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Explained: The Difference Between Salt-Based and Salt-Free Water Softeners (Updated April 25th, 2023) If you notice stains, watermarks or filmy residue on your sinks and bathtubs, you might have a problem with hard water. Hard water contains high levels of minerals such as calcium and magnesium and can wreak havoc in any household. Luckily, there’s […]Read more
Why Micron Rating Matters in Water Filtration When shopping for a whole-house water filter system, there are a few things you need to consider to make an informed purchase. Of course, you want an affordable system that can filter large volumes of water. However, there’s something else just as crucial to keep in mind: the […]Read more
Is Distilled Water Safe to Drink? Here Are the Facts. Updated: April 12th, 2023 Shopping for drinking water isn’t the same these days. Back then, we could pick a few gallons of regular bottled water off the shelf at the grocery store without hesitation or confusion. But thanks to new forms of water treatment, we […]Read more
Can Hard Water Damage Car Paint? As a car owner, nothing beats a new, sparkling paint job that catches everyone’s eye. Whether fresh off the dealer’s lot or recently painted at an auto shop, you want that glossy shine to last a lifetime. But let’s face it, life happens. And that seemingly harmless water flowing […]Read more
9 Health Benefits You Didn’t Know Filtered Water Provides When you pour yourself a glass of tap water, do you ever consider what could be lurking in it? How about when you’re cooking or baking? Do you think about the quality of the water you use to cook pasta, make beverages, or bake pastries? We […]Read more
Chlorine in Drinking Water: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Updated November 30th, 2022 Chlorine is by far the most commonly used water disinfectant worldwide. Today, about 98% of U.S. municipalities use some chlorine-related process to treat their drinking water, thanks to the chemical’s wide-scale availability, low cost, ease of use, and proficiency at […]Read more
The Benefits and Risks of Deionized Water Updated Nov 17th, 2022 Water comes in different types – tap water, purified water, filtered water and alkaline water, to name a few. While many are safe to drink, they’re usually unfit for applications that use water as a rinse, ingredient, or solvent (think the food, cosmetic, and […]Read more
How to Remove Lead from Your Drinking Water Updated: November 1st, 2022 Few things are more satisfying than a tall glass of water after a long workout or a hot day. You fill it up at your faucet and gulp down without considering what contaminants you could be ingesting. And why should you? The Environmental […]Read more
Signs of Dehydration in Children and Adults – and Tips to Stay Hydrated Updated: October 19th, 2022 Picture this: It’s around 2 pm, and you’re starting to feel sluggish, unproductive, and exhausted. There are still hours left before you can end your day and relax, so you must overcome this midday slump ASAP. While your […]Read more
Carcinogens in Drinking Water: Is Your Water Raising Your Cancer Risk? For many of us, the word cancer alone is enough to evoke feelings of fear, unease, and worry. To reduce our risk, we try to make lifestyle changes, like quitting smoking, exercising regularly, and eating a healthy diet. But rarely do we consider filtering […]Read more