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Old 05-30-2020, 03:11 PM   #1
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Fresh water treatment

A couple years ago someone on here put me onto a water treatment system that has proven to keep water sanitary for extended periods, even years. It comes with test strips to check. I talked with them and they were very helpful. I used the stuff with success for more than a year, but got rid of that rig after it was damaged in Hurricane Irma. Now I can't recall the name of the product and can't find anything online that looks like it.

I hope someone knows the name of the product.
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Old 05-30-2020, 03:58 PM   #2
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Sorry, there is no halogen or oxidizer product or any other potable product that last for years. They all have a relatively short half life but do persist longer in the dark

Best thing to do is fill the tank with known treated water that is of good quality

Add some 3% peroxide and go for it. Others will say the old standby bleach, just get plain bleach without scent or other additives

If you need further help, respond and many will jump in
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