Reverse Osmosis

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How to Change a Reverse Osmosis Filter Without Breaking It

Knowing how to change a reverse osmosis filter is key if you want to harness the benefits of these systems for years to come. In this post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about doing this, including how often you should change your filter. Why Should You Change Your Reverse Osmosis Filter? Your reverse osmosis system contains filters designed to trap sediment and other undesirable contaminants. While much of these particles get washed away (read more about that here), some will inevitably remain trapped in the filter. Eventually, the filter won’t be as effective as it should be. …

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Is Reverse Osmosis Water Acidic

Is Reverse Osmosis Water Acidic? How To Test Yours

Reverse osmosis systems are among the most popular residential water filters. But is reverse osmosis water acidic? Are the masses mistaken in trusting them? Keep reading for the answers to these and more questions. Is Reverse Osmosis Water Acidic or Alkaline? Put simply, yes, reverse osmosis water is acidic. While the pH level of tap water in Arizona ranges from 7.1 to 8.4, reverse osmosis water hovers around the 6.5 mark, representing greater acidity. Is this going to have an impact on your health? Probably not. The Environmental Protection Agency states that water with a pH of 6.5 is perfectly …

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What Is Limescale

What Is Limescale & How Can You Get Rid Of It?

Did you know that irritated skin and dull hair are side effects of continuous exposure to limescale? But wait, what is limescale to begin with? In this post, we’ll give you all the details, including how to get rid of this annoying build-up. What Does Limescale Look Like? You must have seen it around your house. It’s a white, chalky, but hard substance usually found on and around water spots such as toilet bowls, sinks, taps, bathroom tiles, and inside appliances like washing machines and kettles.  It’s a nasty stain that makes your house look old and neglected. Sometimes limescale …

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The Truth About Reverse Osmosis Waste Water

Water filtration skeptics are quick to make the argument that reverse osmosis wastes water. But is this really the case? In this post, we’ll take a close look at this question to figure out where skeptics are right and where they’re wrong. Why Does Reverse Osmosis Waste Water? The Basics As you’ll see by the end of this article, the idea of reverse osmosis waste water isn’t a total myth but rather a misleading claim and exaggeration of facts. Reverse osmosis is a process through which water gets forced through a series of extremely fine membranes. Water’s composition allows it …

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Is Reverse Osmosis Water Bad For You?

Is reverse osmosis water bad for you?
It’s not an unreasonable question; reverse osmosis systems remove minerals from your water and can make it taste different. These are both factors that can cause skepticism, which is why we’re going to explore this topic in detail today.


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