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What Do Fridge Filters Remove vs. Reverse Osmosis?

Take a glance at a modern refrigerator, and you might find that it has a water filter built right in. But what exactly does the typical fridge filter remove? When you compare these products against powerful reverse osmosis filtration units, there are a few key features missing. The Typical Fridge Filter Understanding how most fridge … more »
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Indy Soft Water Case Study: Tinker Coffee Co.

We love using great water to make outstanding beverages. Case in point: Coffee. You get a better brew when you use high-quality, filtered water. Match that with some truly exceptional roasted beans—well, that’s a perfect pair. About Tinker Coffee: Since 2014, Tinker Coffee Co. has been on a mission to make amazing coffee available and … more »
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Water is Essential for Productivity—Here’s Why

In many ways, water is the essential building block of your body’s composition. After all, it makes up about  60 percent of the human body. That’s why it’s so important to stay properly hydrated. Drinking water helps our bodies function, impacts our cognitive process, and even helps with weight loss. It’s no wonder more workplaces are encouraging drinking water. … more »
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Upgrade Your Ice Maker with RO Water

Great water quality doesn’t end with your drinking water. Filtered water also impacts how you get clear ice from your ice maker! If you want to improve the quality of all your chilled beverages, you need to give your freezer a little attention, too. Mastering Ice Cube Science Are the ice cubes in your lemonade, iced coffee, and cocktails … more »
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Water Softener Questions to Ask Before You Make Repairs

Dealing with hard water when you have a broken water softener gets old fast. But how do you know when it’s better to spring for water softener repair instead of a brand-new unit? (Spoiler: There’s more than just a price tag at play.) The Repair vs. Replace Debate Deciding when to repair or replace an … more »
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