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You may have heard me talk about the  flammable risk of spray-on sunscreen here, on Fox25 News Boston.  Now some Banana Boat spray-on sunscreens are being pulled for this very reason!  (read about it here).

If you use the spray-on sunscreens (which, I admit! are SO convenient!), make sure that it dries COMPLETELY on your skin (wait 5-10 minutes) before going near ANY open flame.  Otherwise, the sunscreen can be flammable and catch fire if you go near a grill or other source of fire while the sunscreen is still wet.

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