where is the backup battery located in a hard wired smoke detector?
Here's what's in one barn kit that you can purchase. It contains all the basics: (1) Comprehensive Horse First Aid Book (1) Corona Antiseptic Ointment (1) Flexible Cohesive Wrap (1) Tourniquet (1) Bottle Saline Solution (1) Package Iodine Prep Pads (1) Package 3-ply Towels (1) Surgical Scrub Brush (1) Pair Scissors (1) Syringe (1) Bottle Hydrogen Peroxide (1) Pair Vinyl Gloves (1) Package 4” x 4” Gauze Pads (1) 6” x 9” Cold Pack (1) Package Alcohol Prep Pads (1) Thermometer I'd also add Betadine solution (for cleaning wounds), hoof abscess pack, petroleum jelly (for lubricating themometer), SWAT (protects wounds from flies) and stethascope (to help taking horse vitals). Also an old fly mask that you can use if your horse has an eye injury and needs extra protection.
Not true. Antifreeze can catch fire, however the circumstances necessary for this to happen make it highly unlike. Antifreeze flash (spontaneously ignites) at approximately 1400° F, outside the normal range at which properly maintained and operated engine should see. However, there has been incidence where those extreme conditions have been seen resulting in a fire. That being said, in most cases, because antifreeze is water based, it will evaporate long before anything happens. This will result in the sickly sweet smell that will be present until that evaporation of the antifreeze is complete. If the smell is a concern or you still feel uncomfortable antifreeze being on your car’s engine then you can your car to a quarter car wash and wash the antifreeze off the engine.
why the f*ck would you do that? what purpose would it serve you?