There are many reasons to make your own household products. You get to control the ingredients, save lots of money, and have a healthier pantry all at once.
You can purchase a fire piston online, but if you like DIY projects, you can make your own. This video explains how to make one from a mini flashlight.
If your town has a power outage, you’ll need to a way to wash clothes. You can buy a powerless washing machine, but it’s a lot cheaper to make your own.
If you’re living through a disaster, you can’t just run to the store for charcoal. You’ll need to make your own. Fortunately, it’s not that hard to make.
Here’s a great tip that could come in handy. This video explains how to charge a cell phone with a car charger, a house key, and a 9 volt battery.
Not only are tin can stoves an awesome way to repurpose some tin cans, they’re an exercise in inventiveness and creativity.
Candle making is a skill. Once you know the basics and how things work, you can create as many emergency candles as you want with just a few materials. #urbansurvivalsite #diy #candles #emergency #preparedness
There are many potential disasters to prepare for, but perhaps the one that deserves the most preparation is an EMP (electromagnetic pulse).
This is really cool. Bugout Channel made a video tutorial explaining how to make a portable phone charger with just a few things. Watch it here.
Soap making is not as hard as you think. Although it might sound complicated, it’s a skill our ancestors took for granted.