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Water Preserver™
C O N C E N T R A T E

DIRECTIONS FOR USE


IT IS A VIOLATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER INCONSISTENT WITH ITS LABELING OR DIRECTIONS FOR USE. READ BOTTLE LABEL CAREFULLY

EMERGENCY WATER PREPARATION

  1. Remove safety seal from Water PreserverTM cap. Do not use it safety seal is broken or missing.
  2. Prepare WaterCubeTM or other containers for filling by rinsing out with regular clear tap water.
  3. Add 8 drops Water Preserver to an empty container for each gallon of water. (Note: Add 16 drops per gallon if water is cloudy or questionable). Examples: 2 1/2 gallon container x 8 drops per gallon = 20 drops. 30-gallon container x 8 drops per gallon = 240 drops. See Filling & Storage Tips.
  4. Fill container with regular clear tap water to approximately 3 inches below cap.
  5. Cap tightly. (For drums, use bung wrench.)
  6. After capping, invert or slosh container several times to wet the inside top and cap area. (Note: An optional procedure with large, heavy containers is to complete this step after adding the Water PreserverTM and only 1-2 gallons of water, then remove the cap and finish filling with water and re-cap container.)
  7. Write date of water preparation on the outside of the container.

CONTAINER FILLING TIPS

  • 55-Gallon Drums. For ease of use, the dropper tip may be carefully removed and the entire contents of a 55-gallon size bottle of Water PreserverTM emptied into the drum.
  • Smaller Containers. Follow instructions for Emergency Water Preparation above.
  • Always cap containers tightly. Use a bung wrench for drums.

WATER STORAGE TIPS

  • Do not open container until water is needed. Once container is opened, water may be used like fresh tap water, as needed, over a period of days or weeks.
  • If a water storage container is opened, the water must be re-treated with Water PreserverTM according to package directions prior to beginning another long-term storage cycle. Opening and closing a water container during the storage period (before it's needed) can introduce airborne and other types of contamination.
  • Never store emergency drinking water near stored gasoline, kerosene, pesticides or similar substances that can contaminate water.

PRODUCT USE, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

  • Don't wait. During an emergency is no time to think about storing water. Water PreserverTM promotes emergency readiness and survival, so remember to prepare your emergency water as soon as possible after your Water PreserverTM purchase.
  • Water PreserverTM, in its concentrated form, slowly loses strength with age and when exposed to heat and sunlight. STORE AWAY FROM HEAT AN AND SUNLIGHT. Do not use after date marked on bottom of bottle.
  • Keep in a locked storage area, away from children.
  • Dispose of any unused Water PreserverTM Concentrate by flushing down toilet or sink. Dispose of empty container in trash. Do not reuse container.

WATER STORAGE LIFE

Laboratory tests have shown that water prepared and stored using Water PreserverTM, as directed, will remain safe for drinking for a minimum 5 years. This product is registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and State Agencies.