Vinegar and rubbing alcohol are good additions to the stock pile.
Lots of cheap asprin is good too.
Don’t forget pickling salt.
A word of caution regarding aspirin is in order.
Aspirin will get toxic when it gets old. It should be tossed when exp date is reached. Fortunately it is cheap enough that you can lay in stock and replace it as that happens.
Great as a medical supply, disinfectant, cleaner, where you cannot use bleach.
Your doctors office is probably cleaned with this (you dont smell bleach there, do you)
And it is relatively cheap- less than a buck a quart bottle.
I sometimes pour a quart in the bath and soak in it.
I have at least 3 cases on-hand at any time
here’s a hint about vinegar...if you are close to Canada, they sell 7% strength vinegar, instead of the common 5% down here....you’ll need less for pickling, etc...