Whether it’s a small shed, a garage, or your whole house, these do-it-yourself emergency heaters really deliver. #urbansurvivalsite #wintersurvival #heater #diyheaters #diy
If you have some highly flammable firestarters with you, getting a good fire going will be a piece of cake. #urbansurvivalsite #firestarters #sawdust #diy #survival
After a major disaster, the convenience of bathrooms and toilets will become a fond memory. That’s why you need to build your own DIY emergency toilet. #urbansurvivalsite #diy #toilet #emergency #doityourself
I’ve known for a long time that PVC has many survival uses, but there were several ideas in this video I never thought of before.
While dealing with illness in a survival scenario requires a detailed, multi-faceted approach, being able to set up a medical quarantine room is an important first step.
Exploding targets that are cheap, easy, and safe to make! Shooting these is a lot of fun because they make a loud pop when you hit them. #urbansurvivalsite #bottleblasters #bottles #diy #upcycled
If the grid goes down and you’re sticking out the disaster at home, you’ll need an urban survival toilet. Here’s how to make one.
In this video, Black Scout Survival makes a gas mask with a bottle, a can, rubber bands, cotton rounds, duct tape, medical tape, and activated charcoal.
A simple and easy way to keep your feet warming in the winter that only costs a few dollars (if that). Watch this video to see how it’s done.
Here’s a quick and easy DIY stove tutorial that anyone can do. All you need is a soup can and an old fashioned can punch opener.