Everyone knows what happens when a human falls onto a sharp, pointy piece of wood with all of their weight.
Austin, TX. (PRWEB) February 05, 2012
Recent research by Absolute Rights survivalist Damian Campbell, has uncovered some hidden dangers in most homes, that the residences are unaware of. With information published by Absolute Rights, people can take control of weaknesses and use them to their advantage. Absolute Rights Damian Campbell is an author, survival expert, and publisher, who is dead set on helping Americans get ready for any disaster.
A very dangerous piece of information that Damian Campbell discovered, and published on the Absolute Rights website, is the fact that cheaper furniture from overseas can have broken or cracked wooden pieces. Damian Campbell of Absolute Rights explains, that if the wrong person were to sit on this couch, the wood will violently twist and impale somebody in the back. Damian Campbell of Absolute Rights added, chairs with hairline fractures and stress marks are also dangerous, because they can collapse and break apart easily, and everyone knows what happens when a human falls onto a sharp, pointy piece of wood with all of their weight.
Another danger that Damian Campbell of Absolute Rights discovered, is the danger that particle board presents. Damian Campbell reveals that cheap furniture found at big discount stores is often made with a healthy dose of particle board, it could be a bookshelf with a thin backing, or it could be a desk with a false oak layer glued to a big slab of particle board. Certain types of glue, Damian of Absolute Rights reveals, that is used in particle board furniture can release formaldehyde, a colorless gas which can cause asthma attacks and cripple Americans with certain lung conditions. Damian Campbell explains, that this issue can easily be solved by putting a couple of coats of sealant over the furniture.
Stop intruders with outside lighting, which can keep any home from becoming a target, explains Damian Campbell with Absolute Rights. The front entrance of a home is the first place that needs to have great lighting, Damian Campbell of Absolute Rights reveals. The best plan is to have a wall-mounted lantern on each side of the door, Damian Campbell adds, because it will make sure that a potential threat or unwanted guest can't turn their head into the shadow when the resident is looking through the peephole or nearby window.
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