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The prepper's secret: Sneaky places to hide your survival water stockpile.
Written by Ethan Huff
Stockpiling emergency supplies in preparation for the worst is never a bad idea. But knowing how to properly store your crisis necessities - and what to store them in - in order to avoid contamination, theft, or other loss is key to ensuring that you and your family maintain quick and easy access to these life-sustaining elements, should the need arise.

Just make sure that your water storage containers are made of safe, food-grade materials.
water pouring into a pitcher
First things first, though. Plastic containers that are made from #2 HDPE (high-density polyethylene) and that are free from bisphenol-A (BPA) are considered to be food-grade, meaning they won't contaminate your water with deadly chemicals - just so long as you remember to keep them out of the sun and rotate their water supplies every six months when not in use.
Sources include: SurvivalSullivan.com
NaturalNews.com
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