Survival Kit List Equipment Additions and New Storage Ideas

I’ve had a lot of progress on my survival kit list – equipment and storage as well!  The longer I am building my survival kit list and then stocking my survival kit with gear and equipment, the more fun I have.  Now, on to the updates!

Dust Masks from Survival Kit List

Yellow and Black Dust Mask from Survival Kit List
Dust Mask from Survival Kit List
The smog stories out of China reminded me that dust masks may be a valuable addition to my survival kit list. Health is a big concern of mine as medical care will be in very short supply post-incident.

Burn Ointment and Antiseptic Solution for Survival Gear List

White, Green, Orange Boxes of Burn Ointment from Survival Gear List
Burn Ointment from Survival Gear List
Seems like medical items percolated to the top of my list recently.  We don’t get sun burns or abrasions often but again, post-incident, medical care is going to be in very short supply and taking care of the little bumps may fend off larger issues with infections.
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Skin Staper

White Skin Stapler with Green lettering from Survival Equipment List
Skin Stapler from Survival Equipment List
It was actually pretty difficult to find a solution to sewing up lacerations.  I’m old school but a needle and thread ready for sewing on people just isn’t very readily available on the market.  My daughter recently had some stapes and they seemed to work just fine.  Again, emergency medical care capability is going to be a huge advantage in the event of an incident.

Big Generator from Survival Equipment List

Orange and Black Generac GP5500 Generator from Survival Equipment List
Generator from Survival Equipment List
I had to fart around with this one for a long time before I could pull the trigger and buy it.  It is a piece of major equipment and does require monthly starts to make sure it runs OK and that the gasoline hasn’t deteriorated.  5500 watts is sufficient to power most of my refrigeration and cooling in my house.  In the event we need to go somewhere else, the portability (barely!) of this generator will help a lot – as long as I have help loading it! If you purchase a generator for your survival equipment list, please note that you will need to start it each month to make sure it stays in good working order.

Survival Kit List Overload Storage

Old Version of Survival Kit Storage
Survival Kit Storage Old
My survival kit list equipment and gear is expanding faster than my storage capabilities.  In the past, a few tubs was sufficient but as the items grew from the survival kit list, the storage space requirements did not keep up.  Without easy access and organization, the survival kit list equipment and gear is much less useful – and thus less valuable.

Expanded Storage and Organization for Survival Kit List

New Version of Survival Kit Storage
Survival Kit Storage New
More tubs, better shelves and a place to short term store and organize really made a big difference.  I can see and find everything and organize and pack the items from my survival kit list much more easily.  Don’t forget storage and access for your survival kit list gear and equipment!

Summary of Survival Kit List Equipment Additions and New Storage

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I’m enjoying the process of building a survival kit list and then collecting the equipment and gear.  It let’s me research and purchase cool things, find some hidden gems and feel good that I’m doing the right thing for my family.  I hope you’re enjoying your survival kit list process as well!

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