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So, you have a bug out bags, bug out location, food, water, shelter, and protection, but what about clothes? You need to stockpile extra clothes and have a washing and drying system that can exist outside of electricity and doesn't tear up your clothes. Here's how the Doc does it:
Keeping your clothes clean is important. Not only does it keep you from stinking to high heaven, but the buildup of proteins and bacteria in dirty clothes can lead to sickness, skin issues, drawing insects to your living space. So read up on this simple yet time consuming technique of washing clothes. Who knows? You may need it one day!
One of the most important survival tips that often gets overlooked is good hygiene. Try not to get yourself into a situation where a small cut gets infected. Have water sanitation tablets in your stockpile. Boil your clothing with bleach. There are actions you can take to protect yourself from bacteria, viruses, and infection.
There's more to survivalism than stockpiling. It's all worthless if you don't have the necessary skills. So, start cross-training now. Learn how to repair mechanics, learn to clothes, how to make soap. Anything that will boost your value for when the SHTF will help, such as gardening, cooking from scratch. And read this article...the Survivalist Bucket List.
#Prepper #FoodStorage - 38 Must Have Kitchen Items for Any Survivalist / Regardless of how many #10 cans of “just-add-water-ready-to-eat” stuff you have, at some point you’re going to have to learn to use a kitchen in much the same way as your granny, or your great-granny, did. So we’ve put together this list of 38 essential kitchen items for any prepper.
Just imagine how disappointed you’d be after investing all your time and money building your stockpile of survival food, just before you died of dehydration. Having food storage without a reliable source of clean water is like eating soup with a fork, you’re only getting some of what you need. Learn how to make a Homemade Berkey Water Filter.