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Master List of Prepping Supplies  
  1. Alcohol  – Even if you don't drink, preppers should stock alcohol: rubbing
    alcohol for first aid and also spirits for bartering.
  2. Antibiotics You may not have access to antibiotics from the doctor, so
    consider the natural antibiotics available to you now.
  3. Antibacterials Good hygiene is the start of being happy and healthy. Go
    beyond antibacterial soap and find options.
  4. Antiseptics – Neosporin (or polysporin if you are allergic) are only the
    beginning.
  5. Ammunition.
  6. Aspirin 11 Weird (and not so weird) uses of aspirin for preppers.
  7. Axe / hatchet and sharpener for wood chopping. Learn also about the
    importance of a Pulaski axe.
  8. Bic lighter.
  9. BlanketsStock up on both mylar and wool blankets. Mylar is lightweight and
    helps you retain 90% of body heat (it's essential for you bugout bag). A fire-
    resistant wool blanket for first aid is a valuable prep to own and ideal for
    Winterizing your vehicle.
  10. Bleach 10 Things you should know about bleach before you buy too much.
    Consider Steramine tablets, right, as a bleach alternative.
  11. Bugout bag
  12. Bugout bike
  13. Boots (hiking, work boots). Stash an extra pair of good walking shoes in your
    car and another at the office.
  14. Borax
  15. Bucket Openers. Pry open your food storage buckets easily with a bucket
    opener.
  16. Buckets of Emergency Food. Bulk Emergency food (three months minimum)
  17. Cable ties
  18. Camp stove
  19. Camp solar shower.
  20. Compass and maps
  21. Communications (cell phone, weather Radio, CB, HAM radio, two wave radio,
    walkie talkies)
  22. Candles (emergency candles) and candlemaking supplies
  23. Canned foodmeats, fruits, vegetables, soups, stews, stocks
  24. Can Openers – multiples for redundancy
  25. Carts – hauling food, water, wood, and equipment
  26. Chemical suit.
  27. Chewing gum. Chew on this: Gum could help save your life in a survival
    situation and we'll show you how, so don't over look this inexpensive part of
    your preps!
  28. Cigarettes  – for tinder and bartering
  29. Citrus - prevent scurvy malnutrition.
  30. Cordage - paracord
  31. Dehydrator
  32. Duct tape
  33. Dental aid dental medic kit, dental wax, braces kit
  34. Dental Hygiene –  dental floss, toothbrushes, toothpaste, mouthwash (which
    is an antiseptic!)
  35. Disinfectants (chlorine bleach, Steramine tablets)
  36. Drink mixes, powdered milk, and other emergency drinks
  37. Essential Oils. When medicines are not available, preppers will be turning to
    wisdom of the centuries with tinctures and essential oils.
  38. Electrolytes – Pedialyte, Saltstick Electrolyte Capsules
  39. Epsom Salt
  40. Flashlights – LED, hand crank, and solar
  41. Flu Mask
  42. Firearms (guns and ammunition)
  43. Fire extinguishers
  44. Fire starters – BIC lighter, matches (including waterproof matches), flint, fire
    steel, magnesium fire starter
  45. Freeze dried foods Augason Farms, Honeyville Farms, Mountain House,
    Legacy Foods, bucket of potatoes.
  46. Fishing gear – fishing pole and reel, fishing line, lures, swivels, sinkers, tackle
    box
  47. First Aid supplies – bandages, butterfly bandages, finger cots, finger splints,
    smelling salts, (see also Medic Bag)
  48. Fuel – kerosene, propane, white gas
  49. Gas Mask – Nuclear Biological and Chemical (NBC) gas mask
  50. Gardening tools – rake, hoe, planters (see also shovel and spade)
  51. Generator
  52. Grains
  53. Grain mill
  54. Hammer and nails
  55. Heirloom, non-GMO Survival Seeds.
  56. Home defense tools – barbed wire
  57. Homestead supplies – chicken wire (aka poultry netting) and garden staples,
  58. Hunting – alternate gear including, BB gun, crossbow, snare wire, slingshot,
    pellet gun
  59. Hygiene – cloth diapers, plastic diapers, sanitary napkins or tampons, adult
    diapers, wipes
  60. Hydrogen peroxide
  61. Immunity Boosters - Vitamins
  62. Knives (fixed blade knives)
  63. Knives (folding knives )
  64. Lanterns  – solar, gas, hand crank
  65. Laundryoff grid washing machine, centrifugal dryer, washboards, clothes
    pins and washing line
  66. Pandemic Personal Protective Equipment – chemical and splash resistant,
    disposable clothing, booties  pandemic mask, goggles, nitrile gloves, gauntlet
    gloves
  67. Protein bars, energy bars, cereal bars, granola bars
  68. Manual kitchen tools – butter churn, cheesecloth, cheese wax, manual egg
    beater,  manual knife sharpener, juice press, corn husker, heavy duty apple
    /potato peeler, pea sheller.
  69. Mason jars
  70. Medic Bag and first responder supplies – scalpels, Quickclot
  71. Morale boosters – chewing gum, coffee, hard candy, desserts
  72. Powdered milk.
  73. Pressure cooker – for home canning
  74. Rain barrels
  75. Rice and beans
  76. Respirator – Niosh certified (e.g., N100 or N95)
  77. Salt
  78. Saw, plus saw horses, clamp
  79. Screwdriver and screws
  80. Seed vault (non-GMO, heirloom seeds)
  81. Sewing Kit –  sewing notions (needles, thread, sewing awl), patterns, treadle-
    powered sewing machine
  82. Soap laundry
  83. Solar chargers  – cell phone solar batteries
  84. Shoe repair –inserts, laces (or thin paracord), rubber heels savers and soles.
    Shoe Goo
  85. Shovel and spade
  86. Silver and colloidal silver
  87. Spices
  88. SuperGlue
  89. Survival Guide(we recommend Mykel Hawke’s Survival Guide)
  90. Steramine tablets, pictured left
  91. Tarps (green or camouflaged, not blue)
  92. Tent, car camper recreational vehicle, temporary shelter or bugout location
  93. Toilet paper
  94. Thermometer, no touch (infrared) or disposable, digital and analog
  95. Vaseline
  96. Vinegar
  97. Vehicle essentials – jumper cables, fluids, tire repair kit, tire chains, tow straps
  98. WD-40  –  a good all-around lubricant
  99. Wood, seasoned.
  100. Water filtration system and water purification system (there is a difference).
  101. Water Storage. If you have kids, you'll want a 260-gallon water tank that will
    ensure a family of four has water for three months.
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