Why I Think All Preppers Should Own More Than One Generator

Generator Sizes InfoGraphicIf you have read my article titled Four Tips to Get the Most Out Of Your Generator Runtime, you probably realize how important I think it is make the very most that you can out of the time that you are running your emergency generator.

Today were going to be talking about the subject of generators again but this time I’ll be sharing my thoughts about why I think it’s so important that all preppers should have more than one backup generator.

I’m not just talking about just having a backup to your backup generator in this article. I personally think that it’s very important for all preppers to have a couple of generators, if not more, in various sizes. Read on to learn why I feel this way.
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How We Stock up On AntiFreeze for Half the Price

Half Price AntiFreeze InfoGraphicOne thing that I think is important for prepper enthusiasts to keep in mind is that there are lots of other things that need to be stockpiled besides the commonly thought of essentials like food, water, and medical supplies.

It’s with this in mind that I’m writing this article today. We recently had a problem with one of our vehicles slowly leaking antifreeze and we can’t seem to figure out where it’s leaking from. Since we haven’t been able to get it fixed yet, we’re just adding antifreeze as it needs it. That is until we can afford to get it repaired.

Now, keep in mind that neither of us are mechanics so you’ll have to use your own best judgment if you choose to adopt the tip in this article. We use the 50/50 mixture of antifreeze in all of our vehicles. My understanding is that this is simply 50% antifreeze and 50% distilled water.
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Be Sure to Rotate through Your Food Storage to Prevent It from Spoiling

Food Storage Restocking CycleThere are two schools of thought when it comes to storing food to consider. One is to purchase food that has a very long shelf life that is never intended to be eaten unless there is some kind of major catastrophe that makes it impossible to purchase food from the grocery stores. The disadvantage of this type of strategy is that many people don’t have any idea what the food that they have stored will actually taste like when they have to dip into it and start preparing meals with it.

The other option that many preppers choose is to purchase food that their family is accustomed to eating on a regular basis. Those who subscribe to this second way of thinking are taking into consideration that if they ever need to rely on their food storage supplies to feed their family, they will be able to feed them the types of food that they are accustomed to eating day in and day out.
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