3 Day Emergency Kits
or 36 Hour Emergency Supply Kits
What is a 3-Day Kits and why do you need them.
3-Day Kits are also called as 72- hour emergency supplies or Bug Out
Water; 3 gallons per person (drinking, cooking, washing)
Water purification tablets
(1) Dehydrated or Freeze-dried food. Individual pouches is an easy way to pack food. Many of the products that you buy last for 20 plus years. You can put the food in your bag and forget about it. Most of the commercial 3-Day Food kits that you purchase retail have the food sealed up in the plastic pail. Just add the pail to the things you need to grab when you leave your home.
(2) Meals Ready to Eat (MRI's)
(3) Food Bars. Some food bars have several thousand calories in them.
(4) Pantry Food. If you want to keep pantry food in your bat, keep it fresh by rotating it when it starts to get old.
Bring what you need to cook your food. With dried food you are going to need to
boil water. If you bring food from your pantry, you will need a propane
stove or another way of cooking it.
Bring water to make your food. At the very least you need to be able to boil water.Can opener Cooking pans Matches (waterproof) Utensils
Tissue and toilet paper
Toothbrush and toothpaste (softpics)
Towels and wash rags (rags)
Blanket (preferable a wool blanket) Change of clothing and shoes
Emergency Poncho (for rain)
LED flashlights and batteries
5-1 Survival Whistle
whistleauto cell phone charger windup light
windup radio with batteries
Emergency tape or duct tape
Cash, large and small bills
Nylon utility cord
Related Links: Bug Out Bags