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imagineer
07-18-2013, 12:14 PM
I know there must be plenty of posts about the fire retardants on this forum but the search feature is not working for me. Who is a good supplier that is not too expensive?

Thanks for the help.

MovieRelics
07-18-2013, 03:05 PM
If you're looking for a directory of haunter supplies and vendor ratings, be sure to check out The Haunter Supplies directory on HauntersDigest.com. We have a ton of vendors listed! - http://www.hauntersdigest.com/hauntersupplies/

Safety Supplies / Fire Retardent - http://www.hauntersdigest.com/vendortype/safetysupplies/

gadget-evilusions
07-19-2013, 07:25 AM
When we were getting ready to build our haunt in 2011, I did a cost study on 3 different manufacturers. Flame Stop, New York Fire Shield, and Universal Fire Shield. http://gadgetsblogofdoom.blogspot.com/search/label/Haunt%20purchasing%20research

I use New York Fire Shield's Inspecta Shield for all walls, cloths, and props, and we use Universal Fire Shield's LPA-202 to treat our latex paints.

sean
07-19-2013, 01:50 PM
NY Fire Shield doesn't make a product to fit what I need, theirs is long term. I have to be creative with it. I tear down each room each year (repaint, décor, etc). If only someone made a spray on product that dries clear and doesn't cost a ton and goes on top of a completed project.....hmmmm....nice vendor idea??

FrightProps
07-19-2013, 01:56 PM
Fire Retardant Coatings
http://www.frightprops.com/fire-retardant-coatings.html

Fire Retardant Plastic
http://www.frightprops.com/fire-retardant-coverings.html (http://www.frightprops.com/fire-retardant-coverings.html)

Doug.

gadget-evilusions
07-19-2013, 02:17 PM
NY Fire Shield doesn't make a product to fit what I need, theirs is long term. I have to be creative with it. I tear down each room each year (repaint, décor, etc). If only someone made a spray on product that dries clear and doesn't cost a ton and goes on top of a completed project.....hmmmm....nice vendor idea??

That's actually exactly how we have always used the inspecta shield http://www.nyfs.com/inspecta_shield.php

We use pump sprayers and dump about 30 gallons a season on our sets. For cloths, we soak them in the same product before hanging.

austind
07-19-2013, 03:47 PM
Check out Twisted Monkey the save you a ton in shipping because it is a concentrate.