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Tiki torches can be fire hazards, so Amica Insurance is offering tips on how to safely use them this summer.
LINCOLN, R.I. (PRWEB) July 03, 2014
Tiki torches can help stop bugs from biting during the summer months, and they also provide ambient lighting for any backyard setting. However, as with any open flame, tiki torches can be dangerous.
Thats why Amica Insurance is sharing these five tips from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to promote tiki torch safety:
The National Pesticide Information Center says that citronella oil, the most common ingredient in tiki torch fuel, is nontoxic and safe for extended use. By using good judgment and following these tips, you can enjoy your summer free from mosquitoes and other pests.
About Amica Insurance
Amica Mutual Insurance Co., the nations oldest mutual insurer of automobiles, was founded in 1907. The company, based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, is a national writer of automobile, homeowners, marine and personal umbrella liability insurance. Life coverage is available through Amica Life Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary. Amica employs more than 3,300 people in 40 offices across the country.
CONTACT: Vince Burks, Corporate Communications, 50 Amica Way, Lincoln, RI 02865-1155, 800-652-6422, ext. 24563
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