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A small shed outside is the best place for flammables

Posted by Bruno1949 on June 3rd, 2009 04:06 PM
In reply to Pesticides, Fertilizers, and Paint supplies by jpalazzi on June 3rd, 2009 02:52 PM [Go to top of thread]

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> why smell up the insulation too ? ? ? by yesitsconcrete on 06/02/2009
> don't be so impatient ;-) by yesitsconcrete on 06/03/2009
> darn, bruno,,, by yesitsconcrete on 06/03/2009

and poisons. I've got a plastic storage shed about the size of a short phone booth with all the 'nasty stuff' in it. The fumes from pesticides are sometimes as deadly to you as they are to the bugs. The shed holds all the poisons like insecticides and my 2 gallon and 5 gallon gas cans and has a sturdy lock on it. It's also not near any wooden buildings.

Pesticides and things like them should NEVER be stored inside the home and gasoline can't be stored anywhere near an ignition source. That means things like water heaters, pumps, furnaces, or anything else that can make a spark.

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