100 Items You Need To Plan Ahead For Disasters

100 Items You Need To Plan Ahead For Disasters

It Wasn’t Raining When Noah Built The Ark!

If economists are right, these are the 100 items you need to plan ahead for disasters, namely the pending Great Depression of the 2020s.

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And if that’s not bad enough, there are news headlines about another round of COVID-19 in the fall, and WAR talk!

If you believe any of it, and I do, we should all be preparing and buying everything we can think of that we’ll need for basic survival.

Must Have Basics To Have During Disasters

Here’s a list of basic “must haves” that shouldn’t be overlooked.

  1. Alternative protein
  2. Hats and cotton handkerchiefs
  3. Atomizers
  4. Candy
  5. Glue, nails, nuts, bolts, screws, etc.
  6. Paraffin wax
  7. Wine, liquor
  8. Cigarettes, tobacco, rolling paper
  9. Herbal remedies
  10. Tea, coffee
  11. Patches (Flex Seal)
  12. Lantern hangers
  13. Gloves
  14. Cots, inflatable mattresses
  15. Wagons, carts
  16. Lumber
  17. Socks, underwear, T-shirts
  18. Popcorn, peanut butter, nuts
  19. Graham crackers, saltines, pretzels, trail mix, jerky
  20. Aluminum window insulation
  21. Camping handbook
  22. Woolen clothing, scarves, ear muffs, mittens
  23. Compass, fishing line, Swiss Army Knife
  24. Chocolate, cocoa, Tang, water flavors
  25. Reading glasses
  26. Soy sauce, vinegar, gravy, soup base, bouillons
  27. Hand pump, siphon
  28. Shaving razor, creams, talc, after shave
  29. Rain gear, boots, hip waders
  30. Baby wipes, diapers, tampons, oils, anti-bacterial soap
  31. Paper plates, cups, utensils
  32. Mousetraps, ant traps, cockroach magnets
  33. Rat poison, roach killer
  34. Board games, cards, dice
  35. Carbon monoxide alarm
  36. Sleeping bags, blankets, pillows, mats
  37. Bicycles, tires, tubes, pumps, chains
  38. Knives, sharpening tools, files, stones, steel
  39. Canning supplies
  40. Bleach
  41. Canned fruits, vegetables, soups, stews, beans
  42. Scissors, fabrics, sewing supplies
  43. Garden tools, supplies
  44. Backpacks, duffel bags
  45. Laundry detergent
  46. Candles, candle making equipment
  47. Tarps, stakes, twine, nails, rope, spikes
  48. Duct tape
  49. Mosquito coils, repellent, sprays, creams
  50. Fishing supplies, tools
  51. Cast iron cookware
  52. Hygiene shampoo, toothbrush, toothpaste, mouthwash, floss, nail clippers
  53. Garbage cans
  54. Journals, diaries, scrapbooks
  55. Flashlights, light sticks, torches
  56. Work boots, belts, Levi’s, durable shirts
  57. Ice chests
  58. Writing paper, pads, pencils, solar calculators
  59. Strike Anywhere matches
  60. Flour, yeast, salt
  61. Dogs
  62. Guns, ammunition, pepper spray, knives, clubs, bats, slingshots
  63. Garlic, spices, vinegar, baking supplies
  64. Batteries
  65. First aid kits
  66. Fire extinguishers, baking soda
  67. Tuna
  68. Coleman’s pump repair kid
  69. Clothes pins, line, hangers
  70. Garden seeds
  71. Milk, powered, condensed
  72. Toilet paper (bamboo), Kleenex, paper towels
  73. Garbage bags
  74. Gasoline containers
  75. Aluminum foil
  76. Saws, axes, hatchets, wedges, honing oil
  77. Thermal underwear
  78. Feminine hygiene, hair care, skin products.
  79. Propane cylinder
  80. Vitamins
  81. Cook stoves: propane, Coleman, kerosene
  82. Washboards
  83. Baby supplies, diapers, formula, ointments, neosporin
  84. Kerosene lamps, oil, wicks
  85. Propane cylinders
  86. Grain grinder
  87. Mini heater
  88. Water containers
  89. Charcoal lighter fluid
  90. Vegetable oil
  91. Rice, beans
  92. Honey, syrups, white, brown sugars, molasses
  93. Hand can openers, hand egg beater, whisk
  94. Coleman fuel
  95. Lamp oil
  96. Portable toilet
  97. Portable shower
  98. Water filters, purifiers
  99. Generators
  100. Seasoned fire wood

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