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WaterBOB Helps You Store Clean Water in the Tub for Emergencies

 |  |  |  February 24, 2012


During natural disasters or in period of great emergency, the basic things that man needs to survive is food, water, and shelter. All three are important, but the most crucial for life is water. Now you might have come across survival tips that tell you to run to your bathroom and fill up the tub with water in cases of emergency. But the problem is that although you might have water to drink, it might not necessarily be clean or safe anymore.

Imagine all the bacteria that could be living on your tub or around your bathroom. And then imagine all of that coming into contact with the water. Not a very nice thought, isn’t it? That’s where the WaterBOB Emergency Drinking Water Storage comes in.

WaterBOB

WaterBOB is basically a gigantic plastic container that can store up to a hundred gallons of water. It’s made of high quality food grade plastic and even comes with a siphon pump so you can get water from the container when you need to, without any spillage.

WaterBOB

Definitely seems like a good thing to have on hand in the event of a disaster – assuming you can get some clean tap water into it right away at the start. WaterBOBs are available on Amazon for about $32(USD) each.

[via The Green Head]



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