Dehydrated Water In a Can

This miracle in a can is they key to rehydrating after an intense workout or a long night out. With dehydrated water all you have to do is pop the cap, add water and BOOM, infinite drinks! One 16oz can makes up to infinite gallons. It’s the perfect gift for someone who has it all, the product is, of course, gluten free, MSG free, and 100% free of all chemicals except the chemicals in the air the can contains.

Dehydrated water in a can.

We suggest several uses for dehydrated water: watering a cactus, VW Bug anti-freeze, dry cleaning, humidifying saunas, filling dry docks, dry mopping floors, making dry ice, dampening dry humor, etc.

Dehydrated water in a can.

This practical item is available on Amazon, and comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you’re not 100% completely satisfied, just send them an email, and they will make it right!

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  1. argh January 8, 2022

    Does it contain any dihydrogen monoxide?

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  2. ron January 9, 2022

    And contents can be recycled and at company premisies passed by the managment before recycling!

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  3. The joke's on you! January 10, 2022

    An empty paint-thinner tin for $13.99? Where is the “life choices” cat when you need him?

  4. I'm a bit older than you January 10, 2022

    Not a new concept.

    In the 1960’s during the Cuban water crisis the US Naval Base at Guantanamo severed their water supply from the island’s in response to Castro raising the water price.

    The US built a de-salinization plant and shipped water there by ocean transport until the plant was completed. When the third unit went on line (12/64) they were able to produce 2.5 million gallons a day.

    _The Gitmo Review_ for 12 December 1964 has a picture of “Berhard Dehydrated Water” on Page two.

    Label: “Empty contents of can into one gallon of water. Stir until dissolved. Chill and Serve”

    Article:

    “Dehydrated Water – an indispensable item in Gitmo – gave residents something to smile about during the period from February to December. This comical item was provided by Barhard Industries and is available as a souvenir at the Navy Exchange.”

    Berhard Industries – Chicago and San Jose ;-)

  5. Anonymous January 11, 2022

    Bruh it’s a joke

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