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If done correctly (stored airtight and in a cool place) your water will be good for many, many years,…
…when adding MMS (Sodium chlorite) to it:
¼ teaspoon (around 25 drops) per gallon (3,785 liters)
1 teaspoon per 5 gallons (18,92 liters)
1 ½ teaspoons per 7 gallons (26,49 liters)
2 ½ teaspoons per 15 gallons (56,78 liters)
1 ounce (29 ml) per 55 gallons (208 liters)
As a side note: Store about 2 gallons per person per day (1.5 as a minimum)
The above described method works.
However, I would recommend to nevertheless filter (or boil) that water before consumption, just to make sure.
Have to do everything you possibly can to avoid getting sick in a SHTF situation.
All the best.
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You’ll need to have at least one knife & one fire steel on you at all times and some more in your BOB or INCH bag.
Silky saws are an important survival tool.
Silky Bigboy 2000, Silky Gomboy and Silky Pocketboy are great.
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