DIY Projects

In the aftermath of a disaster, getting back to our roots and learning how to do things ourselves could be critical. With supermarkets closed, learning to make our own products, clothes, candles, ladders and everything else could be the only way we could survive and thrive.

 

Below you’ll find lots of articles that show you step-by-step how to do various things…

DIY Survival Hot Tub with Rain Water

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We’re going to get luxurious this time, survival with flare, if you will. While not a necessity, who wouldn’t admire soaking in a hot tub without wasting valuable spring water storage? We’re going to cover how to assemble your rainwater harvester, and hook it up to pump into a hot …

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How to Make a Chicken Nesting Box

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Eric shows how to DIY two types of chicken nesting boxes. The first one is a 2-hole chicken nesting box from a small piece of plywood that’s 30″ x 30″, plus a second, smaller piece for the back. The second one is a single chicken nesting box, and it’s done …

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Waterproof Your Basement or Root Cellar

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When it comes to having a home with a basement or a root cellar, you then have untapped space that can be used in order to store your growing stockpile. In this article, you’re going to learn how to ensure that none of your supplies will get destroyed by dampness …

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DIY Air Conditioners on the Cheap

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There are a number of challenges to living off the grid, and in a disaster situation, there is unfortunately no way to get around having to deal with them. A lot of everyday conveniences that we take for granted require electricity and gas. In such situations, simple tasks can become …

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DIY Paracord Sling Step By Step

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Paracord is a very versatile form of cordage originally manufactured for parachutes. It was a special intertwined rope made for the lines of suspension on the chute, but now it is so dynamic that it is used in almost every form of survival and post collapse BOB and kits. It …

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How to Tie the Monkey Fist Knot

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  The monkey fist is a neat little device that originated several hundred years ago on sailing vessels. Often referred to as a sailor’s knot, it started life as a halyard line tied around a cannon ball to toss the mooring line to a dockhand. Another use on ships was …

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How to Make Your Own Knife

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There are tons of articles about EDC gear and BOB equipment, and one of the most crucial items on those lists a knife. Now as we all know (you do now), knives come in many shapes, sizes, and, of course, prices. Two bills or not two bills, that is the …

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Survival Uses for Clay Pots

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When you find yourself in a survival situation, every resource you have must be used to its maximum potential.  You will often find that the best survival items are those that have multiple purposes.  Clay pots are one of those items.  In addition to having several uses, you can even …

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