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Best Places to Hide Prepping Supplies in Your House

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7 thoughts on “Best Places to Hide Prepping Supplies in Your House

  1. Okay, not that I would ever use one, but, you made me think of creating a large space under one of many raised bed gardens. Would blend right in & be walked right past.

  2. just replayed video for someone…
    who responded, “clutter & make your home look like a poor druggie bumb lives there. those who don’t shake their heads & walk away, won’t know where to start looking at.” lmao

  3. I especially like the fake walls, and fake ducts. Especially in say the attic when the roof is sloped, you can build actual closets to store all your old jank, and because the roof is sloped, have a sealed off space behind those closets to hide all sorts of things. A fake duct running there would also be a great place to hide things even further.

  4. great topic, & video nicely executed. you’ve put lot of thought into…

    wish you could have emphasized bit more on access for & why evaluation to prevent:
    * pest redundancy
    * rotation (of food, Rx, hygienics, fuels, etc…)
    * periodic maintenance  (spec. tools, firearms, parts / supplies)
    《& no, I don’t know it all》
    But I’ve seen where rodents have had time to chew through ammo cans to get to food & plastics… like when they’d eat isolation off trailer wires; tools, auto parts, & guns rusted & infested because they didn’t prep & pack correctly; people giving out ibuprofen from 1st aid that was 8+ years expired (wonder what their prep is like); a lot more…
    Enough babbling…
    No one can put everything in 1 video.

    Back to your question.
    Here’s 1 I’ve done, y’all can have since neither self or immediate family has…

    (Just the basics)
    Stairway to basement, walls both sides, hallway at bottom, 1st door 10 foot from bottom step, closet under…
    Rip 1 basement wall out, add 2nd set of stairs under 1st. As each place has different depth of individual step… calculate for placement equiv’ 3× back for hight of storage. Pull upper steps & backer boards from supports. Lay (not secured) in position, in series of 3 steps underframe in sections to hinged cross beams. When completed… no one is the wiser if you covertly add mag locks.
    hope you see finished pitcher.

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