WaterBricks Can Help You Build Up Your Prepper Supplies

There’s a play on words in the title above, which you’ll understand as you read on. WaterBricks can be used to store water, food or other prepping supplies. And you can stack them to build walls or even small structures.

The WaterBrick is a unique item I think you’ll want to have in your prepping supplies because it’s a multipurpose storage unit. WaterBrick containers are made of rugged, high density polyethylene. They interlock to stay in place when they’re stacked.

You can store water, food or anything you want to keep dry and store efficiently. They hold up to 3.5 gallons of liquid or up to 27 pounds of dry food in a single container. You could keep your ammo safe and dry in WaterBricks, too.

A full rubber gasket creating a tight seal is included inside the lid. They meet FDA standards and are BPA free.

WaterBricks have easy grip comfort handles. And a wide diameter lid opening allows an average adult to pull stored contents out of the container by hand.

When it comes to saving space, WaterBricks can be cross-stacked up to 4 feet high. They take up less space than a standard 55 gallon drum.

Where you put WaterBricks is only limited by your imagination. For example…

  • Bedrooms – closets, underneath beds, in the corner of the room, behind headboards
  • Kitchen – above stove, above refrigerator, under the sink, space above cabinets
  • Living and Family Rooms- replace coffee table, between the walls and the furniture
  • Closets – bedrooms, hall, guest rooms, linen, utility

Check out the companies featured in the Prep Mart under Survival Kits and Essential Supplies when you’re ready to buy WaterBricks.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.

2 thoughts on “WaterBricks Can Help You Build Up Your Prepper Supplies”

  1. Sorry, I don’t know how to account for the problem. You should see a Nitro-Pak banner ad at the bottom of the post. Clicking on it should take you to their main page. Type WaterBrick in the search box as described above, and you should be taken to their page where it’s featured.

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