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Storing gasoline for a significant period of time can be difficult. Gasoline is quick to evaporate, and it must be kept safe from moisture and extreme temperatures. Gasoline can auto-ignite if it reaches 536 degrees Fahrenheit. Modern refining techniques make fuels more environmentally friendly, but they do not last as long.
Published by Anna K 65 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article will clearly describe how to best pick out a home defense gun to help protect you and your loved ones from predators while in your home. It can be overwhelming to try to pick out a gun for home defense purposes and this article will help to make that easier.
Published by ladylion 65 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article will clearly explain what the pros and cons are of having a home defense gun. There are many people who are interested in purchasing a home defense gun to protect their home but are unaware as to the many benefits and negatives that can come with using a gun as a method of home protection.
Published by ladylion 65 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
We never know when serious calamities will occur such as storms, earthquakes and the like. Storms can cause flooded areas and can claim many lives. It's not all about floods but this involves electrical wirings that could endanger the life of many. Add to this are the possible landslides in higher areas. This situation is worth of our serious attention. Know what we can do to be safe before and after the storms. Hereunder are the safety precautions we must take.
Published by Cloud1 69 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
You break up with your boyfriend and you decide to move out from his apartment. Staying under one roof no longer appeals to both of you. So the many months of staying together have come to an end. Your husband and wife act is finally over. However, you cannot just leave him in a hurry to pick up the pieces (literally). Yes, you want a quick exit; however, there are some important things you need to consider.
Published by Rosita Barbo 72 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Many companies had made security devices that can be used at home to protect it from risks and dangers of burglary. But with the many devices, it became hard to select one which will best fit the needs, budget and preference of your family. Every device can protect your home, however the wireless security system is the most affordable that you can use for your home.
Published by Zinnia Mendoza 73 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Natural gas is used in many homes for home heating, cooking, hot water heaters, electricity generation, and clothes dryers. If your home uses natural gas, you should know the basics of natural gas safety and what to do in an emergency. In this article you will understand what to do in the event of a gas leak and what precautions to take to prevent potentially deadly natural gas leaks.
Published by Daniel Snyder 73 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
National Flood Safety Awareness Week is March 12 -16. This is a time for people to take precautions to protect their families and homes in the event of flooding. Begin by reviewing your personal situation and identifying your risks. Flooding is a potential issue regardless of where in the nation you reside.
Published by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 74 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Most of the time we don't really think about home fire safety. That's something that we tend to take for granted until something bad happens. Here are three tips that could save you a lot of grief. Not only that, but these fire safety tips could save your home from destruction.
Published by Pat Bartels 75 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Tips and suggestions when preparing for a disaster. Food, emergency equipment, and other items may mean the difference between staying in your home or sharing your most intimate moments in a school or church full of people. Knowing what to store and what to get when disaster season starts will help you to stay together in a safer and more secure environment. Store up what you can, and save up for those last-minute purchases.
Published by Kathryn Perez 75 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
A disaster will affect you in some way, shape or form at some time during your life. It may be a natural disaster. It may be an accident. It may be deliberate like a terrorist attack. Regardless of the nature of the disaster, you will survive it better if you are prepared. A simple basic disaster survival kit will help you survive.
Published by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 75 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
An oil lamp is a very simple and easy to make so you can have light in an emergency situation. Learn how to make one before you need one, with what you already have on hand: oil, a can or jar and a wick (yes, you probably have a wick on hand).
Published by Pat Veretto 76 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to prevent hypothermia while working outdoors in cold weather to prevent frostbite or potential life threatening health conditions.
Published by Daniel Snyder 77 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Potato recipes for the diabetic: Baked French fries, roasted potatoes, German potato salad.
Published by Zach V. Abarca 77 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
Learn the top four tips for winter weather preparation and don't be caught off guard. These measures may help save a life.
Published by Beverly Anne Sanchez 77 months ago in Emergency Preparedness | +0 votes | 0 comments
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