Nice clothes washing kit that would be a nice, no-power addition to a long-term emergency preparedness set up. NOTE: You could store two buckets, stack one inside of the other. Use one bucket for the soapy water and the other for the rinse water.
Laundry Pod - It uses less than 3 gallons of water and zero electricity. Simply place your clothes inside, fill with water and soap then spin the handle on the lid. Use between loads, for delicates, or for clothes that will bleed.
How to preserve eggs. Use mineral oil on eggs. I had no idea you could preserve eggs (unrefridgerated) for months by coating them with mineral oil! Alternatives to mineral oil: Jojoba oil or Kepeg (though not sure of the chemical makeup of Kpeg).
waterBOB- Emergency Drinking Water Storage: heavy duty food grade FDA approved plastic bladder put in any standard bathtub, attach the fill sock to the faucet and fill to capacity. In about 20 minutes you'll have 100 gallons.
Designed by a nurse, this First Aid Kit will have you prepared for just about any emergency you could encounter. Tons of great ideas on what to include for your own! Via A Bowl Full of Lemons. Part of a whole series on emergency preparedness.
Survival Zombie Apocalypse: ~ Laundry Without Electricity. During the winter, if you’re going to hang your clothes outside to dry, add a bit of salt to the water to keep frost from forming on your clothes and stop them from freezing.