Crucial To Survival – How To Make Drinkable Water

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Every outdoorsman should know how to make drinkable water and it's definitely easier than you thought! Get your own potable water from any water available!

A man can survive weeks without food, but without water, you'll barely make it a week. Water is essential to survival, and if you're in a survival situation, having to find a source of potable water should be your top priority.

Now the question is, what if you don't actually find one? Check out how you can make drinkable water through this infographic.

[Infographic] Crucial To Survival: How To Make Drinkable Water

5 Amazingly Easy Ways to Make Drinkable Water

Water may be around you, but it doesn't mean that it's clean or even drinkable for that matter. When in doubt, there's only one thing to do.

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Every outdoorsman should know how to make drinkable water and it's definitely easier than you think! Take these methods on this infographic and get your own potable water from any water available!

Special thanks to Survival-Mastery for this amazing infographic!

Charcoal Filtration

Use a pant leg or cone-shaped object and fill it with charcoal and two alternating layers of clean sand and small rocks. Boil water for 5 minutes to be sure all bacteria are dead. Nonetheless, it won't remove any minerals, solids, or metals in the water.

Distillation

This method boils the water to a point where it evaporates and collects the vapor in another bottle to let it condense. Instead of taking the foreign elements from the water, you remove the water from the dirt and put it in another container.

Purification Tablets

Use Iodine tablets or Chlorine drops to kill bacteria in the water. It may taste funny but it will surely quench your thirst and keep you hydrated!

UV Light

Ultraviolet pens kill any bacteria in the water. Just insert the bulb into the water, agitate for the specified amount of time and your water is safe to drink.

Filter

Use portable water filters to clean and purify your water. These filters use a ceramic and carbon-based system and they come in all shapes and sizes. Some are even small enough to fit right in your backpack!

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Once you have water, you'll surely be able to think and make better decisions when in a survival scenario. Dehydration may affect your outlook and psychology while you are in distress. Do away with all the germs in the dirty water and keep drinking clean, safe, and sanitary water for your hunting survival!

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on July 24, 2020, and has been updated for quality and relevancy.

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