EcoAqua Refrigerator Water Filters
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EcoAqua strives to provide its consumers with easy access to clean, healthy water. Refrigerator water filters by EcoAqua allow every household to enjoy the taste and peace of mind of refreshing, contaminant-free water. Unfiltered tap water contains foreign substances that can potentially be hazardous to your health. Chemicals and undesired minerals have the opportunity to seep into your water supply at every stage from natural water sources, water treatment facilities, and on the way to your home or office water supply. Reduce the risk of doing detriment to your personal health by installing an EcoAqua water filter in your residence.
Refrigerator water filters by EcoAqua work by taking water from your home's water line running to your refrigerator and moving it through the filter chamber in your EcoAqua water filter. Inside this chamber, a carbon substance resides that takes the unfiltered water from the water line and filters out unwanted minerals and contaminants in your water. Bacteria, chlorine, rust, and many other undesirable substances can potentially reach your home's water supply. To reduce the risk of causing damage to your personal health, install a refrigerator water filter by EcoAqua in your home to provide yourself access to clean, healthy water at all times.
To optimize the efficacy of your refrigerator's ability to provide clean, filtered water, make sure to routinely change your EcoAqua refrigerator water filter. The carbon that filters the water in your fridge filter becomes less effective at filtering out undesirable substances from your water supply. Making routine filter changes can ensure that your household can have access to clean, clear water whenever you desire.
Refrigerator Water Filter Tip #3:
When a new refrigerator filter is installed, there may be some sputtering and spitting of water while air is forced out of the filter media. This is normal and will stop after the carbon media becomes saturated with water.