How to Choose a Water Filter

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  • This is interesting I will look at the report for my area. - 1/29/2016 10:04:00 AM
  • We would like to get filtered-but there are so many out there. Would like to find a good one that does the job cheaply. Any suggestions? - 1/28/2016 6:23:47 PM
  • I've been using PUR filters on my kitchen sink for several years. It's amazing how much better everything is when you use a filtered water! - 1/28/2016 8:57:48 AM
  • Checkout The E-Spring water Filter....Costs more but your water will be FILTERED ..It is AMAZING - 11/28/2015 2:32:34 AM
  • I've had good results with a Brita slim line pitcher about $10 at Lowes/Home Depot comes with 1 filter - 10/7/2015 9:44:32 AM
  • I use a filter kettle ,i do not drink bottled water - 9/21/2015 12:05:01 PM
  • I also use clearly filtered water bottle and pictures - 8/15/2015 4:36:17 PM
  • The Company Clearly Filtered offers a water bottle and a pitcher that filters out Flouride as well as other impurities. - 6/9/2015 5:19:31 AM
  • Zero water is the best. - 6/3/2015 8:51:49 PM
  • I have used a PUR filter ever since I stopped buying bottled water. I have on on my facet and one on my 2 gallon pitcher. Excellent tasting water!! - 5/23/2015 1:23:48 AM
  • I have a Brita water pitcher at home. I would love to have a whole house filter as it would filter the shower water too. But I could buy a shower water filter pretty cheap instead. - 3/30/2015 10:06:33 PM
  • There is so much information out there that it could rattle your brain to the MAX! I have had Brita and Zero. For the money Brita does just as well as Zero in my opinion and tests (both chemical and taste). - 12/18/2014 11:25:16 PM
  • Water is essential for health, hygiene and the productivity of our community. water treatment process may vary on the water condition that you have in your area. its better to invest on a good water treatment. it will benefit you by providing safety to you and your family. - 11/11/2014 11:03:30 PM
  • I use a Seychelle water pitcher and portable water bottle with a very high tech filter. Water is the best tasting I've ever had. They are available from the Seychechelle company, bbetter deals are found on the Jim Bakker ministry website. They frequently run 3 for the price of 2 on many items. - 8/2/2014 10:48:24 PM
  • I bought a BRITA not sure if its all that great but its OK. I am not keen on fluoridation and wish it wasn't added to the water. We have fairly good water BUT when I worked at a former employer we had a demineralyzer for the battery plants ( I worked for a Telecom Company in Canada) and one time I had the change the media (this thing consisted of 2 large plastic columns with media inside each of them) I opened one up and the smell was DISGUSTING. I also know we used Reverse osmosis when I worked in the High Arctic at a Weather Station (they used water diverted from a creek),
    That seemed to taste OK but the water seemed "dead" as there was very little dissolved solids or gasses. - 7/7/2014 9:49:37 PM