FRS Assembly Instructions

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Please click on the following link to find assembly instructions for our FRS units.
 

 

FRS Assembly Instructions

Under the Bed Harvest FRS Assembly Instructions

Ready Rack Instructions

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part VIII

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009
 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part VII

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009
 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part VI

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Maple Syrup

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part V

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Corrosion Prevention of Canned Goods

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part IV

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Dry Milk

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part III

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Sorghum

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part II

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

A. Grains and Legumes

 

Food Storage FAQ by Alan T. Hagan Part I

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Part I

 Shelf Lives: Time, Temperature, Moisture and Light.

 

Preparing for a Hurricane

by Shelfreliance Staff Nov 13 2009

Personal Preparation: 

• Make sure you have enough emergency supplies for your entire family
• Gather non-perishable food and extra water for your family members
• Battery powered radios are a must have. If your power goes out, you’ll want to know what’s going on
• Prepare multiple alternative light sources in case a power outage occurs
• Keep a supply of extra batteries
• Plan in-home activities that may help distract you and your family from the unease of the storm
• Don’t Panic!