A little bit of serenity
Living in CA about 1/2 mile from the Hayward fault, i think alot about preparedness. SO far Ive purchased 2 of these month supplies. They store easily in stacks and give me some peace of mind knowing that the water supply will probably be cut off for some time.
Posted on 3/5/14 by Greywolf
The reason for my purchase of the water was that all the potable water sources I currently have are plastic. My fear has always been a fire and loosing 90% of my preps. This water though 'funny' to some, will give my family a one week supply which gets us from our home to our secondary location. The possibility exists of us buying another set or two to bury on the path there, in case we have vehicle issues on our journey.
Posted on 2/14/14 by AliciaWrite A Review
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Contains 90 22-fl ounce cans of drinking water (each can is 4” x 4 ¾”) with the approximate storage space needed of 12” x 8” x 60”
According to FEMA, a normal active person needs at least ½ gallon (64 ounces) of water daily just for drinking. These 90 cans provide 1920 ounces — which is exact 30 days of water using 64 ounces a day.
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- Additional Info
Emergency Drinking Water goes through the following stages:
- Boiling the water before canning and vacuum sealing
- This is followed by cooking the cans which eliminates any bacteriaThe above process makes it possible to store water safely for 30+ years
- These cans store and carry well
- Cans are vacuum sealed
- Each can contains 22 fl. oz.
- One-month supply is 90 cansBeing prepared by having an emergency supply of drinking water is wise. Water may be (besides your family) the most important item to have safe and secured in an emergency.