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.
Rear projection TVs have several useful items inside, but the best one is the large Fresnel lens, which is basically a giant magnifying glass.
Candles are the easiest lights to synthesize in an emergency situation. Some of them even double for cooking and heating purposes.
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.
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.