100 Uses of a Bandanna

Not only do bandannas allow you to recognize the different gangbangers, they are a useful item to keep in your preps and around the house. And at about a buck a pop, they will far outweigh their weight in usefulness ;)

Pot holder
Keep heat in as a cap
Keep cool as a dampened cap
Bullet patches for a muzzleloader
Scarf-both for heat retention or (if damp) body heat reducer
Belt
Tie long hair back
Face mask
Silencer- wrap your gear to prevent noise and rubbing
Tourniquet
Measuring tool
First aid bandage
Hand rag
Emergency Diaper
Car window shade
Toilet paper
Sling
Washrag
Blindfold
Napkin
Strainer
Dog collar
Trail marker
Dust mask
Hobo sack
Snow eye protection
Sweatband
Eyeglass/sunglass cleaner
Rock swinger
Knapsack
Handcuffs
Coffee filter
Muzzle
Bait catcher
Bib
Hand protector
Drain plug
Gift wrap
Pillow (two sewn together)
Loin cloth
Bikini
Skirt
Fishnet
Firestarter
Clothes patch
Berry collector
Flagging down help
Surrender
Food cover
Tied on doorknob (OCCUPIED)
Car hose repair
Fan
Feminine hygiene
Quick and cheap doll (requires sewing)
Sports banner
Luggage Tag
Handkerchief
Secure belongings
Secure items for dog to carry
Seat protection
Gag
Emergency fly mask for horse
Make your dog look tougher
Hobble a pack animan
distract a charging animal
Dry feet after fording a stream
Marking territory
Shoulder padding for Bug Out Bag
Tie extra stuff to your BOB
Emergency strap repair
Check wind direction
Smoke signal sender
Tie to your car antenna in a busy parking lot for easy spotting
Belt
Mask for robbing stagecoaches
Apron
Kite tail
Stick two ends through skydiving helmet for “bunny ears” on the jump
Keep food warm
Scrub for camp pots and dishes
Cover a cough or sneeze
Bookmark
Cat cape
Disguise voice on phone
Wrap around snow for an ice pack
Rope- cut in strips and braid
Add rocks and a rope for a weapon
Scent diffuser (skunk, bean eating boys…)
Back of neck sunburn repellant
Poultice applier
Place hot rocks from fire in for heat application to muscles
Tablecloth
Home/BOL decor- splash of color anyone?
Eyepatch
Hat tie down when it’s windy
Salas spinner
Hang flashlight from ceiling
Wet face cover to escape from fire
Impromptu “door knob”

87 Uses for a Bandana.

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