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Old 05-17-2014, 05:27 PM   #51
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Yeah I know, but how do I save the Hydric acid I keep getting left over? I'm a prepper and I've been trying to dehydrate it to make it lighter, save space, and last longer, but it's not working well.
OK, you have now piqued my curiosity. What's this about? What does acid have to do with prepping?
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OK, you have now piqued my curiosity. What's this about? What does acid have to do with prepping?
Not just any acid, hydric acid. It's potent stuff and very useful for LOTS of things, but can be quite dangerous under some conditions. If there ever was a SHTF situation, you'd want a nice supply per person available per day, more if it's hot. That's why getting the oz, right is so important to allocating it properly.

Here's a link to a DHMO website explaining it's dangers.: http://www.dhmo.org/

Or if that text is too dense, you could Google it.
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