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emergency kit idea's

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How To Open A Can Without A Can Opener (Amazing)

Family preparedness binder - great list of items to include and some example pics of a completed binder. I have something like this already in place but really need to update it, and this will be a great guide to make sure I include all the important things.

Tip: In an emergency, a crayon will burn for 30 minutes.


Oh my heavens! If you want to get your food storage going, check out this site! She has it all broken down by weeks! Way cool!

Prepared LDS Family: Store Bottled Water Off The Floor on A Dolly

Fire Starter: dryer lint stuffed inside a toilet paper tube (add sage to deter bugs)

I wish I had known this - we thawed a lot of vegetables! Ketchup packets as icepacks. They are the perfect size for kid bumps and bruises and they stay soft so they can form to the body part. # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Car Emergency Kit that fits in a wipes box

Orajel will stop mosquito bites from itching immediately. -- Must remember this... Beach and Grammy's

Never would have thought! Emergency toilet use without flush ability. remove water. Line pot with trash bag. Have a pail of wood ash, quicklime, kitty litter or sawdust available so that after each duty is done, the offender can sprinkle a liberal amount over it. This will keep the stench down.

5 Things You May Not Have Thought of When Planning for an Emergency

this, my genius. @ brittney anger

How to Escape from Zip Ties. Good to know, and probably a good thing to teach your kids as well

72 hr kits in 1 gallon plastic containers.

Severe Weather Kit- a great idea! Always store it in the same place and you will never have to search for a flashlight again during a storm.

vaseline and cotton balls. costs around $4.50 to make about 600 hundred of these. They burn for quite a while and after a few days of sitting in the vaseline mixture they are water proof.

72 hour food kits...this Utah Mom of 7 really knows her stuff. These kits are great...they actually have enough calories each day to sustain you!!!