- Benefits & Description
Benefits & Description
Water Preserver Included | 80 days of drinking water | BPA Free
• Stay hydrated in an emergency
It's recommended that you have 1/2 gallon of water per person per day for emergency situations. This will provide you with 40 gallons (8 containers that are 5 gallons each)- about 80 days of drinking water storage! • High-quality containers
The Stackable Water Container Kit is made from 100 percent non-toxic food-grade plastic. That means there is no leaching and the plastic is more durable than others. • Save on space
These Stackable Water Containers allow you to save on space. Instead of laying your water containers all over the floor, you can stack them to decrease your storage space! Emergencies and natural disasters can strike at any time and it's important to be prepared. One of the largest needs that you and your family will have is a good supply of drinking water. The 40-Gallon Stackable Water Container Kit is a great way to be ready! With high-grade plastic, opaque outsides and stacking ability, this is a great choice for your family.
The Stackable Water Containers each hold 5 gallons of water. That means that with this kit, you'll have 40 gallons of fresh, clean water for you and our loved ones. You'll need about a half gallon each day for drinking purposes in an emergency which means that this supply will last a person 80 days, cut it in half if you plan to use it for cleaning and hygiene.
The included bottle of water preserver is the perfect amount to treat a 55-gallons of water, so you can always have safe water available. Normally, your emergency water should be dumped and rotated every six months to a year. That can be time-consuming an can be very awkward and difficult. With one bottle of Water Preserver, your water remains crisp and fresh for 5 years lowering the amount of work you need to do.
Water is an item that you'll need in an emergency. While you might be able to survive for a while without food, you won't last very long without water. Be prepared with water for your family and buy today!
PLEASE NOTE:To avoid leaking, tighten cap well. The vast majority are able to do so by hand. For those that are not able to fasten the cap tight enough by hand, we recommend using channel locks and Teflon Tape as needed. Depending on what version of container you receive some will come with an anti-tampering lid, when tightening the cap you will hear the anti-tampering ring produce a clicking sound. Some people make the mistake thinking that when it clicks the cap is tight enough but that is not the case, you need to tighten the cap until you can't tighten it anymore.
- What's in the Box?
- Features & Specifications
Features & Functions
SKU: WA0128X8 Needs Supplied: Water and Hydration Brand: Ready Store Dimensions (LxWxH): 11" x 10" x 14" Container Type: Stackable Container Volume: 151 L. | 40 gal.
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