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Winter Checklist

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Outside Items To Have On Hand :


Snow shovel
De-icing compound
Waterproof floor mats
 


Inside Items To Have On Hand :


Household emergency supplies should include enough food, water and supplies to last four days without power or help.

 

Basic checklist:

Canned meats, soups and stews, cereal, and energy bars
Manual can opener
Paper plates, cups and plastic utensils
1 gallon of water per person per day (allow enough for four days)
Flashlights and batteries
Battery-powered radio
Battery-powered clock
Cellular phone
First-aid kit
Four-day supply of prescription medicines
Blanket and cold-weather clothing for each family member
Pet food and additional water for household pets

 


For Traveling :

Check antifreeze
Check and replace older batteries
Keep the gas tank near full to avoid freezing water in the fuel line
Check tires and spare tire for proper inflation

 


Automobile emergency supplies:


Bag of sand, road salt or non-clumping cat litter.
Ice scraper
Jumper cables
Small shovel (to dig snow away from wheels, or scatter sand on roadway)
Tire chains (every driver should practice putting them on)
Flares or reflective triangle to warn other motorists if you break down
Blanket
Flashlight and batteries
Gallon jug of drinking water
First aid kit
Jacket, hat, gloves and sturdy, snow-proof boots for each traveler
Nonperishable food
Cell phone
Money (cash)
 

Courtesy of Moms Who Think -

 

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