Thursday, September 02, 2021 by Divina Ramirez
Most articles on prepping and survival focus on how to prepare for a disaster or SHTF scenario. But what to do after a disaster (e.g., scavenging for supplies) is just as important to discuss as how to make ample preparations.
In a true SHTF or TEOTWAWKI event, your supplies are bound to run out. You’ll need to go out and look for supplies if you want to survive. During life-changing catastrophes, essential supplies like food, soap, batteries and clothes will get abandoned and might even get swept up with garbage and debris.
In other words, those supplies will be up for grabs for anyone willing to search among the rubble or refuse.
Read on to learn what supplies to scavenge for after TEOTWAWKI. (h/t to BackdoorSurvival.com)
There’s no reason to feel bad about scavenging for supplies and equipment after TEOTWAWKI. When disaster strikes, some people will see it as an opportunity for personal enrichment. Those people will go for things like television, expensive shoes and other things that won’t actually increase their chance of survival.
Scavengers, on the other hand, will look for things that they actually need to survive, such as food and water. They will only take supplies that have been left or discarded, such as those found amongst trash or left in an abandoned store. They will only take what they need to keep themselves and their loved ones going.
Here are 12 supplies you should scavenge for after TEOTWAWKI:
You’ll most likely need to scavenge for supplies after TEOTWAWKI in order to survive. Besides food and water, there are lots of things worth scavenging for that would be useful in a survival situation, such as blankets, batteries and seeds.
Go to Preparedness.news for more tips on how to prepare for an SHTF or TEOTWAWKI scenario.
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