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Good idea thanks for sharing
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Thanks for watching my garbage..
Really helpful thinking and info. Thanks.
Key takeaway: Filling canteens and disinfecting/purifying what’s inside them may not always happen at the same time. In that interim space you’re potentially carrying canteens that have both drinkable and undrinkable water. Being able to identify which is which by sight AND touch is important.
I wonder if a rubber band around the cap/neck would also serve the purpose.
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Indeed.. anything will work and yes thats the point.. Keeping it simple is the key. Being tired makes bad things happen and this helps me out..
You may have to top off in a hurry .. plus if you just gather water for cooking later you’ll sterilize it then with heat saving tabs or filter use..
Glad its was of use to you..
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