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  • Message to Aging Americans: Protect Your Hands

    As an important aspect of Healthy Aging® Month in September, Scepter® reminds consumers to re-evaluate the products they use around the home. Seeking out easy-to-open and simple-to-use products can relieve the pressure and strain on aging wrists and hands.  “As we...

    • Posted September 24, 2021
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  • E-Shopping E-zier Than Ever for Buying Much-Needed Fuel and Water Containers

    Our time in quarantine during COVID-19 has changed the way Americans shop. Forever. The ease of ordering products online makes it simple to get anything from vitamins to fuel containers to shoes delivered to our homes fast....

    • Posted August 9, 2021
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  • Easy-to-Operate Fuel Containers for America’s Aging Population

    What frustrates people as they grow older? Hard-to-grasp screw off jar lids. Trying to reach down to pick up an item that’s fallen under the table. Clutching a small house key to open a door. What doesn’t frustrate the older...

    • Posted November 4, 2020
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  • gasoline storage
    Storing Gasoline Safely

    If you have to store gasoline for an emergency generator, your lawn mower or for other purposes, it’s important to follow simple safety rules. Fire codes typically restrict gas storage to no more than 25 gallons. Store...

    • Posted October 17, 2015
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  • Smoke Detectors and Gasoline Safety

    In this hour, The Carey Bros. discuss Smoke Detectors: Ionization vs Photoelectric Or Both – plus storing your gasoline safely.  

    • Posted October 10, 2015
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  • car-conserving gas
    “On the Road” Gas Tips

    Henry Ford was born in 1863. 45 years later, he introduced the first Model T, which sold for $500. Today, almost a century later, $500 is about what it takes to fill up one of his SUVs!...

    • Posted January 30, 2014
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