April 24, 2018

Important Provisions and Privacy Policy

Apartment Prepper is Not a Financial Advisor

I, or guest bloggers occasionally write about budgeting, purchases and other money related topics.  Neither I, nor other writers for Apartment Prepper am a financial advisor.   You must consult your own financial advisor or banker regarding your personal situation.

 

Apartment Prepper is Not a Doctor

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14 Comments on Important Provisions and Privacy Policy

  1. Hi,

    My name is Dave Nicholson. I’m the chief editor at http://www.PrepperDome.com. I
    have recently started this small community of preppers and survivalists,
    and i would like to bring the best info’s and tips for them.

    In order to do so, I wanted to ask you if I can repost some of your
    articles on my site, with the link back, author and all the links as they
    are on post. I’m sure that my readers will find your posts very informative.

    Please let me know if this is something I could do, or not. I totally
    understand if you will not approve with my request.

    Best regards
    Dave

  2. I have found many very good ideas on this blog site. And enjoy reading the posts. I am going back and reading the early ones that I did not read before. And yes keep up the very good work.
    you might to do a post of fire extinguishers there is a lot to know about them and how and when to safely use them.

    • Hey oldguy, I really appreciate the encouragement. Comments like this keep me going with this blog. Thanks for the idea, I am adding fire extinguishers to my upcoming article. I appreciate it!

  3. I know you in to reusing items. Last weekend I spent some time with one of my grandsons making “buddy burners” for his Boy Scout camping trip. We made them out of empty tuna fish cans, cardboard and wax. I used broken candles and candle stubs and old broken crayons for the wax. You do not want to use scented candles for this. You cut the cardboard the height on the tuna can and roll it so the corrugations are up and fill the cans with it, the fuller the better. Than melt the wax (always us a double boiler) and pour the wax slowly in to the can/cardboard till it is full. I stuck a piece of candle wick in the center of the can to help when lighting this. These will burn for about 2 – 3 hours and can be use to cook over. I took a empty larger can and bent a funnel in to the edge of the can and melted the wax in this can. I used an old pan full of water and three nuts in the bottom to hold the can off the bottom of the pot as a double boiler. You do not want to use direct heat melting wax (very bad – old past experience of a wax fire). Leather gloves are recommended to handle the melting can. And a scrap piece of cardboard under the cans you are going to fill are very good ideas. Makes the clean up a lot easer there will be spillage and over runs when you pour. This is one way of reusing items that are generally not thought of. Any shallow can metal works for this, like chip dip cans.

    • Hey old guy, This is a great idea! If you don’t mind, I’d like to repost your instructions (from this comment) as an article on how to make buddy burners. I will credit you as “reader contribution” as we always protect privacy as much as possible. If you have any photos, please send them over. Thanks!!

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