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  • Vanessa Foy

    Car Emergency Kit - Use a wipes box or any container you have. I put in a grocery bag for trash, wipes, a diaper, hand sanitizer, band aids, pain reliever, lotion, tissues, a safety pin, a hair elastic, a five dollar bill, a granola bar, a pen, Carmex, and some fruit snacks. This is just an idea. Put what is necessary for you

  • Gayle Carter

    Emergency Car kit: Cover a box with scrap material (shoe box or wipe box) Put in a grocery bag for trash, wipes, a diaper, hand sanitizer, band aids, pain reliever, lotion, tissues, a safety pin, a hair elastic, a five dollar bill, a granola bar, a pen, Carmex, and some fruit snacks.

  • Kari Fritts

    Car Emergency Kit Empty Baby Wipes Container covered w/ scrap fabric. Contains: Grocery bag for trash Wipes Diaper Hand sanitizer Band aids Pain reliever Lotion Tissues Safety pin Hair band $5 bill Granola bar Pen Carmex Fruit snacks.. must do this!!

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