Unfortunately a reality in life is home break ins. No one wants to think about it or come home to one.
Who, in their right mind, enjoy cleaning up after a thief breaks a window or rifles through the home???
Though I sincerely hope and pray that this will never happen to you, an ounce of precaution is worth a bound of lossed valuables.
The article below has some very sneaky, "I never thought of" hiding places for valuables.
Now is the time to read and defend yourself!!!
|SNEAKY PLACES TO HIDE YOUR VALUABLES|
6 Sneaky Places To Hide Your Valuables
To make sure that you, your family and your valuables stay safe, The Family Handyman came up with six simple places to hide valuables from all but the smartest, most determined crooks.
1. The old hollowed book trick
We've all seen the hollowed-out book, but there's not much room in one of these. Instead, use several books with a plywood box attached to the back to make a hidden compartment.
2. Right out in the open
Any common household item that has a cavity such as a vacuum cleaner, old printers,
3. Buried treasure
Watch your money grow! Roll up some cash, stick it in a medicine bottle or any other watertight container and bury it in a potted plant. It's likely safe to say that not many burglars are going to be excavating around your houseplants.
4. False bottom drawer
An old smuggler's trick. Pick a deep drawer so the depth change won't be obvious. Cut ?-in. plywood 1/16-in. smaller than the drawer opening and rest it on a couple of wood strips that are hot glued to the drawer sides.
Next, hot glue some item you'd expect to find in that drawer so you have a handle to lift the false bottom and reveal the booty.
5. Cabinet hidey hole
Between almost every pair of upper
6. Counterfeit containers
Go online and type in "secret hiding places" and you'll be amazed by how many brand-name phony containers are available. If you don't want to buy one, you can craft a homemade version too. Take a mayonnaise jar and spray paint the interior with cream-colored paint for plastic.
Courtesy of Al Clarks HomeAction Newsletter