Survival hacks: over 200 ways to use everyday items for by Creek Stewart

By Creek Stewart

Turn daily goods into survival necessities!

could you be ready when you had to live to tell the tale within the desert? Survival specialist Creek Stewart stocks his cache of useful, easy-to-follow tips to assist you rework daily goods into worthy equipment which can retailer your existence. Survival Hacks takes you step by step via remodeling basic items like soda tabs and plant leaves into crucial survival tools.

This rough-and-rugged advisor covers every little thing from small-scale hacks, like utilizing sticks and twine to make a desk, to the massive stuff, like making a one-person emergency protect from a trash bag or purifying soiled water utilizing a plastic bottle and the solar. and you may be prepared at any place you select daily hold kits, pocket-sized survival kits, so you are by no means with out the fundamental instruments you must make it by yourself. Being ready could make the adaptation by way of your survival in an emergency. And Survival Hacks makes it plenty easier.

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Taper the ends so they slide into the tube opposite each other and form a snug fit when wedged together. This collar will hold them together surprisingly well and will not stretch with moisture as many lashings will. If the collar’s a bit loose, heat it over coals or a flame and it will shrink and tighten the fit. A $1 SLEEPING PAD OR FIRE REFLECTOR Available at most dollar stores, a reflective vehicle dashboard protector can be easily repurposed into a sleeping mat with the addition of a few inches of leaves or grass underneath.

CANOPY HACKS TRASH BAG SHELTER You’ve probably heard of using a trash bag as a poncho. However, not only can a trash bag be an incredible poncho, but it can serve as a surprisingly effective one-person shelter as well. As a kid I was taught to cut a head hole in the middle of the bottom of the bag and poke my arms out of 2 more holes cut at the corners. Wow, was this wrong! You only want to make a 2" cut about 1' down the fold from one of the bottom corners. When you make this cut across the fold it ends up being double that length when you open it up.

A dustpan (cleaned first of course) can be used as a quick diverter as well. Allow the stream to fall onto the pan and it will flow through the gutter-like handle into your container. DRINK WITH A BANDANA Many people completely overlook one of the best sources of water in a survival scenario—dew. The dew that collects on grass, rocks, and leaves is 100 percent safe to drink without purification. The trick is collecting it. I’ve experimented with many ways and have found the best collection method is to mop it up with a bandana or T-shirt and wring it out every few mops into a container.

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