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Old 09-29-2019
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Tom - the Zero G says "drinking water safe" on the box.
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I too have the expandable type coiled up in a 2 gallon utility bucket. It works great for around the bus projects. But I have a separate dedicated water fill hose that I use just for filling the coach. I always run off my tanks rather than shore water.
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Originally Posted by oldmansax View Post
Are any of these certified for potable water?

Right on the label. Drinking water safe, no lead..
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