Experimental: 6 easy steps to creating a survival water filter

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Water is a necessity for all living things, and going without it can create dire consequences. Whether you're camping or find yourself caught in a natural disaster, you'll be prepared with this handy trick. 

In this week’s episode of Experimental, you’ll learn an essential do-it-yourself science trick to create your own water filter.

You can make dirty water drinkable in the comfort of your kitchen with a few simple ingredients: 

  • Gravel

  • Sand

  • Cheese Cloth

  • Dirty Water

  • Plastic Bottle

  • Activated Charcoal

  • Scissors

Watch the video above to see the five easy steps to clean your water on the go.  

Experimental is a new AOL.com original series that demonstrates simple science experiments for adults and children to do together. Always take safety precautions.

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