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Old 10-27-2013, 04:25 PM
ReddensLawnCare ReddensLawnCare is offline
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I had a of couple 2 liter plastic bottles filled with compost 'syrup'. It was more like compost paste but was made at an actual compost farm. The stuff was hard to work with so I just left it in the garage and forgot about it over the summer. About 1 month ago, I hear this "boom" in the garage around midnight. Sounded like a freaking bomb went off. I freaked out, grabbed the gun, and rushed out to the garage. Long story short, compost bottle had exploded everywhere. Ceilings, walls, brand new car, tools, etc looked like some had taken 5 gallons of **** and vandalized the garage.
Hahaha. That sucks
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Old 10-27-2013, 07:23 PM
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Roger- The nephew could have entered anyway. Yes the alarm would have gone off, but it should have silenced on its own after awhile. The FD would have notified Law Enforcement dispatch beforehand to avoid the issues on the PD side since the nephew was listed on the alarm contact list... just my thoughts.

This thread is making me rethink the use of mulch around my house too!
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Old 10-28-2013, 09:54 PM
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stebs, you are probably right about the alarm.

The urgency was less when the FD was certain the fire would not have passed through the piping openings in the foundation.

However, the lesson of giving the emergency contact BOTH the key and the code should be taken to heart.
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