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For physical implications, sleeping with a kerosene heaters should be fine as long as there is nothing combustible surrounding it. However, I wouldn't want to sleep in a room where there is an accelerant constantly burning. It's your prerogative though.
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Kerosene viscosity is dependent upon temperature. Assuming a room temperature is 20 degrees Celsius (68 Fahrenheit) the kinematic viscosity of kerosene would then be 2.17 …centistokes (35 SSU).
probably not, I don't think it would be safe. (by pinkchibs) it depends on: the temperature the type how much you wish the cheese was in the refrigerator.
As long as it is classified as "1k water clear" Ask the attendant to be sure.
Only if you're a complete fool. Kerosene is a light oil, made of hydrocarbons. It is used for heating, cooking and lighting. Some people use it as a treatment for arthritis by… rubbing it on painful joints. It's also been used as an insecticide against mites and fleas. If you or someone you know drinks Kerosene, you or they will be Poisoned!!! FIRST AID must be performed immediately! Induce vomitting, give milk to drink, go directly to the hospital. NEVER EVER DRINK KEROSENE!!!!!!! if kerosene enters the liver then it becomes a serious problem and Doctors advise against making the affected person vomit
wat if i knock down a kerosene heater
as safe as the design of the heater, and the care of the operator. poor contruction is unsafe; good construction is safe. Proper maintenance is essential, as well as proper st…orage of fuel and keeping flammable items away from the heater.
It's safe, nothing is going to happen to you if you have flowers in your room. The only thing they do is make your room smell good, and make your room look good :] So don't wo…rry!! Just enjoy the flowers and put a tsp. of sugar in the water so they can last longer
For most people, no it is not. No, it is extremely uncomfortable, unless you're one of those people who can sleep sitting up. You can't lie down to sleep on a plane. You can t…ilt your seat back all the way, but you still won't be lying down. You'll just be leaning back. I cannot sleep unless I am laying down flat, with my feet up, so I find it impossible to sleep on buses, trains and planes. Furthermore, unless you're in First Class, there is absolutely no room to stretch your legs. Your legs are crowded into that teeny-tiny space below your seat. You can put your feet up on the footrest, but they're still only inches from the floor. So, you can neither lay your head down NOR put your feet up, and you can't even stretch your legs out. It is extremely, unbearably uncomfortable.
Not at the port itself, but there are plenty of hotels and motels nearby, some of which offer free shuttle service to and from the port.
If you are facing extermination, one important thing is to continue sleeping in the bed the infestation was found. This will not only help reduce the chance of spread, it will… also help the exterminator to determine if there is still a problem. It is not unsafe to sleep with bed bugs, as they will do no more harm than to bite you, but the bites can be a nuisance.
There should be no health concerns with regards to mice. Unless there is mouse droppings everywhere. These need to be cleaned up so as not to cause disease.
Is cooked soup with ham in it that was left out overnight covered and at room temp of 72 degrees Fahrenheit safe to eat?
No! Throw it out if it was not refrigerated overnight.
No I can get u really sick or effect ur lungs
No, you have to go to a hospital to let him sleep. I am a doctor, trust me.