This Emergency Warm Heater Home Power Outage Survival DIY Project is fairly inexpensive, simple to gather up and should be in every person’s disaster supplies.
Finding a warm and dry place to shelter in the event you find yourself stranded away from home is one of the first things that you must do. The next thing is to have a way to generate heat that you can use to keep warm. While building a fire is probably the first thing that would come to mind, however this may not actually be possible. This article was designed to introduce the reader to a simple to make portable heater.
This Do It Yourself project is quite simple and the author of the article and project makes it really easy for anyone who is interested in being prepared in event that they find themselves stranded. The project includes a list of all of the necessary items and an easy to follow instruction guide. Everything included in the article is easy to read and follow.
New quart-sized paint can with a lid
Roll of unscented toilet paper
Bottle unscented 70% isopropyl alcohol
Box of waterproof matches
A quarter and some tape
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