80 EMERGENCY ESSENTIALS TO STOCK UP ON

80 EMERGENCY ESSENTIALS TO STOCK UP ON

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Emergency Items
1. Generators
2. Water Containers
3. Water filters, purifiers, water tablets, and water testing kits
4. Portable toilets, wood shavings & plastic bags
5. Seasoned firewood
6. Coleman fuel

Emergency Items
7. Lamp oil, wicks, mantles, oil lamps
8. Charcoal, lighter fluid
9. Gasoline containers
10. Propane cylinders
11. Lanterns with batteries that are rechargeable and a solar powered battery charger.
12. Solar thermal water heater

Emergency Items
13. Survival Guide Book, The Boy Scout Manual
14. Fire Extinguishers
15. Batteries
16. Matches
17. Flashlights
18. Fishing supplies/tools
19. Mosquito coils/repellent, sprays/creams
20. Mousetraps, ant traps & cockroach magnets

Emergency Items
21. Duct tape
22. Super glue
23. Tools – hammer, allen wrenches, files etc. propane soldering iron, solder
24. Candles
25. Garden tools & supplies
26. Garden Seeds (Non-Hybrid)
27. Washboards, Mop Bucket with wringer for Laundry
28. Cook Stoves (Propane, Coleman & Kerosene)

Emergency Items
29. Cast iron cookware – Dutch ovens
30. Insulated ice chests
31. Can openers, & hand egg beaters, whisks, kitchen utensils.
32. Honey/Syrups/white, brown sugar
33. Rice – beans – wheat
34. Garlic, spices & vinegar, baking supplies
35. Flour, yeast & salt

Emergency Items
36. Vegetable oil
37. Tuna fish
38. Canned fruits, vegetables, soups, stews, etc.
39. Crackers, pretzels, trail mix, jerky
40. Popcorn, peanut butter, nuts
41. Milk – powdered & condensed
42. Paper plates, cups, utensils
43. Canning supplies
Emergency Items
44. Feminine Hygiene
45. Haircare, mouthcare, skincare products – including bars of soap
46. Shaving supplies
47. Toilet paper, kleenex, paper towels
48. Baby wipes, oils, waterless & antibacterial soap
49. Baby supplies (if needed): Diapers, formula, ointments, aspirin, etc.

Emergency Items
50. First aid kits
51. Chapstick
52. Vitamins
53. Prescription medications, antibiotics, pain meds, Diphenhydramine (Benadryl) tablets.
54. VINEGAR, food preservation, flavoring, tenderizing, antibacterial, cleaning and MANY other uses!

Emergency Items
55. Bow saws, axes and hatchets
56. Garbage cans
57. Garbage bags
58. Clothesline, clothespins
59. Aluminum foil
60. Writing paper, pencils, solar calculators

Emergency Items
61. Heavy duty work boots, belts, jeans & work shirts
62. Shoe laces
63. Rain gear, rubberized boots, etc.
64. Woolen clothing: socks, scarves, ear-muffs, mittens
65. Socks, underwear, t-shirts, etc.
66. Hats & bandanas
67. Thermal underwear

Emergency Items

68. Gloves – work/warming/gardening, etc
69. Scissors, fabrics & sewing supplies
70. Reading glasses
71. Laundry detergent
72. Bleach
73. Knives & sharpening tools: files, stones, steel

Emergency Items
74. Sleeping bags & blankets/pillows/mats
75. Backpacks, duffel bags
76. Cots & inflatable mattresses
77. Tarps, stakes, twine, nails, rope, spikes
78. Hand pumps & siphons (for water and for fuels)
79. Wagons & utility carts (for transport to and from)

And last but not least….
80. KNOWLEDGE and TRAINING can’t be over-estimated!

These will do more for you than all the supplies in the world. No point having the best gear and supplies around if you don’t know how to use use them. Plus, supplies WILL run out. When that happens, what will you do?

There is a LOT more to surviving than a list of supplies…but a list is a great place to start!

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