Survive a Blackout with These Seven Survival Hacks

February 26, 2015 / Comments (3)

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Another cold front is sweeping over the US, and with the cold weather, snow and ice come certain challenges.

Many people have already experienced power outages, leaving them without a source of heat or light…

Of course, as preppers we know to always be prepared for these situations with flashlights, candles, lighters, matches, extra blankets and other supplies.

Still, there are times when even we are caught off guard and aren’t as prepared as we should have been. (Hey, it happens to the best of us.)

But don’t fret. Even in those sticky situations, you can make makeshift light and heat sources using items around the house.

Household Hacker has come out with seven tricks which could make a huge difference should a natural disaster occur. Just a few simple household items are all that is required to ensure your zombie-free camp is the best zombie-free camp.

And if the Apocalypse doesn’t occur in your lifetime – at least you have a few party tricks up your sleeve!

Click here to see these seven awesome survival hacks in action.


Do you have any DIY survival hacks of your own? Share them in the comments.

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3 Responses to :
Survive a Blackout with These Seven Survival Hacks

  1. disqus_qiB0euZy39 says:

    Here’s an eighth consideration during a blackout. For those who get their water from a well, you may want to check out the Emergency Well Tube. This backup tool allows water to be drawn from a well without electricity. There’s virtually an endless supply of water right on your property, it’s important to maintain access to that water!

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