This is a campground and RV park WARNING! This could make you sick. WATER! Clean water is kind of important, but do you know how bad or contaminated your RV park or campground water is? You would be surprised!
Cheri and I have used a Travel Berkey for years for our drinking water, but that doesn’t take care of the entire RV water needs. We all absorb water through our skin when we shower and what about brushing your teeth?
We finally discovered a whole RV clean water solution! It’s small, portable, light-weight, long-lasting and so much more! Check out this week’s video here and this important safe water information.
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3 thoughts on “WARNING! This Could Make You SICK on Your RV or Camping Trip!”
If you use an On the Go Water Softener would you hook the filtration system ahead or after the softener?
Hi Todd, thank you for you video, you are so very correct the water in the RV Parks is really bad.
We so enjoy your YouTube channel. Just wondering if you flushed out all the water from your line before drinking the new water? You might want to remind people that water does stay in the line and it could still contain all the uglies.
Safe travels and we look forward to your next video.
Debi and Guy Davidson
I’ve stayed at some RV parks that have some pretty nasty water. lol The more you can do to keep from dealing with the nastiness, the better.
Thanks for doing the research and finding good solutions for the RV community. 😀