Category Archives: Survival Hygiene

  • David Adams Feb 21, 2017

    Prepping Tips For Ladies

    Prepping Tips For Ladies

    Alright…I’m going to talk about something today that doesn’t get addressed too often by the prepping community…and that’s prepping tips for ladies. We don’t talk about this that often – but the fact is, once SHTF, about half of the population that gets affected is going to be women. And women have certain specific needs… Read More

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  • David Adams Feb 10, 2017

    8 Survival Uses For Mouthwash

    8 Survival Uses For Mouthwash

    I think it’s fair to say most all of us know the basic uses for mouthwash…I mean, swishing and spitting is pretty easy for healthy teeth and gums, right? Well, I’ll tell you what…mouthwash isn’t just for rinsing out your mouth anymore. In fact, there’s a ton of different ways this miracle liquid will help you… Read More

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  • David Adams Jan 13, 2017

    16 Homeless Survival Tips For How To Survive On The Streets

    16 Homeless Survival Tips For How To Survive On The Streets

    Now I’m sure that we can agree that most of us wouldn’t CHOOSE to be homeless; however, there are a surprising amount of homeless survival tips out there for how to survive on the streets. This information will be crucial once SHTF, or if you do find yourself homeless one day due to natural disaster,  financial… Read More

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  • David Adams May 21, 2016

    8 Natural Ways To Keep Spiders Away

    8 Natural Ways To Keep Spiders Away

    I have been itching (literally) to write a post about how to keep spiders away…mostly because I find them to be creepy and ugly (not to mention walking through their webs makes my skin crawl). Plus, just one bite from certain species of spiders can either injure you or become fatal. However, I do recognize… Read More

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  • David Adams May 7, 2016

    Easy Steps To Make Soap For Survival

    Easy Steps To Make Soap For Survival

    Well, the government is at it again (and, of course, not in a good way) – they’re attempting to make it extremely hard for preppers to make soap for survival. Homemade soap is a wonderful thing; it contains natural ingredients, often smells better than store-bought soaps and comes without the hefty price tag. However, big corporations are… Read More

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  • David Adams May 4, 2016

    Sepsis Prevention For Preppers

    Sepsis Prevention For Preppers

    It’s not often that people talk about sepsis prevention for preppers. I think this is mostly because many survivalists (and non-survivalists alike) are completely unaware that sepsis exists, and therefore have no idea how to prevent it. The scary thing is that one burn, one cut, or one scrape could lead to sepsis (and death when left untreated). My job… Read More

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  • Damian Campbell Mar 12, 2015

    7 Ways To Stay Clean Without Running Water

    7 Ways To Stay Clean Without Running Water

    Survival Hygiene Without Modern Conveniences   Growing up in the Rockies I heard many Mountain Man stories. I have patterned most of my prepper and survival philosophy after them, and think that they are a good example for many things a prepper should emulate.   Staying clean without running water is not one of them…. Read More

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