A Fire Bucket is a basin loaded with water or sand which is utilized to forestall or stifle fires. Ordinarily, fire cans are painted splendid red and have the word fire stencilled on them. Regularly they have a raised, distending base. The adjusted base outcomes in a solid, coordinated stream of water when the water is tossed at the fire. The adjusted base pail is much more effective in propelling the water at the fire than a level base can. Oil fires are impervious to water, however little flames can be adequately stifled when the sand in the pail is dumped on the fire to keep it from the oxygen it needs to stay land.