September 11, 2018

I Tested Fast-Act Chemical Decontamination and This is What Happened

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com   I received a sample of FAST-ACT Chemical Decontamination products.  They are a sponsor, however, this is an independent test. What does the Fast-Act Chemical Decontamination Kit include? The package contains: FAST-ACT Decon Mitt FAST-ACT Sorbent Powder Bottle Set FAST-ACT Microfiber Towel Set FAST-ACT/VapourKlenz Face Mask User Manual What is Fast Act? Fast-Act is chemical hazard containment and neutralization system.  The products work for clean up of: -Chemical residue -Chemical vapors and odors […]

Please Welcome our New Sponsor: FastAct Chemical Response Products

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I am happy to welcome our new sponsor, FastAct Chemical Response products. What is FastAct Chemical Response? FastAct stands for  First Applied Sorbent Treatment – Against Chemical Threats.  They carry a variety of products to protect against: Chemical Contamination Smells/Vapors Release Chemical Attack Chemical or Fuel Spill A chemical emergency can happen without warning, according to Ready.gov.  In a later post, we’ll take a closer look at FastAct products and how they can help you […]

Do you Need RDSL in Your Emergency Kit?

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I received a sample of Reactive Skin Decontamination Lotion (RSDL) from Emergent BioSolutions. In a recent article, we discussed how one would prepare for a chemical attack.  This item would be exactly for that purpose. What comes in the package? The package contains: The green packet is 1 active RSDL containing 21 mL of decontamination lotion to be applied to the hands, face, neck and to swipe the inside of a respirator if you […]

Are you Prepared for a Chemical Attack?

This post is by Bernie Carr, apartmentprepper.com I read an article in Newsweek that the Department of Homeland Security is planning drills to simulate chemical warfare this month.   According to the article, DHS is planning to release inert chemicals into the atmosphere near an abandoned school in Newkirk, Oklahoma. The purpose of the drill is to determine how these chemicals travel when airborne, and whether they can enter structures where people may be sheltering during an attack.  The agency assures the town that […]