The 2 units that will live in our car are strictly for emergency use. And it will sometimes freeze in our unheated detached garage. So if we ever have to use these then we need to store them in the house in the winter until it warms up enough in the spring that we venture into the hills again.
After a trip I back flush them thoroughly, and let dry upright inside the house for several days. I than use compressed air to gently blow them completely dry.
I uses the lower pressure air from an auto-tire inflator without forming a seal. An air mattress inflator would also work very well. The regular type air compressor has too much pressure. I would caution against using any compressed air cans (electronic cleaner), most have some bitterant that might make for some funky tasting water for a while.
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