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How to Navigate Anywhere, Day or Night, Without Tools

By Survival Dad / April 9, 2021

As soon as or two times, we’ve all been there at least. Taking a trip through an unknown location and recognizing you have definitely no concept where you are or how to return on track. It can be rather frightening, specifically if you’re in a doubtful metropolitan location or maybe out in the sun and […]

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Grandma’s trick for a bulletproof home

By Survival Dad / March 25, 2021

A few days ago my 71-year-old grandmother “Crime-Proofed” her home and locked it down like Fort Knox… all by herself. On top of that, she said it only took one trip to Walmart and a few simple tools. She figured out how to do it using a Free report being given away to Americans nationwide […]

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Cut Your Costs With Soy Candles

By Andrew J. / September 5, 2019

Candles have long been made exclusively with paraffin wax or beeswax. Recently, a new type of candle has begun emerging into the market: soy. Soy candles are made out of 100% natural soy wax without any additives, resulting in candles with a pleasing aroma without any type of fragrance added. Expert soy candle makers employ […]

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Brighten Up Your Candles With This Simple Trick

By Andrew J. / May 28, 2019

If you have children in your home, chances are you have an abundance of worn down crayons that don’t get used much anymore. Before throwing them out, consider saving them as emergency supplies for your candle making. This can be a great way to turn them into something new and bright again or even to […]

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The Basics of Candle Making: Hand Dipped Candles

By Michael B. / March 16, 2019

Making candles is a great hobby or business endeavor. Once you get the hang of it, the process is quite simple. For those who have the basics down cold, consider experimenting with the art of making hand dipped candles. While these lovely creations take more time, they are stunning. You can use several colors on […]

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The Basics of Candle Making: Pillar Candles

By Michael B. / February 11, 2019

They are called pillars because they are round and tall like a pillar. There is no standard size (they can come in many widths and heights) and can be found in all colors and scents. You can find both decorative and plain ones too; they can be used for anything from practical home use to […]

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Candle Making For Beginners

By Michael B. / December 20, 2018

The use of candles for light and heat is known to have existed in ancient times. The remains of candles have been found in the caves of France. It is believed that cavemen used candles made out of animal fat while painting and etching on the walls. The Egyptians used candles as well by dripping […]

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Your Car Accident Survival Guide

By Emma C / October 3, 2018

Car disasters make for thrilling action scenes in the movies, but in the real world, they mean life or death. In today’s article we’re going to talk about three of these scenarios and the dos and don’ts of each. As much as you don’t like to think about it, next time, it could be you. […]

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Protect Your Shelter: How To Prevent Strong Winds From Damaging Your Home

By Andrew J. / July 30, 2018

Hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones can be terrifying. If you’re wondering what the difference is between the three, there really isn’t any difference. They’re just called different names depending on where these storms originate. Those that form in the Northwest Pacific are called typhoons while those that form in the in the Atlantic and Northeast Pacific […]

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