DIY Video: How to build a Simple Emergency Survival Waste Oil Candle from Old Nail Polish Bottle

    In a survival situation, having light and warmth can mean the difference between merely surviving and actually thriving.Emergency lighting is important to consider if you want to be well prepared. You have more choices than ever when it comes to inexpensive and easy to use lighting.Instead of throwing away your used frying oil, save it for an oil lamp, the old fashioned kind that doesn’t use kerosene or petroleum-based lamp oil.This Video shows the build of a Homemade Emergency Survival Vegetable Oil Candle from an Old Nail Polish Bottle.

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