Survival Water Filter Charcoal Birch Bark Primitive Project

Survival Water Filter Charcoal Birch Bark Primitive Project is detailed in the step by step process of how to make dirty water ….drinkable.

Survival Water Filter Charcoal Birch Bark Primitive Project

Water is a necessity that you cannot live without for a long time…. actually 3 days. So, if you find yourself stranded without any water, you must find a local groundwater source. However, even after being lucky to find the water, you still cannot trust that it is drinkable water. The solution would be to filter the water to remove any possible impurities.

This DIY article was designed to introduce homesteading readers to way to make a water filter from scratch.

The creator of this wilderness survival project was hoping to help others to be able to improvise and make a survival water filter. It describes in detail what things are going to be needed in order to get started. It also includes an easy to read and follow step by step instruction guide. All of the information is really easy to read and understand.

– Birch Tree Bark

– A Small Live Branch or Small Live Plant

– STORE BOUGHT CHARCOAL ( OR you can also use burnt campfire wood – charcoal form)

– Gravel

– Stones

-An Article of Clothing (Preferably a Bandana)

Bring the clear water to a rolling boil for 1 minute (at elevations above 6,500 feet, boil for three minutes). Dirty water – boil for 10 minutes. Let the boiled water cool. Store the boiled water in clean sanitized containers with tight covers

Click here to read about Survival Water Filter Charcoal Birch Bark Primitive Project:

https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Survival-Charcoal-Filter/

 

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