September 28th, 2016
10/7/2016 10:06:35 am
And what is your solution for fluoride filtration? I have yet to buy my own fluoride testing meter, it was previously recommended to me by someone else as we discussed filters on Amazon but they are kind of expensive. However, it seems conclusive that distillation and reverse osmosis both remove fluoride very well, along with every mineral in the water. Which is a debatable side effect.
10/10/2016 11:03:17 pm
Please don't leave me hanging lile this. We have a whole house filter that gets ride of chlorine and things of that nature. Additionally we have a reverse osmosis system for the kitchen faucet. We we're told that it removes everything leaving pure water. We paid a bit more than $5000 on the whole system and the annual upkeep is about $400-$600 depending on what filters are due to be changed. The water tasted great! After 11 years the reverse osmosis system's bladder failed- of course it had a 10 year warranty. We haven't replaced it yet because we are in a bad financial time. Our water tastes terrible now. I got spoiled. Knowing what a bind we were in with finances the repairman told me that Lowe's sells reverse osmosis systems. He didn't know if they we're comparable but said they were much more affordable to buy. We haven't replaced it yet so I'm dying to find out about your research.
4/29/2017 04:40:50 pm
Did you guys see the other parts? Was it helpful?
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