It’s been an interesting week to say the least. Black Friday and Cyber Monday gave way to massive surges of cold air rushing through the country, including in our own home base of Zumbrota, MN.  For me personally, the Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales extravaganza we held at WaterFilters.NET gave way to my family […]


What’s A Pollutant?

by wfnblog on December 18, 2012

The word “pollutant” is common when discussing water filtration. Customers frequently want pollutants removed from their water for drinking, showering, and watering their plants. However, pollutants has become a catch-all word used to describe a complex situation. Water pollution or pollutants are terms used when undesirable elements, chemicals, sediment, and items show up at high […]

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What would you do if you found out your water was contaminated? Unfortunately, it happens to hundreds of Americans every day. Peggy Wise from Pelion, SC had an undersink filter system installed in her kitchen to give her family access to clean drinking water. As with many systems, the clean water is stored in a […]


We write a lot in this blog about how to have better water for your household. We discuss dirt and sediment, taste and odor, and other common contaminants you can reduce with different filters at home. Sometimes, however, the solution can be as simple as turning on the tap. We’re talking about potentially reducing the […]


Safe Drinking Water for Children and Babies

by wfnblog on July 20, 2007

Importance of safe drinking water It is very important for our health to have safe drinking water. When water supplies are contaminated it can carry disease which causes ailments such as diarrhea, nausea, and headaches. Even though the United States has one of the safest water supplies in the world, drinking water quality varies from […]