Emergency Water Storage Ideas Free Containers DIY Survival Gear Free Prepping Gear Store emergency water in your freezer. Water Storage A surprising way and place to store water for emergencies, fill leftover plastic containers with water, and freeze them. Your freezer runs more efficiently when it’s full, and the frozen containers are handy to toss in your cooler or ice chest. Keep a cooler in the car for grocery shopping, and toss a frozen container inside when you head to the store. Place your cold items directly into the cooler for the trip home. When the ice melts you have extra drinking water, and no mess of melting ice. Simple, and free! Remove frozen water containers from the freezer when you are ready to stock your freezer again. Avoid food storage problems if the power goes out, the ice blocks will keep things frozen longer. Help your refrigerator and freezer run more efficiently while storing extra water for emergencies. Clean plastic food safe containers such as pop or juice bottles, cottage cheese or sour cream containers are great. Leave room at the top for the water to expand when it freezes. Use sturdy containers, and stay away from empty milk jugs as water storage containers. They just don’t last.
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