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Water, Your #1 Survival Priority

Posted by Harry Weyandt on Mar 23rd 2020

Water, Your #1 Survival Priority
PREPAREDNESS 101: WATER, Your #1 Survival Priority!Harry WeyandtBy Harry R Weyandt, Nitro-Pak.Com Preparedness Expert Having an emergency backup water reserve for you and your family is THE single most CRITICAL part on ANY preparedness plan, without exception! Most people think of food as the most important part but it is down
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17 Prepper Uses for Aluminum Foil

Posted by Nitro-Pak on Mar 23rd 2020

17 Prepper Uses for Aluminum Foil
17 Prepper Uses for Aluminum FoilCatching Fish. Grab a small piece of tin foil and wrap around the hook or the weights. What happens is the light reflects off of the tin foil and will attract more fish.Starting a Fire. With some cotton, a battery and some foil you can make a flame.Protecting Your Hands. When burning a candle so the hot wax doesn’t drip on your skin, just simply take a piece of foil and tear a hole in the center and shape the foil into a cup to catch the hot wax.Keeping Things D
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Crayon Candle

Posted by Nitro-Pak on Mar 23rd 2020

Crayon Candle
Crayons = your next survival hack.Ok, let me explain. If you have kids, or know anyone who does, there is probably an overabundance of crayons lying around the house. Believe it or not, you can use a crayon as an emergency candle when the power goes out. First, you need some crayons – the nontoxic ones are best.Next, locate a fireproof base – a small plate works well.Use a match or lighter to melt some wax off the top of the crayon and drip it in the center of the base. Quickly stick the crayon
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Emergency & Hidden Water Sources in Your Home

Posted by Harry Weyandt on Mar 23rd 2020

Emergency & Hidden Water Sources in Your Home
Emergency & Hidden Water Sources in Your HomeHarry WeyandtBy Harry R Weyandt, Nitro-Pak.Com Preparedness ExpertAfter a disaster or public emergency, water supply lines may have been broken and become compromised. One of your first priorities is to make sure you secure any water you have in your home for drinking and taking care of basic needs.Once a disaster has occurred, you’ll need to act quickly to find and safely store as much water in your home as possible so you and your family can mak
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Crappy Tips for Survival Sanitation

Posted by Harry Weyandt on Mar 23rd 2020

Crappy Tips for Survival Sanitation
Crappy Tips for Survival SanitationHarry WeyandtBy Harry R Weyandt, Nitro-Pak.Com Preparedness ExpertHere is a crappy subject that most of us avoid thinking about or discussing…emergency sanitation needs when disaster strikes. So let’s get this out-in-the-air so to speak and look at why this subject is so important and simple steps you can take now to be better prepared.After any major disaster or flooding, sewer systems we take for granted everyday may fail or become inoperable for an extended
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