Tuesday, November 19, 2013


As part of my ongoing series about what you can do to be a God-fearing, self-reliant, freedom-loving American...
Sanitation is a huge issue and in any sort of emergency often goes by the wayside.  But disease and sickness usually takes a much larger toll than the actual emergency.  A case in point is the typhoon that recently hit the Philippines.

The below reflects the “at a minimum” need for a family of 4 for a year:

QUANTITY                                                        WHERE TO BUY
1.  5 Cases of Toilet Paper                                   Costco
2.  3 Lg. Boxes Tampons/3 Lg. Boxes Pads        Costco
While embarrassing perhaps for some tampons are a huge deal and have many different uses...don't laugh.  Read more here:  http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/06/05/survival-tampon/
3. 4 Lg. Bottles Dawn Dish Soap                        Costco
4. 5 Lg. Pkgs. Of Bar Soap                                 Walmart
5. 5 Lg. Bottles of Shampoo                               Walmart
6. 16 Tubes of Toothpaste                                   Costco
7. 2 Lg. Pkgs. Toothbrushes                               Costco
8. 8 Gals. Bleach                                                Costco/Walmart
9. 8 Gals. White Vinegar
    2 Gals. “Real” Apple Cider Vinegar              Costco/Walmart
    -Get actual Apple Cider Vinegar.  Read the label, some are 
        just “flavored” only.
10. 4 Lg. Boxes Powdered Laundry Detergent  Costco
11. 2 Ea. Breathing Washer (You can wash clothes in 5 Gal. Bucket)    www.breathingwasher.com
12. 1 Awl  for Awl (A handy item to have to repair things)                    www.awlforall.com

As always I welcome your thoughts!

Semper Paratus,


1 comment:

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