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7 Steps For Emergency Water Preparation

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7 Steps For Emergency Water Preparation

Considering how important water is to human survival, I think it’s a topic worth revisiting from time to time. Too many preppers simply buy a water filter or a case of bottled water and then forget about it until the day a disaster strikes. What if that day comes and you find that your water filter is defective, or that your bottled water has been contaminated? This is very serious, especially since you probably wouldn’t know until people started getting sick.

City Prepping is one of my favorite Youtube channels, and in this video he talks about the importance of water and the steps he’s taken to make sure he has plenty of clean water if the public water system fails. He talks about the best ways to preserve and purify water and makes several product recommendations.

You can watch the full video below.

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2 Comments

  1. Howard L. on December 21, 2019 at 9:10 am

    Great informative practical down-to-earth video. Most people take for granted that clean safe water will ALWAYS be available at the turn of tap.

    Having the “waterBOB” water bladder for your bathtub on hand is helpful to fill and use in an true emergency. Relatively inexpensive and a quick way to grab 30-40 gallons and includes the pump. In case of crisis within the first hours the gravity flow of fresh clean water can be captured. I keep a new one in the spare bathroom to use at a moments notice.

  2. Ezday on October 17, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    Many amazon.com reviews on the water preserver product point to it being a scam. It is claimed that it is nothing but 3/4 ounce of household bleach (5.25% Sodium Hypochlorite that is EXTREMELY overpriced.You may want to check on that. Thanks.

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