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Shaking table salt catch on fire

Table salt (sodium chloride) is not flammable and will not easily catch fire. Salt won’t even melt until it reaches 1470 degrees Fahrenheit (800 Celsius). Of course, there are many kinds of salt that we use in modern households, let’s take a look at them and the risks of using all salt products when it comes to fire

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