Storing combustible products is dangerous and here are different recommendations
Store flammable products away from home (gasoline, acetone, thinner, turpentine, charcoal pins, solvents, lacquers, stain removers, etc).
Keep flammables away from heater, stove or gases and grills. Pilot flames can trap invisible fuel gases and vapors and ignite.
Store these products in metal containers with tightly closed safety lids. Leave 5 centimeters of space between the vapors.
Store only the essential flammables away from heat or sources and leave them in ventilated areas.
Do not use any solvent when polishing the floors by machine or by hand because they can make fire when rubbing.
Do not put gasoline on any appliance or machinery that is hot because it can make fire (electric mower, boat, car, etc)
Keep the grill away from the familiar area, taking into account the charcoal sparks that can fly.
Do not fan the grill fire with solvents when the charcoal is on.
Do not allow children get near the grill.
In case of bonfires, prepare a hole for the firewood, take into account the wind, do not use clothing with synthetic fabric. Supervise fire and the proximity of children.
Turn off the fire with water, the sand is useless.
It is recommended to avoid the use of repellants if you are going to be near the fire (campfires, grills, wood stoves, etc.), since these liquids are flammable and you could catch fire.