7. Hot iron
Hot pieces of iron were sometimes heated on the top of a wood-burning stove or in a fireplace and then placed into a metal bucket. The bucket was then brought to the bedroom and placed on the floor or even under the bed. The radiant heat from the hot iron lasted for hours.
If you've been busy training for SHTF and know how chilly it can get during the fall and winter, then yes, you can agree that blankets, layering your clothing and even a hat can keep you warm! However, we know an even better way to stay warm… move to a tropical island! 😉
Okay, that may not be so practical and not to mention it's expensive, but we can dream, right?!
Since Hawaii is not in the cards we have to resort to other practical ways to stay warm, especially if that heater breaks down. It's time to keep the oven on and the door closed to preserve some heat!
For additional ways on how to keep you and yours warm when it gets cold outside, check out Off The Grid News.
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