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These 26 Survival Hacks Could Save Your Life One Day...Seriously!

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Modern technology has made life a lot easier and we often take it for granted...until we're caught in a situation where our gadgets fail us. Even though you probably won't ever need to make a candle from cooking supplies or figure out how to keep produce cool without electricity, it's good to know how to get along without the help of high-tech machinery. Check out the 26 wilderness and survival hacks below so you're always be prepared.

http://www.viralnova.com/wilderness-hacks/?ns=36916

the cash in phone case is a good idea. i use that trick often

 
 
 
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Awesome ideas! Do you mind if I add the link to the skills/knowledge thread? 

 

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Those are all good and simple tips Storm.
I like the burning crayons but # 26 doesn't really work.
Wimpy people like me need a channellock to get jars open. ^_^

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Those are all good and simple tips Storm.
I like the burning crayons but # 26 doesn't really work.
Wimpy people like me need a channellock to get jars open. ^_^

​I find that knocking the rim on the counter top works well, a couple of hard smacks on the base of the jar works too.

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​I find that knocking the rim on the counter top works well, a couple of hard smacks on the base of the jar works too.

​I've tried that and running it under hot water. It sometimes works but not always.
Channellocks are safer than shooting the top off the jar. Less risk of eating glass that way.
 

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​I've tried that and running it under hot water. It sometimes works but not always.Channellocks are safer than shooting the top off the jar. Less risk of eating glass that way.
 

Channellocks! Awesome.

I have a couple of those silicone mat gripper pads that open everything. They were freebies from a furniture store or insurance company or somewhere else.  Bed, Bath, Beyond and other stores have them. 

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