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100 Year Old Way To Filter Rainwater In A Barrel

100 Year Old Way To Filter Rainwater In A Barrel

100-Year-Old Way to Filter Rainwater in a Barrel

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If you ever have a water shortage then this is a idea way of having some water for house hold use The following instructions are a cheap and easy way to make a filter just as good as a patent filter costing 10 times as much.

Take a new vinegar barrel or an oak tub that has never been used, either a full cask or half size. Stand it on end raised on brick or stone from the ground. Insert a faucet near the bottom. Make a tight false bottom 3 or 4 inches from the bottom of the cask. Perforate this with small gimlet holes, and cover it with a piece of clean white canvas.To read more follow the link to the article

100 Year Old Way To Filter Rainwater In A Barrel

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