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Old 14-05-2015, 05:36   #16
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One inexpensive solution we have come up with is using a designated hose for filling the tanks instead of one that's been sitting on the docks. After filling the tanks, this hose is emptied and stored below. Even without adding bleach, the water stays fresh much longer than when we used a contaminated hose.

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