How To Make Your Own Homemade Heater At Home Using Everyday Items


Friday, November 16th, 2018
One of the worst nightmares in this modern day world that we live in, is that the electricity in our homes can suddenly go out, especially if it’s cold outside. What’s not known is when the heat will come back on, as the temperature outdoors begins to plummet. So it’s best to prepare yourself, by having a few household items ready, so you could keep warm once these types of emergencies occur.

Mother Nature is not always kind, but rather unpredictable. It comes down to resorting to and knowing common survival tactics, in this case to keep warm in your own home. Like our ancestors did decades ago, it comes down to knowing ways to solve these issues.

Most however, are just not prepared. Most just don’t think of prepping for power outages, or the water pipes becoming frozen, once the weather suddenly turns. This especially in the Northern hemisphere, as the environment appears to becoming unpredictable lately.

So although we never think about these things, these situations, it becomes essential to have an emergency plan set, this for inclement weather conditions, just to even survive the night.

Prepare Yourself
What’s recommended is stocking up on water bottles, plenty of non-perishable food items, and having a method to stay warm, especially if the temperatures dip below zero.

The heat won’t work if there’s a power outage, so it becomes vital to have a plan to keep warm. The video below is an effective DIY hack, where you can make your own portable heater in just seconds, just in case!

Here’s All You Need:
• rolls of toilet paper
• a few cans (such as empty clean paint cans)
• 70% to 90% isopropyl alcohol

These items can usually be found around the home, or if you don’t have items such as the alcohol, you can get it from the local drugstore, or building store.

Then you’re able to make your own portable heating device, by watching the helpful tutorial below.