I don’t know about you, but I don’t drink tap water unless I really have to… like if it is the last thing in the house and I am too sick, tired or lazy to go to the store. The tap water in my area is disgusting (to me) and smells like chemicals, in fact, the other day Moose was brushing his teeth and when he filled his rinse cup he said, “mommy, this water smells like pool!” which of course delighted him. I can’t even gag down a pill with our tap water.
In our other house we had an RO filtration system built in and the water was delicious! It was the only water that I have ever really enjoyed drinking, but now I drink bottled water and it is just fine. My concern with drinking bottled water is that it makes me feel so guilty, even though we recycle, I know that I could be doing better for the planet if I would just drink water from a glass.
Jason told me that at work his boss had a system called ZeroWater, and he really liked the water, so we looked into it. We ended up getting a pitcher, which came with a water tester to tell you how many particulates are in your water. We tested our tap water and I was a bit surprised when our water tested at 338! We put our water into the ZeroWater bottle and let it filter through and then we poured a glass and tested it, the result was 0.
The water from the pitcher was delicious and tasted fresh and clean, I loved it. It reminded me of the water that I used to get from our RO filter, without the major expense of a household filter like that. The pitcher fit nicely into my fridge on the top shelf with my milk and since it has a push button dispenser on the side you can just open the fridge and push the button to fill your cup instead of taking the whole pitcher out.
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Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate