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Three ways to safely drink found water

Water is vital. Giardia infection is ... not.
Mud Fitlers

Brian Klutch

Mud filters.

A go-bag for a natural disaster, zombie apocalypse, or weekend campout most definitely doesn’t include the five liters of cooking and drinking water each person needs daily. Found water, though, is filled with dirt, debris, and critters

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