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All preppers are bound to find themselves in possession of wood ashes at some point. Whether it’s from your fire place, a campfire, or elsewhere, you’re going to have a big pile of ashes. So why not doing something useful with it?
Believe it or not, wood ashes are incredibly versatile. You can use them to make soap, remove stains, eliminate odors, feed plants, treat wounds, preserve food, get rid of pests, and much more. Mental Scoop made a list of 30 uses for wood ashes.
The author writes, “If you’ve got a fireplace or fire pit full of wood ashes and would like to find a more useful purpose for them than simply tossing them in the trash, read on!” Follow the link below to keep reading.