Gel Saves Homes from Wildfires Wildfires destroyed more than 650 homes across the United States this year. But hundreds of others were saved by a gooey, fire-retardant gel. Gordon Sabo is an entrepreneur who came up with an effective way to apply the gel.
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Gel Saves Homes from Wildfires

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Gel Saves Homes from Wildfires

Gel Saves Homes from Wildfires

Gel Saves Homes from Wildfires

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Wildfires destroyed more than 650 homes across the United States this year. But hundreds of others were saved by a gooey, fire-retardant gel that can be applied to houses. Gordon Sabo is an entrepreneur who came up with an effective way to apply the gel after it saved his own house.

Charles Michael Ray of South Dakota Public Broadcasting reports.