Friday, 10 January 2020

ZeroWater For The Purest Tap Water

In an age when we are all supposed to stop buying plastic bottled water and should instead be using our recyclable, eco-friendly bottles instead, you might well be wondering why on earth I have a water filter on my blog today?  Well for two reasons to be honest with you.
ZeroWater For The Purest Tap Water
Living in London, the water here is hard, have you ever looked inside your kettle after a few weeks of using it? Mine is always full of limescale and I am conscious that using too many chemicals to constantly clean my devices is not going to be good for me and secondly, drinking water comes with a whole host of benefits which include but is not limited too:
  • Helping to improve alertness
  • Improve skin texture
  • Aid digestion process
  • Improve energy levels
  • Improve bodily organ functions
  • Lubricate joints
  • Purify the body
  • Remove toxins
All of which are good reasons to drink water because without it you can suffer from headaches, dry mouth and fatigue to name just a few.  So drinking water is something we should all be doing, but drinking more water is something we should all aim to do.



The ZeroWater Filter Jug is a 12-cup jug filter or 2.8L and it because of its unique 5 stage filter, which removes more than other brands, it not only leaves you with the best possible tap water it also saves you money on buying bottled water in the process.  The 5-stage Ion Exchange Filtration system removes virtually all dissolved solids from your water and these might include Minerals, Salts, Metals such as Lead, Zinc and Aluminium and it also works to reduce 99% of all Fluoride and other inorganics, such as Nitrates, from your water. Broken down each of the 5 stages of filtration work as follows:
  • STAGE 01 Coarse Filter Screen - Filters out fine particles and sediments. It removes suspended solids like dust and rust that make your water cloudy.
  • STAGE 02. Foam Distributor Foam - Disperses the water evenly across the entire width of filter. This increases the longevity and ability to remove more suspended solids and contaminants.
  • STAGE 03. Multi-layer activated carbon and Oxidation-reduction Alloy. Carbon: filters out a lot of different contaminants and is standard in most conventional filters; particularly good on organics and for improved taste. Oxidation alloy: reduces, removes chlorine and other heavy metals plus, it keeps mould from forming when the filter is moist.
  • STAGE 04. Dual Comprehensive Ion Exchange ResIn The Ion Exchange stage removes virtually all total dissolved solids. The negative and positive dual bed ion exchange resin strips the foreign ions from the water molecules and returns them to a pure state.
  • STAGE 05. Ultra-fine Screen & Non-Woven Membrane Layers - Removes remaining suspended solids, holds the resin in place and removes ultra-fine particles.
Sitting on the top of the jug is a TDS Meter which stands for Total Dissolved Solids and once you fill the jug with tap water, you press the on/off button, the jug will read your water and the aim is to see a reading that is between 000-0001 which means your water has reached the same level of purification as bottled water.  Depending on where you live some cities will give a reading of 002-050 but all of the readings are explained so you can understand them much more. When I first filled my jug with water I was given 284 which is classed as being high and I did find this quite shocking as I am such an advocate of drinking tap water.  So now, I have my ZeroWater jug constantly filled up in my fridge, it sits nicely in the size shelf next to the milk without being overly bulky. 
ZeroWater For The Purest Tap Water

ZeroWater For The Purest Tap Water
ZeroWater's 12-cup water filtration jug is the first in its class to have a sealed lid and reservoir, making it possible to pour water that has already been filtered without spilling water that's still filtering. This means the reservoir can now be kept full, adding two-extra cups capacity to the existing 10-cup design. This pitcher features an ergonomic, space-saving design perfect for mini-fridges or for users who prefer a lightweight pitcher. It costs just £39.99 it isn't overly expensive, the filters start at £19.99 and also available in multipacks too.


Do you use a water filter?






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5 comments:

  1. I think filter jugs are essential. We used one for years before getting a filter tap in x

    Beautylymin

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  2. We live in London too and the inside of our kettle is just shocking! Might have to try this!

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  3. Our water filter jug broke at the end of the summer and I haven't gotten around to replacing it. I've been researching this jug and it's great to hear what you thought of it.

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  4. Luckily the water in South Africa is perfect for skin and to drink, well in some parts of SA at least!

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  5. This is cool! I live where highland spring and a lot of the UK water is bottled... so I don't think I really need one! But such a good idea!

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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