Learn Construction of Secret Hiding Places with Stash your Swag
In Stash your Swag, 100+ secret hiding places for under $50, you will learn Construction of Secret Hiding Places
This economy is a rough one. As people lose their jobs and houses crime rates have risen quickly. Important papers and family heirlooms can’t be replaced and need to be protected.
A rookie mistake people have is the simply hide everything in one area or put everything in a safe. A safe is not as hard to break into as you would think for a professional thief. If the safe is small enough they usually steal the whole safe and drill the lock out later.
The best idea is to split your treasures into at least 10 secret hiding places in your house it will be almost impossible for a bad guy to find everything, and chances are if he finds one of the ideas in this book he will be very lucky.
This book can help you protect your stash from all the bad guys out there, not just burglars.
Find out why you cannot and should not trust banks with your possessions.
Find out why safety deposit boxes are a bad idea in this economy.
Find out how to make over 100 secret hiding places for under $50, most of the ideas contained in this book are completely free. Interesting historical stories about secret hiding places with humorous twist.
Don’t skimp, this book is a very low price to pay for this information.
Buy this book, use these ideas and sleep well in this high crime economy.
This is not just a manual for how to hide stuff it's full of humor and history!
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"In today's world of too many laws this illistated complete guide to keeping privte things private is all you need for keeping unwanted hands off of your valuables".
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This is a fantastic and creative list of places and ways to hide valuables. I live in an apartment and was under the false impression that I had no secure hiding spots, but Stash Your Swag enlightened me. It also showed me new ideas for concealing my important belongings, including various spots in my car and within "solid" items like walls.