How to make your own solar water filter

How to build your own water purification system?

You don’t need fancy hardware or a fancy purifier.

You just need some old clothes, some old water and a bit of patience.

That’s how I built my own solar-powered water filter. 

The design is based on a similar concept from the Japanese, but it uses an internal pump that runs on solar power and can handle up to 1.5 gallons of water per minute.

The filter can even be used as a water purifying device, allowing for a total water consumption of just under 1 gallon per day.

The filter, which I dubbed “The Big Bang Filter,” measures 7 by 4 inches and is made from aluminum, stainless steel, and plastic.

The entire system can be built with parts that cost under $1,000.

It has an automatic filter valve, which turns on when the water level drops below a specified level.

The only thing you’ll need to build this water filter is a little bit of fabric to cover the tubing.

The design can be made with other fabrics as well, but I opted for the fabric used in the original, which is 100 percent recycled.

The solar water filters can also be used to filter water for your backyard watering system.

A video showing the solar water filtration system can also help you decide if the system is worth your money.