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Marsha Walker: High praise for home water filter system

Marsha Walker writes:
We installed a water filter system at our kitchen sink many years ago. The water filter is under the sink; the dispenser on top. Clean water is used in cooking and makes better tea and coffee. It is a Sears model with two filters for different contaminants. They are replaced about twice a year. The icemaker has a small filter.

We started using filters when we received letters telling us what was in our water. Water bottles can be washed and refilled as needed for carry-outs. I do not buy bottled water (to save money and help the environment). --Marsha Walker
Comments re article 85166 Anyone have point of use solutions to bad tasting water



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