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Re: TS Fay - Useful Information
      Wed Aug 20 2008 11:17 PM

Along these lines... if you have "suspect" water... one medicine dropper of bleach (just a drop) will make a gallon drinkable...

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* TS Fay - Useful Information Ed DunhamAdministrator Wed Aug 20 2008 11:17 PM
. * * Re: Fay Loves Central Florida seabra.czako   Sat Aug 23 2008 02:04 AM
. * * Re: Fay Loves Central Florida Storm Cooper   Sat Aug 23 2008 02:15 AM
. * * Re: TS Fay - Useful Information cieldumortModerator   Thu Aug 21 2008 01:11 AM
. * * Re: TS Fay - Useful Information Storm Cooper   Wed Aug 20 2008 11:17 PM

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