Bloomberg Law
Aug. 7, 2019, 7:48 PM

Attorneys Sue Firm Claiming Spray Protects Homes From Wildfire

Emily C. Dooley
Emily C. Dooley
Staff Correspondent

District attorneys from Santa Barbara and Los Angeles are seeking at least $5 million in penalties and a judge’s order to stop a company from selling a clear spray marketed as a nontoxic and safe coating to protect homes from catching fire.

The Marina Del Ray company Sunseeker Enterprises Inc. advertises its SPF 3000 Clear Spray as a wildfire protection product created using NASA technology, but samples tested revealed the product was corrosive, toxic, and contained flammable volatile organic chemicals, according to the lawsuit filed Aug. 5 in Santa ...

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