The best bug out bags will prepare a family for at least 72 hours after evacuation (three days is the average time for help to arrive in an emergency situation). With extra emergency supplies on hand, a family can evacuate quickly and with little notice, and are better able to help others instead of waiting for help to arrive.
very good idea!! i need to get some of these thinks myself
1. If you have a vacuum packer - vacuum pack the toilet paper
8-) It won't get wet and takes up a lot less space.
RE: #20. I would suggest going with several packets of ph neutral wash/wet wipes, rather than a roll/s of conventional toilet paper, even if stored in a Ziploc.
Takes up less room, won't disintergrate on the roll on you if it gets damp, unlike normal TP.
Plus you can use them for washing/freshining up.
Even if they dry out, still useable, if you can't rehydrate them.
Plus you should have room for one pack in a coat/jacket/shirt or pant/trouser pocket, although trim off excessive packaging to reduce noise.
Good List - thanks for posting. Here's some of mine to share:
1. If you have a vacuum packer - vacuum pack the toilet paper 8-) It won't get wet and takes up a lot less space.
2. ALSO go to CVS or Walgreens and buy a product called: "Wound Seal" - proven safe and effective to stop bleeding instantly for emergencies. 4 single applications in each pack - it is a powder - buy it right off their shelf. Not expensive - I paid $6.99 here in Arizona.
Some items I know, others I haven't a clue. Is there somewhere a list that tells each item?