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Wildfire Pepper Sprays

If you are looking for the strongest pepper spray available to civilians, then you have found the right place. Wildfire brand Pepper Sprays have been rated by Fox Labs as the best spray around, with 3 Scoville Heat Units and 18% hot oleo resin capsicum.....Law Enforcement Strength!

Wildfire has been tested to be the hottest pepper spray on the market. Made from the purest food grade Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) pepper in a non-toxic, non-flammable, non-lethal solution pressurized with CO2. Also contains non-toxic vegetable dye to help in identifying an attacker. Wildfire Sprays are one of the fastest acting sprays, causing immediate burning of the skin, swelling and burning of the eyes, plus swells the mucus membranes, making it extremely difficult to breath. Effects can last up to 45 minutes and cause no permanent damage

The Wildfire 18% formula is one of the hottest, and more importantly, the fastest reacting spray we've ever tested. This spray immediately permeates the pores of the skin, closes the eyes, and inhibits the respiratory system. What makes this product so effective is the purity of the pepper used in formulating this product...only food grade grade 3 million or 4 million scoville heat units pepper used. - Larry Harris, Washington Lab

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Is The Spray Ready To Use If Your Attacked? Do You Have To Shake The Can First?

Like all Pepper Sprays, Wildfire is armed and ready to use with a simple flick of the safety mechanism on the nozzle. You may have to twist the top slightly from the locked in area, or flip the top open in the Flip Top models, but the contents are ready to spray and cause harm, without any shaking or other maneuvers. Think of your bottle of window cleaner. All you need to do is turn the top to spray and you are ready.

Can Pepper Spray Be Stored In The Car?

Pepper spray can be kept in your vehicle, but be careful in the summer heat, since the canister states that it should not be stored in temperatures above 120 degrees. A car can get extremely hot inside, with the windows rolled up and the sun beating in. You should also avoid extreme cold temperatures as well.

Does Wildfire Pepper Spray Have Dye In Them?

As with all of our pepper spray products, Wildfire Pepper Sprays do indeed contain a dye in them, that will remain on the area it was sprayed for several days, to aid in identifying your attacker. Many of the sprays will require a UV light in order to see the dye, but it can not be simply washed off of the skin.

Do You Ship To The UK?

No, we only ship to the lower 48 states, due to postal and international regulations.

Will Pepper Spray Work On A Coyote?

You can indeed use pepper sprays to deter a coyote, but it is not recommended that you use a pepper spray gel, as it will stick to the animals fur and we only want to scare it off, not cause undue harm and severe pain. Wildfire brand is the strongest pepper spray available, so it will work quite effectively against wild animals. You may want to consider the larger 9 oz Bear Spray for use in the woods. The caninster has a large pistol grip design, for easy dispensing, and will empty the can in 9 seconds, with a range of up to 20 feet. We certainly do not want to be much closer to a wild animal, so you should use the spray with the longest range available.

What Is The OC Percentage?

The Wildfire brand is the strongest pepper spray available on the market, containing 18% hot oleo resin capsicum. That is 3 Million Scoville Heat Units. Most other pepper sprays containg 10% hot OC and are 2 Million Scoville Heat Units. You will not find a stronger or hotter pepper spray out there. Plus, the Wildfire Pepper Spray is made into a finer grain, so it is faster acting also.

Will Pepper Spray Be Effective On Someone Who Wears Glasses?

There is no way that a pair of eye glasses will stop the effects of pepper spray on a person. Pepper spray causes a burning sensation when it comes in contact with the skin. It will be inhaled, no matter whether you struck your attacker with the actual spray or not. The scent lingers in the air and will be breathed in, causing the alveoli in the lungs to constrict, which will then induce coughing and the feeling of an inability to breath. Even with glasses on, the vapor will linger and get in their eyes, unless they keep them closed the entire time, which is unlikely. Pepper Spray works on several areas of the body at once, which is what makes it so effective. The symptoms are only temporary and will disipate in 45 minutes to several hours, but will not cause permanent damage.

What Is The Difference Between Pepper Spray And Pepper Gel?

The gel sticks onto the target while the spray tends to run off and is more easily remove. A gel also travels farther, so you can spray from a farther distance. Also, if it is windy a gel will not blow back at you, since it is heavier than a spray. But with the gel, you need to be a bit more accurate. With a stream spray, you can spray in their general direction (preferably aim towards the face) and the residual spray will more than likely get on their skin or clothing. They will inevitably inhale the odor, or it will get in their eyes, causing breathing difficulties and watery burning eyes.