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Dirt Devil Extreme Power Hand Vac, M0914
For quick pickups around the home, particularly messes wedged in tight spaces, the Dirt Devil Extreme Power Hand Vac offers 15.6 volts of cordless power to get the job done fast. The included Quick-Flip crevice tool and retractable brush help you get in those tough nooks and crannies, and the extra-large dirt cup means you don’t have to empty it often. Awarded a Good Housekeeping Good Buy Award for its innovation, performance, and affordability, the Extreme Power Hand Vac can be mounted to the included wall charger for easy storage. The 1.5-inch cleaning nozzle, light weight, and comfortable handle make on-the-go vacuuming a breeze. Includes 3-year warranty on parts and motor.78% (14)
What constitutes an abandoned site? The image that immediately leaps to mind are the abandoned plants and factories down by the seaside or near the railroad tracks. Abandoned sites go beyond abandoned buildings, though: abandoned missile silos, abandoned subway stations or even an abandoned wing of a hospital could also be included in this category. How much risk is there of getting caught? In most cases, very little. Relatively few abandoned buildings are patrolled by security guards, and the police don't often care much about abandoned buildings. How much risk is there of getting injured? Plenty, if you aren't careful. In many old buildings, there are large holes in the floors, or floors are so old and flooded that they're on the verge of collapsing. Test the floors in buildings the same way you would test potentially thin ice. Explore abandoned sites slowly and never go alone. What other health risks are there? There is also a significant chance getting sick, as abandoned sites may be filled with nasty bacteria, particularly if they've become outhouses for birds and other animals. Try to avoid touching things. In some abandoned areas, there may be a risk of exposure to asbestos, which can lead to lung cancer. According to Dave, a specialist in safety compliance issues and asbestos: "Asbestos fibers are so small that they will go right through the various inexpensive dust mask type products. For real protection against asbestos a person needs at the very least a half face respirator equipped with high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filters. These respirators are usually available at painting supply houses or at safety specialty stores. In reality the amount of asbestos a person would be exposed to on a one time expedition into an abandoned building would probably be minimal, but it's better to be safe than sorry. "Another issue which people should be aware of -- and this is probably a greater danger than asbestos -- is the presence of various hazardous or toxic chemicals in abandoned industrial sites. People often walked away from drums of acid, mercury, caustics and other very nasty materials. I know of several instances where various unsavory -- read organized crime -- types used abandoned factories or warehouses as illegal hazardous waste dumps. The entry into such places may cause our intrepid explorer to dissolve!" What supplies should I bring when exploring an abandoned site? This answer is adapted from the advice Throckmorten gives for the Canada Malt Plant: Travel with a flashlight always. Bring a basic first-aid kit, Band-Aids, etc. Clothes that can get dirty or ripped should be worn. Wear long sleeves and a good pair of shoes, even hiking boots. Bring work gloves, as almost everything is covered in dust, rust or other filth. Bring an antihistamine if you've got allergies. And be sure to pack some fluids. What preparations are necessary before entering a site? If you're driving to the site, try to park your car somewhere inconspicuous but in the public eye. Make sure you bring along at least one other person, and inform at least one other person who isn't coming along where you will be and when you expect to be back. Bring a walkie-talkie or cell phone so you can communicate with people outside the site if you should somehow become trapped.carfilter1.jpg
2009 April 19 - Old car air filter. I guess it's pretty dirty--it looks like pictures of other clogged air filters online. Markings on it say "Carquest Made in USA." A fresh air filter will look bright and allow a lot of light through. Take a sheet of paper, fold it accordian style and hold it up to the sun or a strong light. That's what it'll look like. No picture of my new Frams Tough Guard--maybe later if I feel like taking it back out.
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