Use dishwashing soap bottles, liquid laundry soap bottles, and liquid soap bottles too. After you use it all up, don’t rinse it out. Fill with water and label bottle “soapy water”. That way you will have it to use for sanitation and not have to use precious drinking water for washing dishes, cleaning, personal hygiene, etc.
You can improve the taste of stored water by pouring it back and forth between two containers. This will add oxygen to the water and improve its taste.
"Preparedness Peace is clearly designed to address the fears participants might have. It very carefully guides each member of the class through the process of working on their spiritual and emotional health before they get into the process of becoming physically prepared for disasters. In each of our three classes, many have come to the first class absolutely terrified about their perception of the future as "the sky is falling." By the end of the third or fourth week, they are relaxed and enthusiastically participating in not only working on their own preparedness, but are enthusiastic about helping others." Laurie
"Your program came at a perfect time. You guys have nailed it information wise. For the last three years the Church and preparedness has been heavy on my heart. I feel we have a short window of time to get people in our churches ready for the harvest that is coming." Chaplain Steve
"You and I may be prepared ourselves, but what about all the people surrounding us that have no clue? I prayed daily about what I should do to help others be ready. God answers prayer. In this case, the obvious answer was Preparedness Peace. There is no better way for me personally to reach as many people as possible, as soon as possible." Charlie