Access DeniedFeel free to post anything Northern Virginia residents would find interesting. Where can I fill 5 Gallon water jugs? I know there are retail locations where you can fill them up for something like 35 cents a gallon. Does anybody know where any places like that are here in NOVA? Contoh kortikosteroid oral you can't fit the jug primo water bottles home depot your sink, get another amazing piece of technology called a hose and connect it to your faucet.
Where can I fill 5 Gallon water jugs?
Feel free to post anything Northern Virginia residents would find interesting. Where can I fill 5 Gallon water jugs? I know there are retail locations where you can fill them up for something like 35 cents a gallon. Does anybody know where any places like that are here in NOVA? If you can't fit the jug into your sink, get another amazing piece of technology called a hose and connect it to your faucet.
I can fill your 5 Gallon water dispenser. It just will not be filled with water. If you have a real aversion tap you can probably buy generic spring water at Walmart for less, but why not just invest in a decent whole house filtration system if you are so concerned about water quality?
Why do thinks its called evian You can fill them at the same place where you can buy a can of steam I think this is the hemp rolling papers dude looking for 'cheaper than home depot' water. BTW home depot sells water for a buck thirty a gallon?!? You can't fill them - they're single use only.
Once the jug is empty, it becomes contaminated with air and is no longer suitable for liquid. Air contamination - bastards You got the one with the cap that has a seal on it right?
The above poster is correct once air contaminates the jug you should throw it away. A lot of it is. Dasani and a bunch of others are just filtered tap water.
Unless it says "spring water", it's probably just muni water that's been filtered via reverse osmosis or something. Even some brands that claim to be spring water are stretching the truth by claiming that since the muni supply is from a spring, they can call their bottled tap water "spring water". You can go to Almost Heaven in Manassas. I think some whole foods have something like that. But anywhere you pay 35 cents a gallon you're most likely just getting tap water, and if you're lucky it's filtered, but most likely not, since reverse osmosis filtration wastes a gallon for every gallon of filtered water it produces.
For the price you pay at Home Depot, you can have Deer Park or Crystal Srping deliver five 5 gallon jugs of spring water to your house each month. I used to have this service when I had roommates and could split the cost with them, and it's really convenient. BTW, I hope you know you need to pour a little bleach in the dispenser and run fresh water through it every month or so. Most people forget to do that, and all kinds of bacteria builds up in the well, sorta defeating the purpose of paying for spring water.
How much bleach do you need to run through the dispenser Bob? After that I run how much water through it? Now if I wanted to store water whats the best way to do that?
I was going to fill some jugs I had but after reading this thread that doesn't sound like such a good idea. I used to just take an empty 5 gal. I think you can safely store water in jugs, but I would dispose it after a year, clean the jug and refill with fresh water. The remark someone made about air contaminating the bottle was a joke.
Do you think beverage containers are filled in some sort of vacuum chamber? Spunky, you need to drink a gallon of bleach to do the job. It depends on the container; there is a code on the bottom of the container. Some containers are safe to refill. Filling from the tap, or filling with bottled water, is probably the safest ways to go. Remember the days when we bought those 5 gallon Rubbermaid jugs at the discount stores and refilled them dozens of time for picnics or outings?
How on earth did we ever survive? Edited 1 time s. This will keep for about 3 years depending on the permeability of the container.
Another good technique is to build a water filter for emergency situations. This never goes bad and you can reuse it hundreds of times.
Take a 5 gallon bucket, drill a few holes in the bottom, add a layer of cheesecloth to the bottom, 6 inches of activated charcoal buy at an aquarium store and then up to the top with sand, leaving about 3" of space at the top. Have another bucket to catch the water. Pour unfiltered water on top of the sand and let it filter through. Presto, clean, fresh, filtered water. There are BPA free water jugs available. However, all municipal water sources have chlorine and fluoride to the supply, which counter to popular belief, are devastating on your health.
Yes, some bottled water is nothing more than just tap water, but others are not. And yes, some add minerals for flavor, but also health, as many American diets lack proper minerals needed for ultimate health. Instead of offering no helpful advice what-so-ever, most of you may want to do some research and realize what's truthfully beneficial before spouting your mouths and making useless, demeaning, sarcastic remarks.
There are sources of pure water that filter out not only organic contaminants, but do not include chlorine or fluoride and other hormones and pharmaceuticals that contaminate most municipal water supplies. I apologize that I can't give you specific examples of where to find these sources in your area.
If you would like a source that you know you can trust because you service the filtration yourself, you could invest in a faucet attachment filtration device and fill your own bottles, for example at http: The filters should also last quite a while if you're only filling 5 gallon bottles.
This sounds liek some nutso survivalist. The water is fine for millions in Fairfax. And he is worried about some air. I get my water strait out of the potomac river unfiltered. I have been doing it for years. You have to keep your immune system strong! I saw this thread title and immediately thought "How do I fill 4 gallons using a 5 gallon and a 3 gallon jug? A North Carolina Sticks friend of mine used to recount the story of how he filled his "jugs".
Come back 15 minutes later - filled jug is on the stump. He let me sample some of this one time when I visited his house. That was some mighty fine water. I needed a shot of whiskey to ease the pain. Lets take a good look at those jugs ma'am , and I'll tell you where to bring them. If you have a lot of those 5 gallon jugs and willing to drive, you can fill them up at berkeley springs in wv.
While you're there you can enjoy the spa and check out general washingtons private bath. Those empty bottles can be cleaned with a little bleach. The smell may linger but it won't kill ya So you have a 5 gallon jug and a 3 gallon jug, but you need exactly 4 gallons of water. How do you do it? Fill each jug up halfway. Fill the 5 gallon jug Pour water out into 3 gallon jug You have 2 gallons left, empty 3 gallon jug and fill it with 2 gallons.
Fill the 5 gallon jug, pour into 3 gallon jug that has 2 gallons already. You'll end up with 4 gallons in 5 gallon jug exactly. Help yourself to the koi pond off my patio. You may want to boil before ingesting My cocker spaniel pissed in it earlier. I used to love it when you could find a Jugs valu pak at convenience stores. You people are idiots. I was looking for the same question but I was just trying to see if there is any place cheaper then where I wanted to go. Some people live off the grid and use jugs of water instead.
I guess simple minded people wouldn't under stand that huh? Anyway the cheapest place i've seen is walmart and hyvee if you have one.
I know Wholefoods Market in Vienna VA has a reverse osmosis refill for all size jugs for 39 cents a gallon. Best water you can get for dirt cheap. That's where I get refill water, just saying. I heard they have free flowing outside spigots. Clear running spring water too. You can fill her up anywhere you want - perhaps behind some bushes or in the back of your car.
But it's not nice to call her "5 Gallon water jugs" regardless of how much you like her boobs. I also searched for this same question.