Secure Hazardous Chemicals For An Earthquake
Okay, explain to us why you have toxic or flammable chemicals stored on high shelves in the first place.
High shelves are for spare pillows, stuffed animals and balsa wood airplanes.
Keep your hazardous chemicals on a low shelf, or better yet, in a cabinet with a locking door so they won’t go flying all over the floor during an earthquake. If you do not have a locking cabinet, see the “secure your cabinets” page for the easy answer to cabinet securing.
INSTRUCTIONS TO SECURE HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS FOR AN EARTHQUAKE: