Fight fires before they go wild.
Spray your property up to 24 hours before an approaching wildfire.
Control the spread of fire by creating fire brakes and prevent it from reaching your home.
Move out of harm’s way and breathe a sigh of relief.
Invented by Trusted Professional Firefighters who care about YOU and your valuables.
Thousands of possessions and lifestyles protected
Hundreds of acres of land secured
Countless lives saved
Barricade’s 3-Step Process to Stopping Wildfires from Devouring Your Home
Choose the products you want, add them to your cart and proceed to checkout.
Once your order arrives, store them in a place that is easy to access anytime.
When wildfires come, apply the Barricade Fire Blocking Gel and secure your assets.
Barricade International President, John Bartlett is the Florida firefighter who invented the first fire blocking gel after observing that a used, wet disposable baby diaper did not burn during a routine trash fire. From this humble beginning, he has brought us an easy-to-use system that is changing the way homeowners protect their most precious possessions and lifestyles. And professional firefighters have a highly effective tool for protecting the towns and homes threatened by wildfires.
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How to Protect Your House from Wildfires
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With over 54,000 wildfires happening in the country and more than 7 million acres burned on a yearly average based on the statistics record from the National Interagency Fire Center (NIFC), your home could be easily swallowed by fire.
Good thing there’s Barricade Fire Blocking Gel!
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I am just so thankful to God and to the Barricade company for producing such a fantastic product that truly works as it claims.
Okanogan Complex Fire Survivor
Thank you for providing a very effective solution for everyone. I'm very happy with the results of the Barricade products that I've bought!
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