In any situation, anywhere around the world, clean, safe drinking water is always at hand – once you have the right tools: 1 a Just Water™ Ceramic Drip filter . . . 2 two stackable buckets with lids . . .  3 a sharp knife or drill . . .  4 and one tap.

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Instructions: Find two stackable buckets, with two lids.

Step 1 Drilling: Drill or cut a 5/8 hole in the bottom of the upper bucket. Drill or cut another hole on the side of the lower bucket, close to the bottom. Drill or cut a final hole in the middle of one of the lids. Three holes total will need to be made.

Step 2  Tap Assembly: Place rubber washer on the tap and guide it through hole on side of lower bucket. Place second washer on the tap threads inside the bucket and screw on the wing nut snugly, but dont over tighten.

Step 3 Filter Assembly: Place rubber washer on the threads of the ceramic filter. Place the filter inside the upper bucket and guide the threads through the hole in the bottom. Place second washer on the threads and and screw on the wing nut snugly, but dont over tighten.

Step 4 Final Assembly: Place the lid with the hole in the center on top of the lower bucket (the one with the tap). Next place the upper bucket on top of the lower bucket, and guide the filter nozzle through the hole in the lid on the lower bucket.

Step 5Just Add Water: Fill the upper bucket with water from the cleanest source available: Rainwater, well-water, river, stream or pond.

The first five gallons will take a few hours to slowly filter down into the lower bucket. An endless supply of clean, safe drinking water is now available. Enjoy. As the clean water level goes down, keep adding water to the top bucket. this way your supply will never run out.

Included with each filter is a cotton pre-filter sock that fits over the ceramic filter if the source water is muddy.  See more stories and instructions in the ‘Water Filter’ category and in the Links’ column titled Just Water™ Filters.