Carbon filter


In this last installment of How to Choose a Water Filter, we are discussing filtration to the Nth degree.

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In Part 4 of How to Choose a Water Filter, I left you hanging. What in the world is KDF? KDF (Kinetic Degradation Fluxion) is a high purity copper zinc alloy.

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As we continue this series How to Choose a Water Filter, we’ve already dealt with sediment filters and will now delve into the taste & odor category.

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How to Choose a Water Filter Part 1 of 10

by wfnblog on February 21, 2011


With thousands of water filter products on the market choosing the right water filter for your situation may seem a daunting task.

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How to Filter Water for an Aquarium

by wfnblog on November 8, 2010


Whether you are a casual or serious aquarium hobbyist, caring for the water in your aquarium is important. Here are some simple facts to consider.

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If your water tastes and smells bad and you want a cheap fix, there is nothing better than a carbon filter. It will always improves the taste and odor of water.

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