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9 Ways to Light Up Your Emergencies

Emergency lighting kit idea. These little solar lights give off a lot of light, surprisingly. The rack is an under shelf basket turned upside down. This way you can keep them outside and charged up, but they can be brought inside very easily. Tie the basket down so it won't fall off.

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How to make your own emergency 50 hour candles for around $1.62 each! These long burning candles sell for around 20 bucks each. Candles are an easy-to-use source of emergency lighting and a little bit of heat. I’m shocked to see some of the prices that are charged for long burning candles sold for s…

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Nine great emergency light sources other than flashlights! And you probably already have some of these

Nine great emergency light sources other than flashlights! And you probably already have some of these! Food Storage and Survival

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28 Outdoor Lighting DIYs To Brighten Up Your Summer

<b>Forget candles.</b> These creative lighting ideas are a cheap and easy way to get your backyard beautiful for summer entertaining.

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10 Items to Include in a Lights Out Kit

10 Items to Include in a Lights Out Kit » When the power goes out and you’re in the dark, what is the first thing you reach for? A good lights out kit has all the essentials you’ll need! » #Emergency, #LightsOutKit, #Preparedness:

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DIY Emergency Lights from Solar Yard Lights

Make your own indoor emergency lights from inexpensive solar yard lights. Detailed directions and lots of photos. | via www.BackdoorSurvival.com

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How To Make A Pine Knot Torch For Emergency Light - Whether navigating the woods in a survival situation or simply needing an emergency light when resources are limited, knowing how to make a torch with just a few common supplies is a valuable skill. Images From: rockymountainbushcraft.blogspot.ca

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