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Power Outage Kit for Kids

Power Outage Kit for Kids - Do you have a power outage kit for your kids? Check out our tips on what to put in yours to be prepared for when the power goes out! #BringingInnovation [ad]

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Use 3 to 5 tea lights under a slow cooker pot / crockpot to heat your room. I have tried flowerpot, plantpot heaters and this is way better. Throws out a lot more heat, doesn't smell like some clay ones tend to do, plus you don't have to mess about with multiple pots or nuts and bolts. I used a small crock 1.5ltr which gave out loads of heat. Give it a try. You will be surprised how well it works. Ideal if you have power cuts / power outages.


Something every home needs! Be prepared and keep your family safe the next time the power goes out with the ReadyBright Power Outage Kit. It provides light for up to 40 hours on one set of batteries. Easy/quick DIY installation.

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Fun Things To Do In a Power Outage


16 DIY Survival Stove Projects Whether you want a clever hand crafted camp stove to impress your friends or you need to know how to make one in a pinch for that random power outage or night spent in a broken down car.


Save THOUSANDS of dollars building your own DIY backup battery bank system for solar, wind, hydroelectric and more! Perfect for power outages and off grid living! These videos show you everything you need to know to build a high quality battery bank that will take care of your backup power needs for years! Learn to build one yourself and save hundreds if not thousands doing it yourself!


Candle Powered Pottery Heater

Make a safe radiant heater with a few terra cotta pots and a jar candle. Works well in an enclosed room, garage or shed. From Instructables.


Making new candles from worn-out candles is an easy upcycle activity that can save you money, get you prepared for an unexpected power outage. They even make great gifts! Here's how I make new candles from old ones.


If you’re new to preparedness, you may be reading some of the excellent and informative websites out there and feeling quite quite overwhelmed.  While many sites recommend a one year supply of food, manual tools, and a bug out lodge in the forest, it’s vital to realize that is a long-term goal, not a starting …