TAME THE FLAMES, ESPECIALLY WITH GREASE FIRE
Because salt has a particularly liquefying point, huge amounts of it can extinguish fires. On the off chance that you have a chimney, you can stifle the flares by pouring salt on them. The fire will go out rapidly, and you’ll have a simpler clean-up time.
On the off chance that you actually experience an oil fire, pour salt on it rather than water. Pouring water will just spread the oil, subsequently spreading the fire. Utilize salt or baking soda to bring down rebel flares on a flame broil or griddle.