How to make drinking water. LONGTERM.

THE #1 KILLER IN THE WORLD IS BAD WATER, through dysentery. EPA directions for using CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE; Want to know what is in your tap water?:

25 Comments on "How to make drinking water. LONGTERM."

  1. Awesome i have been storing Bleach for a while now, this would be so much better

  2. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 2:38 am |

    @TeunisD LOL! if you can’t watch the video or follow the links in the box, YOU SHOULD NOT BE ATTEMPTING TO USE A CHEMICAL to sanitze your water. You will only be engangering yourself.

  3. Who ho, I dont get it. I am sorry, What is this product called you’ve bought?

  4. TheBgcheez | May 20, 2010 at 3:47 am |

    Awesome video – I never new this was the best route to take or that bleach actually goes bad.

  5. Very useful video. Thanks!

  6. VivianRinSC | May 20, 2010 at 5:03 am |

    Great info! No more buying bottles of bleach for us. lol. Sharing this on Facebook with my friends. 🙂

  7. GTVAlfaMan | May 20, 2010 at 5:45 am |

    Would this make the same bleach the wife uses in the washing machine for our white laundry? Is it the same when mixed with water?

  8. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 6:45 am |

    There is a link to the GOV. EPA site in the info box. This will give you the proper recipe to go by.

  9. Ok, so half a table spoon of this per gallon of water, then how much bleach per gallon? 3 drops?

  10. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 8:07 am |

    Peace to you as well. Thanks.

  11. Hybrid5226 | May 20, 2010 at 8:42 am |

    Pool Shock (Calcium Hypochlorite) when added to water makes Hypochlorous acid.
    (Hydrogen,Oxygen,Chlorine) the same chlorine that is in table salt . But it reacts differently .
    Hypochlorous acid is a critical component produced an used by the immune system to kill pathogens throughout the whole body . Something the medical community does not want you to know . They use it in the poor regions to cure malaria but you wont hear about that in the U.S.

  12. keepinthfaithlastday | May 20, 2010 at 8:56 am |

    Wow crazy, I never knew! I just stepped into a goldmine. Thank you

  13. vention4wh | May 20, 2010 at 9:34 am |

    Awesome! I just ordered some. It cost me 20 bucks though, probably because I didn’t shop around as well.

    While I’m recovering from my little accident . . .
    I’m taking time to check out your older videos.

  14. CanadianPatriot1973 | May 20, 2010 at 10:28 am |

    WOW!! Great! never heard of anyone telling others about this. This is great thanx!!

    BTW, Your second link doesnt work anymore.

  15. alphasight2077 | May 20, 2010 at 11:14 am |

    yankeeprepper is a control freak he bans everyone who disagrees even if they don’t swear . youtube video /watch?v=pwfWNM5vly4

  16. WorldStove | May 20, 2010 at 11:38 am |

    nice instructional video.

  17. notbored12 | May 20, 2010 at 11:38 am |

    The chlorinated water they say to make exceeds their own guidelines of 4 ppm chlorine maximum for safe drinking water slightly. From the various sources I could google normal drinking water is ~0.5-1 ppm chlorine, so it’s probably best to let it sit for a while or aerate it like they mention on the page.

  18. imsailing2 | May 20, 2010 at 11:55 am |

    Wow! This is great. And I thought I was really doing good because I have filters that will clean 600 gallons of water & I have 5 or 6 gallons of bleach. Thanks so much, and thanks for linking us to the instructions so we can see for ourselves.

  19. calledupagain | May 20, 2010 at 12:07 pm |

    thanks yankee I am really enjoying your channel and all the great vids on prep. Ive been keeping extra bleach on hand but this is so much more practical.

  20. Hey Yank! I was going back through your older videos, and look what I found.

    This is really good information. I never would have thought to get the pool stuff. It’ll last forever.

    Thanks for the info.

    (Hope you don’t mind me shortening your name. I did it in all fondness and respect!)

  21. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 1:11 pm |

    This would depend on how many gallons your bathtube holds.

    Follow the direction given in the INFO box to the right of the video. These directions are from the EPA.

  22. Hi i bought calcium hypochlorite, can you please tell me how much spoons i can put in drinking water and bath water that has come from a tap. If I fill the bath up then add say a half spoon full of this powder would it be ok. Thanks in advance!

  23. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 1:19 pm |

    I am only replying to this for the sake of eveyone that is reading it. Don’t confuse purifing potable water with non-potable water. The water mules delivered in the military are filled with potable water. a couple capfulls of bleach are added to keep the water fresh while stored.

    When purifing non-potable water (water pulled from your rain barrels or a creek…) as I discussed in the video….follow the EPA instructions on the link.

    THINKING is 90 percent of the task.

  24. whiskeymedic | May 20, 2010 at 2:07 pm |

    I can assure you that I was a US Army Medic for over twenty years and that standard US Army SOP is to get drinking water to between 5 and 15 parts per million of bleach. I have no reason to make that up, I simply asked you where you got the info, thank you for pointing it out to me. I do not understand why you think I am looking for an arguement?

  25. Yankeeprepper | May 20, 2010 at 3:05 pm |

    If you were only adding 3 capfuls of bleach to 400 gallons of water, then I would say you were part of some government experiement.

    As I mentioned in the video…..I placed the link to the GOV. EPA website on instructions for using Bleach and Calcium Chlorite to disinfect water in the header.

    Life is about the details.

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