PACK YOUR BAG! Day 9: Keeping things clean

October 10, 2013 at 11:52 pm | In Preparedness, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

If you still haven’t jumped into our item-at-a-time “Go Bag” preparedness series in honor of Washington State Disaster Preparedness Month – we’re getting closer to the weekend, great time to catch up! But the next items to put in your bag are fairly simple. From West Seattle Be Prepared:

We’re going to do a couple of days of hygiene supplies. Put 1 roll of toilet paper and one washcloth per person in your kit this time. Heads up – start looking in the stores for a small first aid kit, so when that comes up, you know where to get one, or think about what you might already have around that house that could be collected together.

Catch up with previous installments – and join in as we head toward the goal of finishing October with a vital preparedness item on hand – by going here.

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  1. You know, many of these are good suggestions. But as a woman in her 60′s with two pets to worry about, this ‘bag’ has now reached pickup truck capacity. I really don’t know how a single person could carry this; I couldn’t even store this much stuff, much less pick it up.

    Comment by anonyme — 10:12 am October 11, 2013 #

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