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How To Make a Improvised Charcoal Filter


The use of an improvised charcoal filter is a great way to remove sediments, remove many potentially harmful contaminants, and to improve taste.

Charcoal is used in many household and back-country water filters, and in my experience with primitive filtration methods, it is also the easiest and most effective method to use in the field. Read the full, detailed article and See how to make one below.

How To Make a Improvised Charcoal Filter

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