Prepare For Hurricane Sandy! 12 Emergency Products You Must Have to Keep Your Family Safe

Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes...here's how to help your family prepare for the next natural disaster? (13 Photos)

Jennifer Fink on Oct 26, 2012 at 8:58AM

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Prepare For Hurricane Sandy! 12 Emergency Products You Must Have to Keep Your Family Safe

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Gearing Up for Disaster: What You Need to Know -- Fresh Water Saver

What It Is: a 65-gallon plastic “bladder” that helps you safely store fresh water in your bathtub.
What It Includes: A 40” X 80” liner made of Linear Low Density Polyethylene (LLDP) plastic and a siphon pump, to help you remove water as needed.
Why You Need It: Fresh water may be hard to get during an emergency. FEMA recommends storing at least one gallon of water per person, per day. Bottled water is expensive -- and, in an emergency, may be in short supply. This kit allows you safely and easily store enough water to get a family of four through 14 days. It’s great for hurricane warnings: break out the bladder and fill it up when a storm is headed your way.
Where To Buy It: $25 at AquaPod

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