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Topic - What Plans Have You Made for Water
Posted: June 10 2006 at 7:25pm By brianages
Originally posted by Pixie Pixie wrote:

I am lacking in water storage, I have only individual gallons about 150 . My house is such there is no access to the cellar from inside. I would have to go outside. 55 gallon drums would be great,but I'd probably be seen bringing up water.How long would it be before someone broke in the cellar? I've thought about having a trap door cut in,but no funds to hire someone,and being a manless household I am at a loss. Somewhere I read even though the water may not be chlorinated in emergency situations they would let it run. So I'll be refilling and sanitizing with clorox and hydrogen peroxide.
I would worry about storage prior to the threat of a break in. Just my opinion but fear of the outdoors should not be in a plan and there are remedies to protect outdoor storage (cans on string, dog, trip flares, etc...)
Buy "food grade" hydrogen peroxide. I learned this from an engineer.