New Biohazard Gear Kit Now Available from Online Stores, Inc.

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New Biohazard Gear Kit Now Available from Online Stores, Inc.

biohazard-kit-subNew Stanton, PA – 28 October 2014 – Responding to widespread concern about proper protection against viral outbreaks, Discount Safety Gear, a subsidiary of Online Stores, has produced a biohazard Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) kit and public service video on how to put on and remove the gear to avoid contamination. The kit consists of all the pieces for medium-level protection against hazardous materials. It can be purchased here.

This 6-item kit contains a box of nitrile gloves (2 pr), chemical protective hooded coverall, goggles, N95 respirators (box of 20), bionic face shield, and full length heavy gloves. Priced at $55.99, the PPE kit is positioned to be affordable for most, during recent health concerns. The components were carefully chosen to provide maximum benefit for the typical citizen, with consideration given to comfort, flexibility, breathability, and impermeability.

The accompanying video, culled from best practices, is a brief but through walk-through of how to safely suit up and remove the equipment. It can be viewed here.

Online Stores, Inc. (www.OnlineStores.com), is a privately held American e-commerce business and a top 500 retailer, based in New Stanton, PA. The company operates several web sites including Onlinestores.com, EnglishTeaStore.com, SafetyGirl.com, ConstructionGear.com, Toysplash.com, United-States-Flag.com and DiscountsafetyGear.com. Online Stores serves over 500,000 customers every year.

Contact:

Kevin Hickey

kevin@onlinestores.com

1000 Westinghouse Drive, Suite 1

New Stanton, PA 15672

724-925-5627

www.onlinestores.com

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Stripping Wallpaper

The cost for this room so far is about $250 for the carpet remnant, $8 for the paper tiger, and $25 for the paint. I am going to use some white and beige paint I found in the basement, and I have an extra roller and some brushes. I will need carpet padding, which will cost about $107, and because I am so very much enjoying light in these rooms, I am not sure what to do for curtains, if anything. Those will add to the cost. So far, I expect the project to cost $400, which is over budget, but the laundry room didn’t cost anything. I’m doing ok so far.

This past week I used a screwdriver to remove about 30 hooks from the wall. I am not sure why I don’t want to look for the cordless screwdriver or drill with driver bits that I am certain my dad has in the basement. I tell myself it’s because I don’t want to strip the screws, but the truth is probably that I find this work therapeutic and connects me to my father. I found (true to his form) that the wall paper was used in lieu of corner bead and proper drywall seaming, so I will have to do a bit of spackle work before I paint, and use the trim he had covering some of it, that I really didn’t want to rehang.

I was so delighted with the first pull against the base coat of wallpaper. I really was going to paint over it but when I tugged, it came off like an old sticker, almost like contact paper. I will have to scrape some, but age did a great thing to some of this wall paper. I am including a photo of the three layers of wall – primed drywall and two passes of paper. Call this the before shot.

20140927_153150My friend Gale, who was supposed to come last month, surprised me Saturday morning – she brought lunch and some spare time. We used the paper tiger to score the vinyl paper, a squirt bottle to penetrate to soften the glue underneath, scraper to remove all the layers, and some elbow grease. As we worked, we caught each other up on our lives. We live two hours apart now and we both do all we can to maintain the friendship. The girl time was great! While we were peeling, my neighbor who happens to be an electrician, came to move my 220 service for my new stove, and Gale and I kept chatting. The gentleman and his son got an earful! He must have enjoyed the gossip because when he left, he refused my check. Said we were neighbors. This is the true legacy my dad left, and I decided that day I must continue it.

Andy was away again with Lucy, for a hockey tournament. She scored first, which is typical of this dynamo, and had a couple assists. I stopped by Sunday when they got back and they were arguing about the top ten modern marvels. Andy put air conditioning on the list and Lucy researched to present her opinions on why she did not agree. Wrapped in a verbal battle, she was learning to reason, debate, and defend. I swear that girl should be a lawyer. Grace was upstairs resting but later came down to play the piano. I’m a big fan.

I really didn’t use any of the blog items in simply unscrewing, peeling and assessing, so I wanted to just go over the First Aid Kit I will have at the ready for this project. Not that I hope to use it. It’s the perfect size and the case is durable plastic. It’s got bandages, towelettes, disposable gloves, and tape, as well as tweezers, burn cream, and a cold compress. Everything is single use so there is no risk of contamination. Now let’s put that away and see if I can go without using it!

Construction First Aid Kits

Accidents happen; especially frequently on construction sites where obstacles and hazards abound. Although prudent care of the construction site is always paramount in Company protocol, the odd accident is bound to occur now and then. First Aid Kits placed in prominent places around the construction site are absolutely vital and necessary to treat injuries needing medical attention.

First Aid KitWhen accidents happen, you need to know where the First Aid Kit is located and pray that it’s stocked with all the supplies you need for the emergency first-aid care of injured workers or visitors. The First Aid Kit should always be fully stocked and any supplies that are used must be replaced immediately in readiness for the next emergency.

Construction Series 36-Unit First Aid Kit is especially built to stand up to the rigors of construction site first aid situations. Each item contained in the kit has a special slot and every piece is sterile; free from contamination. The first aid kit stays organized within its case, no need to hunt for what you need; selecting the items you require to treat the injury is a snap and refills are always available for purchase.

The dimensions of this particular kit are: 9.5″ x 14″ x 2.5″. This kit comes stocked with all the items relevant to construction site injuries such as splinters, burns, strains, cuts, eye injuries, insect stings, poison ivy and even a triangular bandage with pins to support suspected broken bones.first aid kit

Optional customization of your Construction Series 36-Unit First Aid Kit is available by adding your logo. A minimum order of 100 units is required with an additional $50 set up fee for your first order; one color only. Order turnaround time for customization orders pending customer approval is 15 days. Custom logos are also available for hard hats and safety vests. Get your Company’s name noticed!

As always a quantity discount is available and your items are carefully shipped in 2-3 business days. For more information on Construction First Aid Kits, be sure to visit DiscountSafetyGear.com today!