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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Top 100 things that disappear from the stores in an emergency

1. generators
2. water filters/purifiers
3. portable toilets
4. seasoned firewood
5. lamp oil, wicks, lamps
6. all types of fuel: Coleman, propane, gasoline, kerosene, diesel
7. guns, ammo, pepper spray, knives, bows/arrows, clubs, bats, slingshots
8. hand can openers, hand egg beaters, whisks, paper/plastic plates & cups
9. honey, syrups, white & brown sugars
10. rice, beans
11. vegetable oil
12. charcoal & lighter fluids
13. water containers
14. mini heater head (propane)
15. grain grinder (non-electric)
16. small propane cyulinders and the adapter to refill from larger size
17. goats, chickens, pigeons, ducks, rabbits, milk cows
18. mantles: Aladdin, Coleman, etc.
19. baby supplies: diapers, formula, ointments, otc meds, etc
20. washboards, mop bucket w/wringer (for laundry)
21. cook stoves (Propane, Coleman, kerosene)
22. vitamins
23. propane cylinder handle-holder. Small cannister use is dangerous without this item.
24. feminine hygiene, hair care, skin products
25. thermal underwear, tops and bottoms
26. bow saws, axes, hatchets and wedges
27. aluminum foil
28. gasoline containers
29. garbage bags
30. toilet paper, Kleenex, paper towels
31. milk, powdered & canned
32. heirloom garden seeds
33. clothespins, clothesline
34. Coleman pump repair kit
35. canned tuna
36. fire extinguuishers
37. first aid kits
38. batteries
39. garlic, spices, vinegar
40. big dogs and dry dog food
41. flour, yeast & salt
42. matches (wooden matches go first)
43. writing paper, pads, pens, pencils, solar calculators
44. insulated ice chests
45. work boots, belts, Levis & work shirts
46. flashlights, light sticks (stock up on these at after-Halloween sales!)
47. journals, diaries & scrapbooks
48. plastic garbage cans
49. personal hygiene: shampoo, toothbrush/toothpaste/Listerine, soap
50. cast iron cookware
51. fishing supplies & tools
52. mosquito coils & repellants
53. duct tape and WD40
54. tarps, stakes, line
55. candles
56. laundry detergent
57. backpacks and duffel bags
58. garden tools & supplies
59. scissors, fabrics & sewing supplies
60. canned food
61. bleach, 4 to 6% sodium hypochlorite
62. canning supplies: jars, lids, rings, canners (especially extra flat lids)
63. knife sharpening supplies
64. bicycles, tires, pumps, chains, etc
65. sleeping bags, blankets, pads
66. battery powered carbon monoxide alarm
67. board games, cards, dice
68. rat poison, roach killer
69. mousetraps, ant traps
70. hand crank and/or solar powered radios
71. baby wipes, baby oil, antibacterial gel
72. rain gear
73. shaving supplies
74. hand pumps, siphons and plastic tubing
75. soy sauce, bouillon cubes, instant gravies, soup mixes
76. reading glasses
77. instant beverage mixes: cocoa, lemonade, Tang, Kool-Aid
78. Coleman and kerosene lanterns
79. woolen clothing: coats, mittens, scarves
80. hats & bandannas
81. gloves: latex, wool, work, gardening
82. graham crackers, saltines, pretzels, trail mix, jerky
83. popcorn, peanut butter, nuts
84. socks, underwear
85. lumber and plywood
86. wagons and carts
87. cots and inflatable mattresses
88. atomizers
89. wire of all types: bailing, fencing, barbed, electrical (all gauges)
90. screen patches, glue, nails
91. tea, coffee
92. cigarettes and roll-your-own tobacco and papers
93. wine and liquor
94. candies and dried fruits
95. screws, nuts and bolts
96. chewing gum
97. stop smoking patches and gum
98. otc medicines of all kinds: analgesics, antibacterials, antacids, etc
99. nails, string, twine, rope, spikes
100. basic hand tools: hammers, screwdrivers, wrenches, etc

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