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Friday, October 10, 2008



Do you ever wish you could get better tasting water and ice out of your refrigerator? We have just the item you need to keep the water and ice in your refrigerator fresh, clean, contaminant free, and no more floaties in the bottom of your glass. A refrigerator water filter will do just that. The refrigerator water filters are easily installed, very attractive, and very effective in removing hundreds of contaminants from your water. The refrigerator water filters come in 5 different models.

The in line refrigerator water filter is designed for use on refrigerators with ice makers and or water through the door. It has a 6 stage filtration system, which removes over 500 hundred contaminants. To name a few chlorine, heavy metals, bad taste, odors, cysts and giardia. The refrigerator in line water filter filters 10,000gallons ( 1 -3 years ), but is also available in 20,000 gallons (2-4 years), and 30,000 gallons ( 3-5 years), years of filtration is approximate and depends on your water conditions. The refrigerator in line water filters also come in fluoride removal, arsenic removal and nitrate removal, each has a 6 stage filtration system and filter out fluoride, arsenic or nitrates whichever you choose.

Refrigerator water filters are a great way to ensure that you and yoru family are getting the best drinking water you could possible have. With the in line filters system you will have contaminant free, clean, clear, odor free water at the push of a button. You will no longer look into your glass of water and see the stuff floating in the bottom of your glass. If your like me, I think it is disgusting and usually end up dumping that glass and getting a new one. No matter which of the above units you choose you will be 100% glad you invested in one. Your family will thank you for getting the refrigerator water filter too.


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by: Chris Tracey

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