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Make an Emergency Space Survival Blanket

Make an Emergency Space Survival Blanket


make an emergency space survival blanket from chip bags snack bags mylar bags DIY survival blanket cheap outdoor gear review hi it’s AlaskaGranny you buy snacks in little packages like chips or cookie did you ever notice inside there’s a silver layer or lining that’s like mylar like a survival blanket or space blanket these can be very handy in an emergency situation the seam of the snack mylar bag would be down the back I cut the chip snack bag in half I cut it open then I lay down the snack bag and I pull apart where the seams are if it gets stuck just give it a little snip and have a nice big reflective sheet survival blanket space blanket take all kinds of those snack mylar bags together and make an emergency survival reflective blanket quilt let me show you lay them all out together so the silver side is up then you take a piece of duct tape and you tape the bags together and I call it my emergency survival quilt because I’m patching them all together so I have an emergency survival mylar reflective patchwork blanket I can use it put on the ground to sit on it I can use it to wrap up I can put it over the windshield to reflect the hot Sun out of the way if it’s way too hot there are all kinds of things I can do with this DIY emergency survival mylar reflective blanket and I got it for free with chip and snack bag trash so you just keep taping it together however you can get it to fit until it gets to be the size you want and then you have your DIY make it yourself for free emergency survival blanket I hope that something like this might be useful for you so all you need is some duct tape and imagination and you can create anything you want to help keep your family safe please subscribe to AlaskaGranny channel learn more at alaskagranny.com

8 thoughts on “Make an Emergency Space Survival Blanket”

  1. I''ve done this before … I made mini feet covers with them. They still dont breath and condensation will build up. Never the less, its still a good way to reuse this material/resource and bring from a useless state back into a useful state. With other tools/options you can make them thicker /better(heat retention)
    TFS… A.G. Have you ever made this in large scale?

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