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17 Items to Vacuum Seal for SHTF

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Foodsaver (USA)

Foodsver (canada)

Inergy Kodiak

Vacmaster HIGH END vacuum sealers

Mylar bags and Oxygen absorbers

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Bugout Rolls & Backpacking Systems

Emergency Radios

Freeze Dried Food (Long lasting survival food)

Personal Protective Equipment

First Aid Kits

Shelter and Sleep Systems

Water Filtration

Cooking Systems

Silky Saws

Flashlights & Navigation

Survival Gear/ Misc

Fire Starting

Hygiene

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8 thoughts on “17 Items to Vacuum Seal for SHTF

  1. i have taken a larger section, 10″ or so, of the vacuum bag roll and sealed in half way down to create 2 sections opened on each end. Put tea, hot coco, cup of soup, instant oatmeal packets on one side and bandages, aspirin, ibuprofen, sanitizing wipes, matches, flat utility knife on the other. It folds in half easy and is pretty compact and keeps everything together without mixing food items with the other stuff. Nothing too extravagant but its something quick to throw in our emergency vehicle bags (or purse) so if my wife and son are trapped in the truck over night they have some hot fluids and whatnot.

    1. You could probably use the same idea to quarter a bag for something like spices, seal it down the middle one way and then the other. Of course the total length couldn’t been any longer than your vacuum sealer is wide but for spices it would work great.

  2. While water seems OK to vacuum sealer, does not more volatile liquids, like in the alcohol wipes and the sharpies tend to evaporate out in the bag?
    Second, mylar is a plastic. It does apparently off gas, more quickly with heat and UV (so cool and dark). I believe it off gases formaldehyde. You likely want to be careful of long term storage of liquids that would absorb it. However, in a real survival situation, I doubt the risk is greater than the alternatives.

  3. I didn’t scroll through all the comments but I didn’t see mentioned, for SHTF, books and magazines. Either for educational or entertainment purposes, once they get wet, even just from excess humidity, they are just about useless.

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