Aquamira Water Treatment Drops 1oz

08/12/2013 - Comment

Aquamira Water Treatment Drops are ideal for longer trips and group water treatment. This popular chlorine dioxide kit treats up to 120 quarts (30 gallons) of water yet slips easily into a shirt pocket. Liquid drops are easy to dispense making even large container water treatment a quick process. Long shelf life (4years) is unaffected

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Aquamira Water Treatment Drops are ideal for longer trips and group water treatment. This popular chlorine dioxide kit treats up to 120 quarts (30 gallons) of water yet slips easily into a shirt pocket. Liquid drops are easy to dispense making even large container water treatment a quick process. Long shelf life (4years) is unaffected by partial use of bottles. McNett customer care @ 1-800-221-7325 (or) www.mcnett.comStay healthy anywhere you go with Aquamira’s water treatment drops. Ideal for longer trips or when treating water for groups, the drops attack Giardia, bacteria, Cryptosporidium, and other contaminants, making it safe to travel in remote areas without getting sick. No cramping, nausea, or other inconveniences that can otherwise stop you in your tracks. Plus, the compact 1-ounce bottle fits conveniently in a pack or pocket, so you can travel as lightly as you’d like.

Colorless and odorless, the Aquamira tablets are made using a chlorine dioxide formula, which kills waterborne pathogens better than iodine or chlorine. EPA-registered, a single 1-ounce bottle of Aquamira drops treat up to 30 gallons (120 quarts) of water. The drops are also suitable for disaster preparedness kits, water storage, and emergency water treatment.

Product Features

  • Water treatment drops ideal for camping or traveling
  • Attack Giardia, bacteria, Cryptosporidium, and more
  • Fits conveniently in pack or pocket for easy carrying
  • Chlorine dioxide formula is more effective than iodine
  • 1-ounce bottle treats up to 30 gallons (120 quarts)
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Comments

SDW says:

Great alternative to iodine I’ve used Aqua Mira on 2 backpacking trips thus far and it has been better than iodine. The only problem is spilling it when you mix both parts together and also keeping track of the time. Eventually, if you use this for over 2 weeks, you’ll begin to taste it because it will build up in your bottle, however if you rinse your bottle out well, your water will barely have any Aqua Mira taste, if any.

John D. Goldsworthy "Radio Flyer (AT '04)" says:

Great Product In 2004 during my hike of the Appalachian Trail, my water filter was nothing but headaches, clogging and maintence. I replaced the filter 2 weeks into my hike with Aqua Mira and used it extensively for the rest of the trip. I found only a slight chlorine taste, no worse than some city water I’ve had. The only issue was I couldn’t drink my newly gathered water immediately, as one could with a filter. Water management had to be planned. I would take my breaks at or near a water source so I had…

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