There are countless ways to use metal coffee cans on your homestead or for survival. You just have to be creative. Here are 21 ideas.
Plastic bottles can be used as a scoop, to make a bowl, make a spoon, make a funnel, to collect edibles, to start seeds, and more.
Although most people only use Ziploc bags for storing food, there are at least a dozen other ways to use them in a survival scenario.
Every time you go to the store, you’re offered free survival supplies. I’m talking about plastic bags. They could save your life, or at least help you out.
Learn about alternative bobby pin uses such as: money clip, nail holder, zipper pull, sewing needle, screwdriver, lock pick, bookmark, clothespin, and more. #urbansurvivalsite #bobbypins #survivalhacks #survivaltips #upcycling
When you’re making a survival kit or bug out bag, it’s best to pack items that have multiple uses. Believe it or not, chapstick has at least 20 uses. #urbansurvivalsite #chapstick #survivalhacks #survivaltips #upcycling
Coconut oil is one of the most popular multipurpose foods in the world. But most people don’t know is that it also has many uses in a survival scenario .
Duct tape is one of the most versatile products ever. MacGyver types have found uses for duct tape that most people would never dream of.
Sensible Prepper is known for his “uses for” videos about things like condoms, liquor, and paper clips. Here he talks about survival uses for tampons.
4 out of 5 Americans drink coffee, so odds are you have coffee filters and grounds. Learn how you can use them in a long-term disaster.