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    soulgirl is offline Registered User
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    water filter

    any suggestions on a good water filter ? i still largely use babyalp for baby's main needs.

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    I use the Brita water filters AND boil the water for my children. The cartridges only need to be disposed every other month. I bought a bunch at COSTCO when I was in the States, which will last me a couple of years.

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    I also use the Brita water filters and boil the water. WINGON also sell the water filters.

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    Anyone recommend anything other than Brita? I am looking for a filter that can be attached to the sink and that provides good quality water for little ones to drink direct.

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    I have a filter under the sink on the kitchen tap. Life Solutions. I don't have the contact details on hand but let me know if you'd like me to dig them out.
    They come to change the filter every 3-4 months.
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    well im using amway espring and the filter needs to be changed only every 10 month to a year, depends on the water usage. and the machine has a chip and a monitor which will show the usage of filter and it even beeps to remind you to get it change.
    karen

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    Thanks for the tips. I got a Dolton filter in the end and seems ok. Did not want one that had to be plugged in.

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    Hi there, i have been boiling my water and all of us drink boiled water. Im wondering if a water filter is still necessary? I live in an apartment which is about 5 years old but im not sure if i will do any damage if i dont filter the boiled water. For those who used Brita, does the filter get really dirty even after filtering boiled water?

    Any advice would be much appreciated. :)

    Cheers

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