Extinguishing a wood fire with no residue leftover

I have been researching how to extinguish a fire with little or no residue and the ability to relight the fire later if desired. I came across a potassium dust solution, which appears to use aerosol to spray some kind of potassium dust solution onto a fire to extinguish it.

Does anyone have any thoughts or ideas on the best way to extinguish a wood fire that would leave little residue to clean up and allow the wood to be used later, if possible, to be relit?

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Deprive it of oxygen; the

Deprive it of oxygen; the classic ways are smother it with CO2 or CCl4. Both are volatile and therefore leave no residue. Did you really have to think about that?

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