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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My back up plan for heat was to use a vent less propane heater from my ice shack in my home. Since so many people here recommend kerosene heaters I decided to give one a try. I bought a used one from a friend (Aladdin temp-rite 15) When I tried to light it produced tons of smoke and would go...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My dad gave me a kerosene heater thats about the size of a 13 gallon trash can, it runs off kerosene. If i light it outside and let the initial smell of lighting it go away, is it safe to bring inside the house. I could probably cook off it cause its got wire all the way around it. could at...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in a small city in an apartment. I have no fireplace. In a long term power failure in wintertime, is there any way I can survive the cold? this is electric heat so if there was a long term power failure what could I do? right now its -22 C, which is about -7 F I think. I turned the heat...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Looking for recommendations on a well built and portable camping/emergency propane stove/oven. I would like to be able to use this in the house in the event we loose our electric stove do to an outage. Would like to use propane gas cylinders. Any and all comments/recommendations are welcome...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I love this thing. Just got it from Wallmart for $85. Now I have to stockpile propane canisters. What's the safest way to do that. I was thinking of keeping them under the bed.:eek: Any one have any experience with THESE...
  6. Urban Survival
    I got to thinking. Ya Ya I know you could smell the fat burning! If the power goes out? I have a way to keep the frig running. But the furnance would not work. I picked up a wood stove. It is the same one the army uses to heat tents. With a few stacked bricks I could make it safe to rig this...
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