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I'd also be wary of the words "proof" as in fireproof, waterproof etc..

Water and air is kept out of most safes by the rubber gasket that seals the door. Heat from a fire melts that rubber seal and it is no longer water and air tight. When we discuss fireproof, I've seen the remains of a "fireproof" safe after it sat in a pile of burning house remains. There wasn't much left of it so it clearly wasn't fireproof.
 
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