Fridge Filter Overview
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The water that comes from the water tap in your refrigerator should be safely drinkable. It should taste good, if not great. It should make you wonder why people spend money on bottled water.
If the water coming from your refrigerator is filtered, all this is easily achieved. A refrigerator water filter means that you do not have to worry at all about drinking the water you get from your refrigerator door. There are special water filters that are designed for use in refrigerators. These assure you that the water you drink from the refrigerator, and the ice you get from your freezer, are pure, clean, and sweet-tasting.
Refrigerator water filters remove the elements you do not want in your water and leave only cool, pure water. Unpleasant tastes and odors are removed in the process of filtering out chlorine, dirt, sediment, and bacteria. There are more sophisticated refrigerator water filters that will remove metals and heavy chemicals from your refrigerator water; this can be a really useful thing if your community is known to have high metal content in its water supply.
(Metals can affect your water quality but they can also have a negative impact on your house's plumbing, so a filtering process can be good for many reasons!)
There are many types of refrigerator water filters on the market today. Many of them can be installed in applications that aren't strictly speaking refrigerators - a water cooler, or a stand-alone ice machine in a restaurant, for example.
The filter cartridges in a refrigerator water filter need to be changed regularly, just like any other filter cartridge you may have in your house. This is easy to do and completely worthwhile. An old cartridge will, after a while, cease to be effective, so you'll be reminded to change the cartridge automatically.
One of the major advantages of having a refrigerator water filter is that it saves the space taken up by keeping a filtered water pitcher in the refrigerator. After all, most of us want a drink of water to be cold as ice - and the only way to have that is to keep your water in the refrigerator. For those whose refrigerators are old-fashioned and don't supply water or ice, the pitchers are handy and easy to use. But if your refrigerator has a water supply and ice machine, it's so much more efficient to install a water filter. It will mean that your water is always fresh. And so
will your ice! No longer will you think that the ice cubes are making your homemade iced tea taste funny. Refreshments over ice will be even more refreshing if your ice cubes are made with filtered water. If you're in a household that enjoys homemade lemonade, imagine how much more crisp and refreshing the lemonade would taste if they were made with ice made out of filtered water!
It only makes sense to provide your household with the best drinking
water. You can invest in bottled water, but it is expensive and takes up precious space. Much better to make the slight upgrade in what you already have in your kitchen - a water and ice
equipped refrigerator - and have filtered water and pure ice cubes at your fingertips every day of the year.