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søndag 1. desember 2013

Tåregass brukes nå mot demonstranter i Bangkok

Time 12:13 Bangkok time

Bangkok Post


Innesperret i Bangkok-opptøyene

Here is an guide for helping people that might be trapped in this.This might be tourist and Thai people that get in between this.

When this happen, there was Temple where monk was.
Many monk got problem because of this. And that is why i write about teargas.
People that is poor might be in between this.
And not know how to get out from area that has this problem.
This is a good way to get out.

Maalox is a brand name antacid containing calcium carbonate to neutralize or reduce stomach acid.  

Soak a bandanna or other cloth in apple-cider vinegar or lemon juice and tightly cover your mouth and nose with it. 

How To make a Tear Gas Mask

Step 2: Supplies

For this project you will need the following:
- a 2 liter soda bottle
- a n95 rated face mask that is good for particulates. Tear gas is a dust, not a gas so this will be perfect
- Duct tape (i used gorilla tape
- Stapler

Step 3: Mark and cut


The first step is to mark your bottle and cut it. I used a sharpie to mark the bottom off and the dip the bottle takes to fit to your face. I then took a regular knife and cut the shape out.

Step 4: Tape the edge

For this to work, you have to create a seal on your face with the bottle. i created this seal with a bit of gorilla tape around the edges. Wrap the tape around the edges until you feel like you'll get a good seal. Check the seal by putting the mask on your face, plugging the spout and breathing in. If you have a seal, the bottle should concave a bit to your face.

Step 5: Disassemble the Facemask and put into bottle


 Pull off both of the yellow straps from the facemask (SAVE THEM!) to have a strapless mask. From here you can just stuff it into the bottle.


Also you might use a windows sealer around the edges

So to protect yourself and those with you, here are 3 quick tips for what to do…

1. Have a pair of tight-fitting swim goggles with you – they’re fast and easy to put on and will protect your eyes from the gas.

2. Always keep a plastic zip-lock bag with a bandana for each person and a small plastic bottle of cider vinegar handy. 

The vinegar can help neutralize the gas, so quickly empty the bottle in the bag and soak the bandanas in the vinegar before putting them over your nose and mouth to breathe easier.

3. Get upwind or escape to high ground (like a hill or building roof top) – The gas stays low to the ground and high ground is more defensible if you have to fight back when things get even uglier and looting breaks out.

Now, If you think mobs and tear gas aren’t something you’ll encounter, think again.

All you have to do is watch the news to see that things are heating up and that even in small towns, violence can erupt – especially during a natural disaster when people get hungry and desperate.
Neighbors can quickly become an angry mob and there are things you should be doing NOW just in case.

But knowing how to defend against tear gas is just one of the strategies you need to master to prepare for a complete breakdown, when the $%#@ hits the fan.

How to Safely Get Rid of Tear Gas 
Do NOT wash your face with water if you suffer tear gas. You should not wet your skin: it increases the effect of the tear gas.

Instead, apply vinegar or lemon juice to the skin in order to get rid of the effect of the tear gas. 

Cloths with some apple vinegar or pure lemon juice are very useful in riots. 

You can press some lemon in a plastic bottle before going to the protest. So you can wet your mask with lemon juice (or vinegar), and it will decrease the effect of tear gas.

If you don’t have any vinegar or water-soaked bandanas, or may be around someone who doesn’t, carry an onion on you. If gassed, break it in half and sniff it, and get it close to your eyes….it greatly reduces the irritation in the eyes and nasal cavity

If your eyes are burning or if your vision is impaired, do not rub your eyes. Remove contact lenses and flush your eyes thoroughly with cold water for at least 10 minutes. Do not put the exposed contact lenses back in

Remove exposed clothing. 

Once you are out of range of the gas take off all your clothes that may have been exposed (this usually means everything down to your underwear).

If you are wearing a pullover shirt, cut it off rather than bringing it over your head. Do not put these clothes back on. Seal them in a plastic bag and leave the the bag at the scene--hazardous waste specialists generally come to clean up after RCAs are deployed--or take it with you so that you can clean the clothes later

Rinse thoroughly with cold water or a neutralizer. 

Hot water opens the pores, which causes more of the RCA to be absorbed through the skin. 

Rinse your whole body in cold water for 3-5 minutes--a shower or hose works perfectly--but do not scrub or apply soap yet. 

Touching your skin will spread the chemicals and rub them in.

If you have a neutralizing solution, such as the baking soda solution mentioned above, apply this liberally all over your body, paying special attention to exposed areas or burning, red, or itchy skin. 

Many RCAs can be rinsed out of the eye with milk.

Fill a shot glass about half full with milk, hold it up to the affected eye and tip your head back, blinking a few times to make sure you rinse well. As your rinse, whether with water or neutralizing solution, try to position yourself so that the water runs directly off each part of your body, instead of trickling down from your head to your toes. 

The water that comes off your body will be contaminated, so make sure not to get it in your eyes or on other people

Wash with soap and water. 

Shower with warm water and soap only after you have thoroughly rinsed with cold water. It's important that you shower; do not take a bath.

Get medical treatment.  

In many cases, you will not need medical treatment, but if symptoms persist once you are thoroughly clean, if you experience severe symptoms or loss of vision, or if you experience pain in your chest, see a doctor or other health professional immediately

Bangkok Post

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