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Build your own DIY emergency kit to prepare for the unexpected. Floods, shortages, earthquakes, hurricane, tornadoes. You never know!

How to Put Together an Emergency Preparedness Kit

"It doesn’t matter where you live, you are susceptible to an earthquake, hurricane, snow storm, power outage, flood, etc. and any of these things could leave you and your family stranded at home for a few days without power or electricity." Emergency kit item lists for your car, pet, home and family. Good info.

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.Finally, when the bag is filled up 2/3 the volume of the bowl, add a good amount of quicklime, wood ash or use dirt with a little bit of a chlorine solution sprayed in it. Seal bag, replace. Store in sealed bucket if possible.

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