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When you're in the wilderness, you need clean water to drink -- but water sources in the wilderness can carry bacteria such as giardia. You don't want giardia, ...
To complete this task, you'll need the following:--Water bottle: A Nalgene (what I use here) or a metal water bottle will work best, but all you really need ...
After finding a water source, you need to fill your bottle with water. To do this, position yourself close to the water source and tilt the bottle under ...
Dip your eyedropper into the iodine tincture and squeeze up some of the liquid. Carefully position the eyedropper over the mouth of the bottle and add 5-10 drops ...
After adding the iodine, you need to wait 5 minutes before you can continue. You can go for a quick hike, admire nature, play a game, or think ...
After five minutes, you need to purify the mouth and rim of the bottle (which touched the original water source and which will touch your mouth). To do ...
The iodine needs time to completely purify the water. You need to wait 30 minutes before you can drink the water--plenty of time to finalize that idea for ...
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