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How can I cheaply hide my valuables?

Where to hide your valuables

One of the best place to hide your valuables is in plain sight!

The Chicago Crime Commission states that a burglar spends an average of 8 minutes in the victims home. One of the easiest ways to thwart them is to hide your valuables in ordinary containers, kept in their usual places.

Companies buy the rights to adapt the real, unused cans to hold anything that you want to kide in plain site. Pledge furniture wax, Ajax cleanser, Campbell's soup, or perhaps best of all Desenex jock itch spray! Who is going to bother that can in your medicine cabinet, towel cabinet or traveling suitcase?

Drink cans are a popular alternative. They are actually weighted to feel full and you can usually choose from great brands like 7-UP, Brisk Lipton Tea, A&W Rootbeer or Miller Beer.

These diversion safes are a unique home-security product. They come in a wide variety of personal care, household products and food containers with removable, swrew-on tops and bottoms. Valuables can be discreetly stored inside these look-a-like containers and kept in their seemingly rightful places. Each is undistinguishable from the genuine product.

How can I cheaply hide my valuables?

What are some other ideas?

Hiding in plain sight does not stop with fake soup cans.

There are also James Bond type devices that are cheap and easy to use. How about a fake light socket? Install it anywhere along the wall at the usual height and it will blend into the room.

Hollowed out books and candles are a couple of the other common items that can be gotten for about $10-20 each.

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