commercial grade metal valve and trigger
-Multipurpose fire extinguisher fights wood, paper, trash, plastics, gasoline, oil, and electrical equipment fires
-Uses monoammonium phosphate extinguishing agent; rechargeable by certified professionals after use
-Metal pull pin with a safety seal to help prevent accidental discharge and tampering; corrosion resistant, easy to read, color coded metal gauge; waterproof label with easy instructions
$25-29 Digging Shovel 47 inch length
-Ideal for digging in tough soil
-Large D-handle design offers secure two-handed control when digging
-Welded 14-gauge hardened steel blade and 18-gauge steel shaft provide durability that far outlasts wood-handled tools and won’t flex like fiberglass
-Sharpened blade makes it easy to penetrate tough soil or break up hardened dirt clods
-All-steel construction for heavy-duty durability
-Oversized step provides a secure and comfortable platform for your foot, allowing you to use your stronger leg muscles
$24-30 Digging Shovel 26 inch length
-Bond Mini D Handle Shovel Mini D-handle shovel designed for efficient moving and lifting
-Durable heat treated head
-Comfortable soft non-slip grip
-Strong, lightweight steel handle
-Comfortable soft non-slip grip
-Durable heat-treated heads
-Rust resistant powder coated paint
What do the A B C ratings mean on Fire Extinguishers?
Fire extinguishers with a Class A rating are effective against fires involving paper, wood, textiles, and plastics. The primary chemical used to fight these fires is monoammonium phosphate, because of its ability to smother fires in these types of materials.
Fire extinguishers with a Class B rating are effective against flammable liquid fires. These can be fires where cooking liquids, oil, gasoline, kerosene, or paint have become ignited. Two commonly used chemicals are effective in fighting these types of fires. Monoammonium phosphate effectively smothers the fire, while sodium bicarbonate induces a chemical reaction which extinguishes the fire.
“C” ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
Fire extinguishers with a Class C rating are suitable for fires in “live” electrical equipment. Both monoammonium phosphate and sodium bicarbonate are commonly used to fight this type of fire because of their nonconductive properties.
Fire Extinguisher Ratings
Fire extinguishers are classified by fire type. The A, B, C rating system defines the kinds of burning materials each fire extinguisher is designed to fight. The number in front of the A, B, or C indicates the rating size of fire the unit can extinguish.
To achieve a Class “A” rating, the extinguisher must be capable of putting out the wood crib, wood panel and excelsior (shredded paper) tests. Ratings are based on the size of the material that can be repeatedly extinguished.