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water-barrel-rack: page also includes other water storage tidbits. Very useful ideas :D

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Find answers to questions about rotating your stored water. Storing water is crucial in case of emergency.

Stop keeping your lemons on your counter top, in the pantry, or in a bag in your fridge. There is a better way! Cover with water and place in fridge. It seals the peels and keeps them fresh.

Water Brick Containers - Each Brick stores 3.5 gallons of water. They can be frozen, so you can store water outside! They stack too, so a small footprint will store a lot of water for you.

Good idea for storing water that isn't for drinking. The spiket would be very handy. (Ark Prep 101 - How Much Water Do I Store?)

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