Introduction:Staying warm during the winter cold is a priority for those who live in the northern climate. The last thing you want is to be without power and have your heat go out. There are several ways to keep heat in your home or in bed,so you can survive. Here are some excellent ways to do that without electric.
Hot water bottles are an old and dependable way to stay warm for a long time. Tje material they are made from helps to hold the heat in and keep you warm as you hold it close to you under the covers in bed or sitting in a chair. You would of course, have to get hot water from a gas stove, even if the electric is off, gas maybe on.
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This soft wool blanket is 100 per cent recycled wool and very warm. 75 per cent is recycled wool and 25 per cent is recycled synthetic fibers. A supply of wool blanket kept on hand is a wise decision for a night without power.
A good quality wood stove is something you can always depend on for heat or cooking when all else fails. This would have to be put in before winter months, but pays for itself for sure. A five star wood-stove.
Kerosene heaters are another good source of heat but need to be monitored at all times and never leave children alone with them. There are many varieties to choose from and this one rated high for safety (safety-shut-off) and heat output.
Mr. Propane is a heat source that will heat up many square feet depending on its size. Remember these are ways to keep warm when the electric or power goes out and must be monitored at all times. Please practice safety and have a plan ahead of time.
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