The Reservoir Emergency Water Storage System - Review

Disclosure: I received this product at no charge in exchange for my honest review.
Are you prepared?
Authorities always stress how important it is to have emergency water on hand in the event of an emergency. Many of us probably take for granted the easy access we have to clean water. I'm always amazed at the news stories of people waiting in line to buy bottled water after hurricanes, floods and other natural disasters that interrupt our ability to wash, cook, clean, bathe, flush, and drink. One gallon of water isn't going to go very far.
The Reservoir is an emergency water storage system. Made of heavy-duty, food-grade plastic that meets FDA guidelines, The Reservoir turns your standard bathtub into a storage system that holds 100 gallons of water, more than enough for your entire family and all their water needs for several days.
As soon as you hear a storm is coming, all you need to do is open The Reservoir up, set it in your bathtub, connect the plastic spigot line to the faucet and The Reservoir and let it fill up. It's a much better idea than just filling the bathtub with water, because the sealed plastic will protect the water from dirt, debris, and soap residue.
The Reservoir also comes with a siphon pump for dispensing the water. You can dispense it with the siphon tube into bottles, pitchers, or buckets, depending on what your water needs are at the time.  I think it's a fantastic product and a fabulous way to keep water sanitary, especially if you're already having to deal with other worries that go along with natural disasters.
Don't wait until it's too late! Visit Amazon.com today and order The Reservoir today so you are prepared before something happens. 

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