View Full Version : let's talk water filters
07-27-2009, 04:12 PM
i need one ;)
i need either something that attaches at the side of the sink or is a stand alone not something that attaches to the faucet. i had a pur, it drove me nuts.
i don't want to be buying a bunch of plastic sh#t every other week
what do you love???
07-28-2009, 01:57 AM
I just got a Brita Water Pitcher and it works Great, the Water taste RAWsome. I just keep it in My Room by the Bed.
07-28-2009, 07:14 AM
At my old house I had aquasana and loved it! For my kitchen and shower. The kitchen is an under the counter, with a spigot on the sink. The shower uses the filter on the shower head. www.aquasana.com
Since I've moved, I haven't hooked that up yet, but got a Pur system for the time being and that works great too.
We've had reverse osmosis systems for over 25 years (2 - first one was a Culligan bought in the 80s, this one is from Sears -- I've even seen them now at Costco) and it works so well for us. We even have our ice maker plumbed into it. *Ü*
Back to add - my holistic MD recommends that we add mineral drops to our drinking water since the RO filter removes the good with the bad. So, we add them.
07-28-2009, 11:33 AM
I just use water you can refill at the store-it uses bunch of filters including reverse osmosis. I stoped using Brita after my son's doctor told me, that I can use Brita for his water, because it doesn't remove fluoride. And I definetely want to remove that! Now I am so in love with that water, that I don't like bottled water at all. I like to add some lemon to it.
One day when I live in the house, I will definetely get the whole house filter. For now on the showers I use shower filter.
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