Saturday, October 5, 2013

The Reservoir - Emergency Water Storage System

When there is a threat of a hurricane or tropical storm there is always a rush to run out and buy tons of bottled water because everyone needs enough water for themselves and their family for at least three days.  So even once you get through the crowd and to the water, it is all gone so it was like a wasted trip.  This can be frustrating but don't fret; there is a better way! 

The Reservoir is an emergency water storage bladder that fits in your bathtub that will hold up 100 gallons of water.  That is a lot of water!  Emergency management authorities recommend filling your tub with water but what is not thought about when doing this is that your tub has soap buildup, dirt and grime from washing.  Even worse the water is not covered so can be easily contaminated.  Gross.  But what if that water in your tub was not actually touching the tub and was contained so that it cannot be contaminated.  Genius.  

Water is ready to use and safe with The Reservoir.  It is simple to use as well.  All you have to do is unfold The Reservoir bladder in the tub and slip the filling tube over the faucet and let it fill up.  Easy Peasy.  Even getting the water out is easy.  The Reservoir comes with a siphon pump is included and it just takes a few squeezes and the water will continue to flow until you open thew vent cap.  The siphon is the perfect size to fit wherever you need it such as bottles, pots, pans, cups, etc.

Just more running to the store to stock up on water and fighting the crowds, no more filling your tub and worrying about the last time you cleaned it or that the water will be contaminated because it is not open.  The Reservoir is easily stored to when not in use. 

Be prepared and order your own Reservoir now.

Jenn, Mom Of Two Munchkins was provided with a free sample of this product to review, and was under no obligation to review it.  Nor was Jenn, Mom Of Two Munchkins under any obligation to write a positive review in return for the free product. I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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