Question about Haier HDC10LBS Stainless Steel 10-Cup Coffee Maker
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yeah, guys,,, Water has added industrial chemicals in it as well as debris from the pipes that bring it to your home. Buy a reverse osmosis filter for your home or just your sink for $500 to $250. Or if you only have 80 bucks to spare on your health, buy the zero water filtration system It works like a Brita only it romoves all dissolved non water particles from your drink. It comes with a particulate meter that reads the total dissolved solids in part per million. My tap is 278ppm. After using a three month old zero water filter on it; only reads 2ppm. A fresh filter will provide you 0ppm for about a month1/2. Or if you want to go all out buy a Big Burkey Water Filtration System and you can purify pond water or wine if you need to. Your espresso machines are getting filled with flouride deposits
Posted on Jul 13, 2012
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