Here are some examples of things you should stop throwing away and start setting aside. Remember, during long-term disasters almost everything has a use.
Ponchos are a great way to stay dry in the rain, but did you know there are also many prepper uses for ponchos? A poncho can be a prepper’s best friend.
Borax can be used to clean almost anything around the house and it takes up very little space, leaving you room to store other things.
If you’re a prepper, you almost can’t have too many trash bags. As you’ll see, there are many things you can do with them.
Aluminum foil is possibly the most versatile item in your kitchen. For this post I’m going to focus on uses that might interest preppers and homesteaders.
7 Trumpets Prepper recorded a video where he shows step by step how he build a custom bicycle generator. This would be a great thing to have.
Sensible Prepper made a great video tutorial on how to make a penny can stove. This contraption costs next to nothing to make, and it’s very efficient.
If you’re prepping on a budget, be sure to add some pantyhose to your supplies. Here are 20 ways you can use pantyhose for survival.
Just about anything can be re-purposed for some other use, particularly in a survival situation. These four items could come in handy when the SHTF.
I found a great video on how to build a rocket stove using only 16 bricks. I had heard about this method but had never tried it.