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72 Hr. Bug-Out Personal Hygiene Kit

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This video reviews the Survival Resources 72 Hr. Bug-Out Personal Hygiene Kit designed specifically for Bug-Out Bags, Camping Packs, Vehicle Kits, and Carry-On Luggage. Check it out here:

We also carry refills for all items in this kit here:

 

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14 thoughts on “72 Hr. Bug-Out Personal Hygiene Kit

  1. If you wanted to, you could stick a few packets of John Wayne toilet paper from an MRE in there.

  2. This just makes sense. I got 4 of them. Peace of mind

  3. Great looking small kit!

  4. Great little kit.
    Thanks for the video

  5. glad to see they’re back in stock. i already have assembled hygiene kits myself but i will go the website to do some shopping for other products. thanks for sharing, you Mighty Awesome Devil Dog. Semper Fi.

  6. What a great little stocking stuffer idea. You should start doing more videos like this for Christmas ideas and cool stocking stuffers.
    Also, I wanted to share what I was told by Del Monte foods when I called about the expiration date on their cans. They said as long as the can is not bulging or squirts or smells bad, the food is good. The reason they put a date on the can, is because they have no control how it’s stored by the end user, and so they figure worse case storage and go by those figures.
    They said that if the can is store in a high heat area, like by a stove or oven, then the food will degrade past what is on the label for the serving size.
    The labeling, by law has to be within 2% of the contents, so if it degrades past that 2%, then it is not bad, it just is not within the legal labeling set by law. That’s why they changed it from an EXPIRATION DATE, to a BEST BY DATE. because so much food was being thrown away because people thought it had expired, when it was still fine, but slight less nutritious.
    They said that food stored in poor conditions, typically lose around 1% to 2% nutritional value per year, but if stored in a cool dry place, it can last years and years past the date on the can, but it might have slight color changes and the texture might change to some degree, but it’ still safe to eat. High acid foods though shouldn’t store more than a few years past the date on the can, or they can start to take on a tinny taste to them.
    It sounds like toothpaste is the same way. I have used toothpaste that was stored from the mid 90’s and it’s still fine after around 20 years or more. Keep up the great work.

  7. Good vid John.

  8. Pity about the fluoride toothpaste, It’s poison, a toxic byproduct of aluminium smelting

  9. Hi,
    Not to be a dick ,but you have significant clubbing of your fingernails, you should see your doctor to rule out cancer or hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy.
    Good Luck friend

  10. I like! Will order a couple soon! Thanks! BTW – You all are always great to deal with!

  11. Nice kit, although i can save weight by removing the comb (No Hair )

    1. Shampoo too!

  12. Hi John, hope you’re well! Cool little kit, well thought out, thanks for sharing and explaining, all the best, Taro

  13. Very cool! Always have been a big fan of your alls products, can’t wait for the survival kit tin to be back in stock

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