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Maximum ambient heat protection is about 200 degrees F (93 degrees C). Proximity suit used for ARFF. Maximum ambient heat protection is about 500 degrees F (260 degrees C).
- How often should you wash bathing suits? "Most bathing suit designers and manufacturers recommend letting the bathing suit air dry and washing only every three to five wears." To prolong the life of your swimsuit (and keep your bits healthy and happy) Dr. Sekhon recommends using your usual detergent to hand wash your swimsuits.
- How do you dry a bathing suit fast? Roll your suit in a clean, dry towel to remove excess water. Instead, lay down a clean, dry towel. Lay your swimsuit on top of the towel. Roll up the towel so it encases your suit—the towel will absorb a lot of the water left in your suit! Never wring out your swimsuit to make it dry faster.
- What is the best temperature to stain a fence? The best temperature range for applying stain is 10-32 degrees Celsius with 21 degrees being optimal. Don't stain wood when the temperature is over 32 degrees as it will dry too quickly and create splotches. If the humidity is below 30%, each application of stain will require roughly 12 hours to dry.
- What would happen to the human body in space without a suit? An astronaut floating without a suit in space wouldn't survive, but their demise would happen within minutes, not within seconds, and it would be a gnarly exit, with boiling bodily fluids and a nearly frozen nose and mouth. Related: Why is space a vacuum?
- What is true about using a round ball for the projectile in a muzzleloader? Round Ball: This is the traditional projectile used in the muzzleloader. Rapid loss of velocity and energy reduces their efficiency compared to the bullet. Hunting success relies more heavily on skills and proximity to the game. These projectiles require the use of lubricated cloth patches, which slows down loading.
- What angle is ash catcher? Ash catchers will come with joints attached at two different angles—45 and 90 degrees. If the joint on your water pipe is 45 degrees, you will want an ash catcher with a joint also at 45 degrees. If your water pipe joint is straight up and down, or 90 degrees, only a 90 degree ash catcher will fit into it properly.