The Dirty Deed That Must Be Done
By: Krysten C.
GOT CLEAN REFRIGERATOR WATER?
Can you imagine the damage to your engine if you never changed the filter in your car? How rank do you think your coffee would taste if you used the same filter for a week? Or worse, what if you didn’t change your clothes for a week? Clearly, you wouldn’t do these things because you care about your car, your coffee, and your social life. So when are you going to replace your refrigerator water filter? It provides the water you’re using to replenish your body with. Stop drinking swill, America.
Don’t feel bad if you haven’t changed your refrigerator water filter in a while (or ever). The truth is that most people don’t even know that they need to change their refrigerator filter. Heck, most people don’t know where it is, how to change it, or if they even have one to change in the first place. Well, wake up and drink the clean water. Experts suggest that you change your refrigerator water filter every 3-6 months. If you only do it annually, you’ll live. But if you get in the habit of changing your refrigerator filter at least twice a year – you’ll have learned the secret to a lifetime of fresher, cleaner water and ice cubes.
THE CLEAR REASONS WHY YOU NEED TO CHANGE YOUR REFRIGERATOR FILTER TODAY:
The most obvious reason for changing your refrigerator filter is that you don’t want to be disgusting. You don’t want your dog drinking out of the toilet, right? It’s the same principle here, just a different source.
The water that comes from your refrigerator has first traveled through miles of tubing to get to your refrigerator. Along the way, the water picks up a few bugs that a good filter can usually remove before it goes into your glass, your mouth, your stomach, and back into the toilet water that it most likely went in as. Ah, the circle of life.