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  • The 3 most important tools and hope you will never use them!

    1. A First Aid aid kit, well maintained.
    2. A A-B-C type (chemical powder) fire extinguisher. Must be full. Have it checked every year.
    3. A phone to call for help.

    All of these 3 have to be hooked on the wall IN YOUR SHOP (or garage) close to the door and not burried under pile of woods or other thing.

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    My three most important tools:

    1. The thumb on your dominant hand.
    2. A ruler
    3. A pencil


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