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January 15, 2013

ZEROWATER


We drink a lot of water in our house, but hate the way water our tap water tastes.  It contains a lot of chlorine and not only can you taste it, you can even smell it!  Not very appetizing even if you are really thirsty. My husband is especially in tune to the "taste" of water, especially when we go to restaurants. He'll ask for cherries and lemons in his water to mask the "tap" taste, so we were thrilled to try the Zerowater pitcher.


Introducing ZeroWater Pitchers

The ZeroWater pitchers are the only pitchers that are certified to reduce lead and chromium in your drinking water. The filter actually has five layers:
  1. Activated carbon-infused micro cloth
  2. Multi-layer system using carbon and oxidation reduction alloy
  3. Distributor that maximizes contact time
  4. Comprehensive ION EXCHANGE array
  5. Non-woven membrane to remove fine particles
In other words, the ZeroWater pitcher takes all the junk out of your drinking water so that you’re just drinking water.
We tried the pitcher for about 2 weeks, and my husband said he couldn't really notice the difference between our Brita filtered water and the Zerowater, but we've been other places that have Zerowater and he said he could tell the water was clean, so maybe out water is just cleaner to begin with :)
Overall, I think it's a great product and great concept, especially when you're concerned about whats going into your childrens's systems or even your own!

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