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07/12/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson
You need fuel during emergency situations. Most people tend to forget that. We are always told to stockpile food and medicine for obvious reasons, but fuel is another crucial item that you should begin storing today. We’re not just talking about gasoline but other fuels needed for heating, cooking, and electricity. In this short guide, we’ll be teaching you how to store different types of fuel for any crisis situation (h/t to MyFamilySurvivalPlan.com.)
If the doodoo really hit the wall this time and you find yourself without any type of fuel, go back to the basics. Use firewood.
Firewood can create heat and cook food without electricity or chemicals. But before you just randomly chop off the nearest tree, remember that different woods have different burn properties.
Softwoods do not burn well. They burn too quickly and do not produce enough heat. Softwoods likewise leave a lot of ash and emit pungent odors that can cause a burning sensation in your throat.
Hardwoods, on the other hand, burn slowly and have a high heat output. They keep better for long-term storage and produce less smoke. Look for mahogany, walnut, oak, ash, maple, or cherry trees.
Begin stockpiling firewood now. This gives you enough time to season it. This consists of you chopping the wood, splitting it into useable sizes, and then storing it in a dry location. Seasoned wood can last for six months to a year.
Regardless of which fuel you choose, always make sure that you have a professional look at your storage facility to ensure that all safety measures are taken.
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