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noproblemo2

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Survival List Example
« on: August 17, 2010, 06:03:54 PM »
Here is a place to make lists for the aftertime.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2010, 06:05:45 PM »
Not sure this is the right area to post this, but this is my survivl list I am going by.
First Aid Kit
Medical
(1) 500mg. Amoxicillin 100  Capsules
(3) 500mg. Penicillin 100 Capsules 
(3) 1.5oz tube
(3) 1lb. blocks Bees Wax
(144) Neosporin Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(3) Celox-A Applicator Plunger Sets with 6g Celox
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills
(1) Bayer Aspirin 325mg - 400 tablets
(1) 200mg. Advil – 350 tablets
(2) 10oz bottles Nyquil
(280) N95 Respirator Masks
(80) 3M 8511 N95 Masks
(2) Imodium A-D Anti Diarrhea 48 pills
(72) pouches of 2 caplets Imodium A-D
(6) UNISOM (Doxylamine Succinate) 25mg - 48 tablets
(12) 25mg Benadryl 124 tablets
(1) Snake bite kit
(1) Dental First Aid Kit
(1) tube Orajel
(4) 3.53oz jars Vick’s VapoRub
(2) 16oz. Hydrogen Peroxide
(4) Ace Instant Cold Compress
(2) 32oz. Bottles Rubbing Alcohol 70%
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills 
(1) Tactical Trauma First Responder 
(1) Blood pressure cuff kit, adult
(1) Cervical collar
(1) Stethoscope
(1) Pen light
(2) Sutures
(1) First aid book
( Pair exam. gloves
(10) Abdominal pad 5”x9”
(6) Safety pins
(2) Casualty blanket 84”x52” Silver/OD
(1) Hand sanitizer 2oz.
(1) Calamine lotion 6oz.
(1) Hand soap
(6) After bite wipes
(1) Sam Splint/Universal splint
(1) 6” elastic bandage
(10) 4” X 4” Sterile sponges
(2) 1” Tape
(2) Blood stopper kit
(5) Eye pad
(2) Triangular bdg. 40”x40”x56”
(16) 1”x3” bandage strip
(5) Butterfly strip
(5) 2”x4” Bandage strip
(10) Knuckle bandage
(2) Ice pack
(1) EMT shears
(2) SS Hemostats
(1) Tweezers
(1) Scalpel handle #3
(2) Scalpel blades
(5) Tongue depressor
(1) CPR mask
(45) Antiseptic wipes
(5) Ammonia inhalants
(2) Airways
(3) Multi Trauma dressing 12” x 30”
(1) Eye wash 4oz.
(10) Triple antibiotic
(5) Burn Aid package
(1) Landers Frary & Clark CDV-715 Radiation Survey Meter
(1) 1 lb. bottle Powdered Zinc Oxide USP
(1) 8 oz. bottle RITE-DENT Eugenol USP
Xtra Meds

Hygiene 
(52) Gillette Disposable Razors
Kotex/Tampax
(2) 1.5Liter Bottles Listerine
(1410) Q-tips
(96) Bars Soap
(330) rolls two ply toilet paper 
(50) Glad 30gal. Trash Bags
(1) Portable Toilet Kit Snap on 5gal. Bucket with snap on Toilet Lid
(4) Antiperspirant

VHF Handheld
Thermal Clothes
Winter Coats
Fire Extinguishers
Bow and Arrows
Canteens
Rope
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(2) Emergency Blankets
Fire Starters
Paper, Pencils, Pens



Flour Canned
Sugar Canned
Baking Soda
Baking Powder
Salt
Molasses
Condiments
55lb table Salt
(2) 30oz. Bottles Mustard
(1) 6lb Black Pepper
(3) 44oz. Bottles Ketchup
(2) 15oz Bottles A1 Sauce
(2) Cider Vinegar
(2) 1 gal. Bottles White Vinegar
Coffee
Can Goods
Box Milk 50
Box Juices 100
Apple Cider Vinegar 5 Gallons
Garlic
Pineapple
Honey 2 Gallons
Beans 50 #’s
Rice 50#’s
Pastas
Soups
Tuna 50 Cans
Spam
Can Bacon
(2) #10 Provident Pantry Freeze Dried Peas (48 servings)
(32) 15oz cans  whole corn
(4) 14 ¾ oz cans Creamed Corn
(24) 15oz cans tomato paste
( 14.5oz cans Diced tomatoes
( 15oz cans early peas
(4) 15oz cans Sweet Peas   
(2) 40oz Canned Yams


 
(24) 26oz cans Spaghetti sauce

Grains, Bread, Cereals, and pastas
( #10 cans Mountain House White Rice (18 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Rice & Chicken (8 cups per can)
(1) #10 Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki W/Rice (9.5 cups)
(6) #10 Mountain House Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce (10 cups per can)
( #10 Mountain House Macaroni & Cheese (10 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Beef Stroganoff W/Noodles (10 cups per can)
(6) #10 Mountain House Lasasgna w/meat & Sauce (10 cups per can)
(12) 10 ¾ oz cans Chicken Noodle Soup
(4) 26oz cans Chicken with Rice Soup
(2) 4.5lb boxes Quaker Oats (100 servings)
(1) 28lbs elbow macaroni
(1) 34lbs Spaghetti
(1) 60lb All Purpose Flour
(1) 1lb pack #1 Fleischmann’s yeast
(2) 7oz. cans baking powder
(2) #10 Baking Powder (10 lbs)

Baking Powder is a faster rising substitute for yeast in biscuits, etc.

Meat & Protein
 (45lbs)
(27) 12oz cans SPAM Oven Roasted Turkey (20.25 lbs)
(48) 12oz cans SPAM canned meat (36 lbs)
(24) 14oz cans Chicken Broth 
(22) 6oz. cans Chunk Tuna
(34) 28oz cans Baked Beans
(10) 15oz. cans Chili with Beans

(1) 8lb Dried Red Kidney Beans
(1) 8lb Dried Black Eyed Peas
(1) 8lb Dried Lima Beans
(132) 7.75oz cans Beannie Weanees (64 lbs)
(36) 9oz. cans Yoder’s canned Bacon (20.25 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked hamburger (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork sausage (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork chunks (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked beef chunks (21 lbs)
(24) 14.5oz cans Barbeque Pork
(2) 3.4lb can of Planters Peanuts
(2) 40oz. jars Peanut Butter

Dairy
( cans evaporated milk
(2) #10 cans Honeyville powdered buttermilk
(2) 30oz. cans Monterey Jack canned cheese (3.75 lbs)


Fats & Oils
(4) 1 gal. Corn Oil
(2) #10 cans Crisco
(24) Red Feather canned butter
(2) 9oz cans PAM cooking spray

Note: Corn oil has a shelf life of about 2 years before it goes rancid but Crisco has a shelf life of 3-5 years.

Sweets
(2) 5lb bottle honey (10lb)
(1) 7lb bag brown sugar
(1) 60lb white sugar
(2) 32oz  Jelly
( 2lb jars Strawberry Jam
(12) 24oz. jars  Molasses (18lbs)



Freeze Dried Meals 365
Freeze Dried Meats
Freeze Dried Fruits
Freeze Dried Veggies 150


Cat Food 450 #’s
Cat Litter 300 #’s
Dog Food 100 #’s
Chickens
Scratch


LP
Sleeping Bags 2
Fishing Poles 2
Hooks
Flashlights 4
Batteries LOTS
Candles LOTS
Matches
Lighters
Oil Lamps 2
Oil For Lamps
Bleach 50 Gallons
Laundry Soap
Dish Soap
Paper Plates
Hand Can Opener
Toothpaste 20 Tubes
Toothbrushes -6
Floss
TP 300 Rolls


Rum
Beer
Coke
Wine
Water


Plant Seeds 50 Packets
Plant Food


Tools
(1) 21” Bow Saw w/extra blades
(1) Shovel, foldable
(1) Claw Hammer
(1) Handsaw, crosscut
(1) Axe, single blade
(1) Pick Axe
(1) Maul
(1) Large Crowbar
(1) Ladder
(1) 4lb Hand Sledge Hammer
(1) Cold Chisel
(1) Diamond Honing Block Knife sharpener
(1) Nicholson 8” Axe File
(1) Set of Phillips head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Flat head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Allen wrenches
(1) Socket Set w/ratchets
(1) Razor Knife w/100 spare blades

« Last Edit: April 15, 2011, 07:21:36 PM by BajaSusan »

noproblemo2

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2010, 07:55:35 PM »
Few more things that are really good for you also.
Almonds

Almonds are chock full of helpful vitamins and are great stress relievers.  They are packed with vitamin B2, vitamin E, magnesium and zinc.  B vitamins and magnesium are involved in the production of serotonin, which helps regulate mood and relieve stress. However, since they are high in fat, eat almonds in moderation.  Almonds give you a mood lift and stress-reducing boost that’s a zillion times better than anything in the office vending machine or your cabinet candy stash.

Bananas

Bananas are a magical food supply.  They not only give you a boost of energy when you need it the most but they are also quick and easy to eat.  Bananas are loaded with potassium, a vital mineral for keeping blood pressure low.  If you find yourself lagging in energy and need a boost especially in the afternoon, then bananas are the food to do it – peel and enjoy!

Blueberries

These little blue miracle workers are jam packed with antioxidants and vitamin C, which are potent stress busters.  Blueberries are also low in calories and a good source of fiber to help relieve the cramps and bloating that can happen with stress.  Try them with cottage cheese or a snack on their own.


Broccoli

Yet another food that is chock-full of stress-relieving B vitamins, broccoli has the added benefit containing folic acid – which helps relieve stress and anxiety.  Broccoli is packed with nutrients and is so virtuously low-cal that you’ll be saved any diet stress.  Broccoli is a delicious vegetable that can be eaten raw or cooked and is an excellent stress reliever.


Cantaloupe and Cottage Cheese

Fruit  great for snacking in the office or at home. It is a stress free way of getting some healthy food inside you quickly and are full of vitamins and minerals.  Cantaloupe is an excellent source of vitamin C, which is crucial in combating stress.  Since cottage cheese is a good source of vitamins B2 and B12, mixing it with cantaloupe for breakfast of a midday snack will help you banish your feelings of anxiety.


Fatty Fish

Heart healthy Omega 3 fatty acids can be found in fish such as salmon and tuna which manages adrenaline levels to help keep you calm, cool and collected.  Most types of fish are full of B vitamins, particularly the renowned stress fighter B12 which is one of the most important vitamins involved in the synthesis of the “happy” brain chemical serotonin. 

Milk

Milk is high in vitamins B2 and B12, as well as protein and calcium – dairy products make you feel both relaxed and give you energy.  Milk also contains antioxidants that help destroy free radicals associated with stress.  Have a bowl of whole-grain cereal and low-fat milk in the morning to start your day with a stress-fighting breakfast.

 
Quinoa (pronounced Keen Wah)

This is the only whole grain in the world that contains all of the essential amino acids needed in the body.  Quinoa is high in protein and is the easiest protein to digest.  It contains more than 10 vitamins and minerals including magnesium which can help reduce stress headaches.

 

Whole-grain Rice or Pasta

These are complex carbohydrates which mean that they will give you a sustained amount of energy throughout the day.  All carbs prompt the brain to make more serotonin, but for a steady supply of this feel-good chemical, it’s best to eat complex carbs, which are digested more slowly.  Complex carbs are great for maintaining high energy levels in stressful situations.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2010, 09:59:58 AM »
Needles and threads, multiple uses for them, extra lighters/matches, all would be good for bartering as well....

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #4 on: October 28, 2010, 11:09:38 AM »
Not sure this is the right area to post this, but this is my survivl list I am going by.
First Aid Kit
Medical
(1) 500mg. Amoxicillin 100  Capsules
(3) 500mg. Penicillin 100 Capsules 
(3) 1.5oz tube
(3) 1lb. blocks Bees Wax
(144) Neosporin Triple Antibiotic Ointment Packets
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(3) Celox-A Applicator Plunger Sets with 6g Celox
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills
(1) Bayer Aspirin 325mg - 400 tablets
(1) 200mg. Advil – 350 tablets
(2) 10oz bottles Nyquil
(280) N95 Respirator Masks
(80) 3M 8511 N95 Masks
(2) Imodium A-D Anti Diarrhea 48 pills
(72) pouches of 2 caplets Imodium A-D
(6) UNISOM (Doxylamine Succinate) 25mg - 48 tablets
(12) 25mg Benadryl 124 tablets
(1) Snake bite kit
(1) Dental First Aid Kit
(1) tube Orajel
(4) 3.53oz jars Vick’s VapoRub
(2) 16oz. Hydrogen Peroxide
(4) Ace Instant Cold Compress
(2) 32oz. Bottles Rubbing Alcohol 70%
( 85mg. KI03 Potassium Iodate nuclear anti-radiation 200 pills 
(1) Tactical Trauma First Responder 
(1) Blood pressure cuff kit, adult
(1) Cervical collar
(1) Stethoscope
(1) Pen light
(2) Sutures
(1) First aid book
( Pair exam. gloves
(10) Abdominal pad 5”x9”
(6) Safety pins
(2) Casualty blanket 84”x52” Silver/OD
(1) Hand sanitizer 2oz.
(1) Calamine lotion 6oz.
(1) Hand soap
(6) After bite wipes
(1) Sam Splint/Universal splint
(1) 6” elastic bandage
(10) 4” X 4” Sterile sponges
(2) 1” Tape
(2) Blood stopper kit
(5) Eye pad
(2) Triangular bdg. 40”x40”x56”
(16) 1”x3” bandage strip
(5) Butterfly strip
(5) 2”x4” Bandage strip
(10) Knuckle bandage
(2) Ice pack
(1) EMT shears
(2) SS Hemostats
(1) Tweezers
(1) Scalpel handle #3
(2) Scalpel blades
(5) Tongue depressor
(1) CPR mask
(45) Antiseptic wipes
(5) Ammonia inhalants
(2) Airways
(3) Multi Trauma dressing 12” x 30”
(1) Eye wash 4oz.
(10) Triple antibiotic
(5) Burn Aid package
(1) Landers Frary & Clark CDV-715 Radiation Survey Meter
(1) 1 lb. bottle Powdered Zinc Oxide USP
(1) 8 oz. bottle RITE-DENT Eugenol USP
Xtra Meds

Hygiene 
(52) Gillette Disposable Razors
(2) 1.5Liter Bottles Listerine
(1410) Q-tips
(96) Bars Soap
(330) rolls two ply toilet paper 
(50) Glad 30gal. Trash Bags
(1) Portable Toilet Kit Snap on 5gal. Bucket with snap on Toilet Lid
(4) Antiperspirant

VHF Handheld
Thermal Clothes
Winter Coats
Fire Extinguishers
Bow and Arrows
Canteens
Rope
(12) 1.75oz SQ Blood Stop “Quick Clot” Packs
(12) Dermabond Topical Skin Adhesive
(3) Celox-A Blood Coagulent 35 gram (1.25 oz) Packets
(2) Emergency Blankets
Fire Starters
Paper, Pencils, Pens



Flour Canned
Sugar Canned
Baking Soda
Baking Powder
Salt
Molasses
Condiments
55lb table Salt
(2) 30oz. Bottles Mustard
(1) 6lb Black Pepper
(3) 44oz. Bottles Ketchup
(2) 15oz Bottles A1 Sauce
(2) Cider Vinegar
(2) 1 gal. Bottles White Vinegar
Coffee
Can Goods
Box Milk 50
Box Juices 100
Apple Cider Vinegar 5 Gallons
Garlic
Pineapple
Honey 2 Gallons
Beans 50 #’s
Rice 50#’s
Pastas
Soups
Tuna 50 Cans
Spam
Can Bacon
(2) #10 Provident Pantry Freeze Dried Peas (48 servings)
(32) 15oz cans  whole corn
(4) 14 ¾ oz cans Creamed Corn
(24) 15oz cans tomato paste
( 14.5oz cans Diced tomatoes
( 15oz cans early peas
(4) 15oz cans Sweet Peas   
(2) 40oz Canned Yams


 
(24) 26oz cans Spaghetti sauce

Grains, Bread, Cereals, and pastas
( #10 cans Mountain House White Rice (18 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Rice & Chicken (8 cups per can)
(1) #10 Mountain House Chicken Teriyaki W/Rice (9.5 cups)
(6) #10 Mountain House Spaghetti W/Meat Sauce (10 cups per can)
( #10 Mountain House Macaroni & Cheese (10 cups per can)
(2) #10 Mountain House Beef Stroganoff W/Noodles (10 cups per can)
(6) #10 Mountain House Lasasgna w/meat & Sauce (10 cups per can)
(12) 10 ¾ oz cans Chicken Noodle Soup
(4) 26oz cans Chicken with Rice Soup
(2) 4.5lb boxes Quaker Oats (100 servings)
(1) 28lbs elbow macaroni
(1) 34lbs Spaghetti
(1) 60lb All Purpose Flour
(1) 1lb pack #1 Fleischmann’s yeast
(2) 7oz. cans baking powder
(2) #10 Baking Powder (10 lbs)

Baking Powder is a faster rising substitute for yeast in biscuits, etc.

Meat & Protein
 (45lbs)
(27) 12oz cans SPAM Oven Roasted Turkey (20.25 lbs)
(48) 12oz cans SPAM canned meat (36 lbs)
(24) 14oz cans Chicken Broth 
(22) 6oz. cans Chunk Tuna
(34) 28oz cans Baked Beans
(10) 15oz. cans Chili with Beans

(1) 8lb Dried Red Kidney Beans
(1) 8lb Dried Black Eyed Peas
(1) 8lb Dried Lima Beans
(132) 7.75oz cans Beannie Weanees (64 lbs)
(36) 9oz. cans Yoder’s canned Bacon (20.25 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked hamburger (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork sausage (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked pork chunks (21 lbs)
(12) 28oz. cans Yoder’s cooked beef chunks (21 lbs)
(24) 14.5oz cans Barbeque Pork
(2) 3.4lb can of Planters Peanuts
(2) 40oz. jars Peanut Butter

Dairy
( cans evaporated milk
(2) #10 cans Honeyville powdered buttermilk
(2) 30oz. cans Monterey Jack canned cheese (3.75 lbs)


Fats & Oils
(4) 1 gal. Corn Oil
(2) #10 cans Crisco
(24) Red Feather canned butter
(2) 9oz cans PAM cooking spray

Note: Corn oil has a shelf life of about 2 years before it goes rancid but Crisco has a shelf life of 3-5 years.

Sweets
(2) 5lb bottle honey (10lb)
(1) 7lb bag brown sugar
(1) 60lb white sugar
(2) 32oz  Jelly
( 2lb jars Strawberry Jam
(12) 24oz. jars  Molasses (18lbs)



Freeze Dried Meals 365
Freeze Dried Meats
Freeze Dried Fruits
Freeze Dried Veggies 150


Cat Food 450 #’s
Cat Litter 300 #’s
Dog Food 100 #’s
Chickens
Scratch


LP
Sleeping Bags 2
Fishing Poles 2
Hooks
Flashlights 4
Batteries LOTS
Candles LOTS
Matches
Lighters
Oil Lamps 2
Oil For Lamps
Bleach 50 Gallons
Laundry Soap
Dish Soap
Paper Plates
Hand Can Opener
Toothpaste 20 Tubes
Toothbrushes -6
Floss
TP 300 Rolls


Rum
Beer
Coke
Wine
Water


Plant Seeds 50 Packets
Plant Food


Tools
(1) 21” Bow Saw w/extra blades
(1) Shovel, foldable
(1) Claw Hammer
(1) Handsaw, crosscut
(1) Axe, single blade
(1) Pick Axe
(1) Maul
(1) Large Crowbar
(1) Ladder
(1) 4lb Hand Sledge Hammer
(1) Cold Chisel
(1) Diamond Honing Block Knife sharpener
(1) Nicholson 8” Axe File
(1) Set of Phillips head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Flat head Screwdrivers (Large, Med, Small)
(1) Set of Allen wrenches
(1) Socket Set w/ratchets
(1) Razor Knife w/100 spare blades

Like this list Susan. Got lots more ideas on which to add to my medical supplies. I am a nurse by profession and a nurturing soul naturally. My main focus throughout all this....(beside the safety and protection of my young-uns) is to have ready a makeshift triage center for whomsoever may need it.

noproblemo2

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #5 on: October 28, 2010, 11:16:06 AM »
Feel free to add some of your suggestions too....

noproblemo2

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #6 on: November 21, 2010, 05:09:23 PM »

 ;) ;D :)
These lists are for reference to choose what you feel is needed....so don't be intimidated.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2010, 05:21:03 PM »
Thanks to Road Warrior for reminding me of this one, a wash board !!!!!

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #8 on: December 11, 2010, 07:43:12 AM »
I'd like to know where you expect to get the penicillin without a perscription for it, and even then, you'd have to have a real reason for the MD to write the perscription.  I doubt a survival list will be a good enough reason for most MDs.

noproblemo2

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #9 on: December 11, 2010, 07:49:56 AM »
I'd like to know where you expect to get the penicillin without a perscription for it, and even then, you'd have to have a real reason for the MD to write the perscription.  I doubt a survival list will be a good enough reason for most MDs.
Not sure where you are, but here you can go into any pharmacy and buy penicillin without a script. Or try some mail order places by doing a Goodle search for it.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #10 on: December 13, 2010, 03:21:42 PM »
I just recently came up with this kinda silly idea.  I decided I'd use two-liter bottles to store potable water in.  I estimated that two 2 liters make a gallon.  I also thought I could even use them as mini greenhouses if I have to.  Maybe this idea might help someone.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #11 on: December 13, 2010, 03:24:31 PM »
I also use them, plus 3 liter bottles and gallon ones, clean thouroughly though prior to storing water and use every 90 days, also if they are clear leave in direct sunlight for 6-12 hours prior to using, currently forget the reason, but it is important to do so.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #12 on: December 13, 2010, 03:44:09 PM »
What about green ones?  I picked green thinking (just my gut feeling) that they would better protect water longer.  I was going to use the clear ones for the greenhouses.  Should I switch to all clear?

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #13 on: December 13, 2010, 03:54:44 PM »
I personally use clear as the sun can sterilize the bottles in a clear one with H2o in them. Just my choice.

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Re: Survival List Example
« Reply #14 on: December 13, 2010, 09:52:28 PM »
I personally use clear as the sun can sterilize the bottles in a clear one with H2o in them. Just my choice.

Do you fill them and put them outside in the sun?