(Modern Survival.org) – The importance of clean, potable water for survival situations cannot be understated. Without water, death can occur in as little as three days, so a product that can clean and purify undrinkable water is extremely valuable. Enter Procter & Gamble’s (P&G) Purifier of Water.
In the following video, P&G Professional shows how the Purifier of Water works:
As the video shows, the Purifier of Water can take water that one would never think to drink and clear it in a matter of minutes. The powder creates flocculation and disinfection in the water, essentially gathering the impurities and sinking them to the bottom of the water while killing harmful bacteria.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Purifier of Water has the following benefits:
- Removal of heavy metals/chemicals.
- Reduction of bacteria and viruses.
- Reduction of diarrhea-inducing diseases.
- Visual improvement of water.
- Long shelf life.
To use the Purifier of Water, pour the contents of a packet into 10 liters of water, then stir for five minutes. Once this is done, let the water sit for another five minutes while the water is cleared of foreign particles. After the time has elapsed, pour the mixture into a new container, using a cheesecloth or other filter to catch the coagulated contaminants from the bottom of the original container. Let the filtered water sit for 20 minutes while the disinfectants work their magic, leaving potable water behind.
The benefits of this product are evident to preppers: it can make water drinkable, AND it has a long shelf life. The packets are relatively small — making them easy to add to the prepper pantry, and the process of using them is fast and straightforward.
In a survival situation, water is essential to your survival. There’s only so much water one can store away, which is why having water purification and filtration ready to go is so important.
For more information on how to make water drinkable, click here.
~Here’s to Your Survival!
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