American Survival Guide - - NEW PRODUCTS -

It seems that a lot of the fur­ni­ture we buy is for stor­ing other things: a file cabi­net for pa­pers, a dresser for clothes and a hutch for dishes. So, why not in­clude some “fur­ni­ture” in your house or garage that will store some pre­cious cargo in­tended to save your life one day?

Here are a few ideas for prop­erly stor­ing your emer­gency sup­plies. A. Sim­ple stor­age boxes can be found in a va­ri­ety of sizes at many stores. Find the size that fits your needs. Make sure the tops close se­curely and that they are stack­able. B. A se­ries of strong, four-tier stor­age racks can ac­com­mo­date most mod­er­ately sized plas­tic totes. These racks are easy to as­sem­ble and fit nicely un­der an 8-foot ceil­ing. C. Able to hold a great deal of al­most any­thing, these large plas­tic drums are food safe and air­tight and can store food, wa­ter, gas or gear for a long pe­riod of time.


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