5 TYPES OF FUEL TO HAVE BEFORE NEXT NATURAL DISASTER
Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Preparedness, should include means of boiling water, cooking food, and heating your shelter to help maintain core body temperature. Next should be providing energy for necessities, which might include medical equipment, or power tools need to do repairs or help maintain safe passage on your property, and roadways.
Gasoline and/or diesel fuel can power lawn tools, generators, like Generac, Honda EU2200, Predator… home heating systems, and your vehicles.
Propane could be used for gas grills like your Char Broil, Dyna Glo, or Weber grill… heaters, generators, lanterns, and more. Propane can serve a great many purposes. Like a Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Heater.
Kerosene is a great option for heaters and lanterns which are safe to operate indoors. There are some time tested, and proven, options for log by and heat indoors.
IsoButane is a mix of butane and propane, and is great for camping stoves and other camp cooking options, which could also be used indoors in an emergency. MSR Pocket Rocket 2 camp stove.
Wood, can be used for fireplaces, wood burning stoves, fire pits outside, campfires, etc. it can provide heat, and cooking opportunities. It’s soothing and calming as well.
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