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Thread: Do you drink the water?

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    Do you drink the water?



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    I have drunk the water from tanks in boats and motorhomes for 50 plus years with not a single problem.

    Do you or don't you drink the water from your onboard tank?
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    I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by POI Admin View Post
    I have drunk the water from tanks in boats and motorhomes for 50 plus years with not a single problem.

    Do you or don't you drink the water from your onboard tank?
    Pretty much Exactly the same post could have come fro me, So itís another Yep from The Nest...


    Donít know if that coming from a Zombie helps or Hinders the point though !

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    4 litre bottles of supermarket water for drinking here....

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    Haha! Chris, tell me this isn't because I said I thought the majority of us carried separate fresh drinking water... is it? I did say I could be wrong
    Excellent idea for a poll thumb.gif Oh and it's separate drinking water for me ta.
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    I don't, because you cannot trust the water supply abroad, so i always load up with 10ltrs of drinking water in a bottle with a tap fitted.

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    As we don't use ours 12months and drain/dump open all valves taps for winter. Deep milton'd last month. Drained, flushed and drained and flushed again. We're happy to use our water now 'til Oct/Nov with top-ups.

    Won't fill at french aires. Seen too many grubby foreigners swilling toilets out with the drinking (potable) stuff. No amount of wipes/rinsing/using own pipes would make us want to. 99% safe, probs. Umpteen folks use no probs, but not risking it !

    Our tank does us upto a week by which time we are looking for a site to charge/refill/top-up.

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    I do but I keep my tank and pipes clean and I treat my water, I take it out for a drink

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    Good Poll sir, reading another post I was wondering, Incidentally using flat bat I am not about to criticise anyone fwiw drunk from the tanks years,,, My Grandfather was a collier had two raw eggs whisked in milk for his breakfast before his shift that is way off limits nowadays ,,,traceability seems the buzz word

    Good topic

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