REFRIGERATOR WATER FILTER BUYING GUIDE: HOW TO CHOOSE A REFRIGERATOR FILTER
Why do we need a refrigerator water filter?
Different from other water filters designed to remove unpleasant odor and some common sediment in the drinking water, the refrigerator water filters not only reduce chlorine while retaining the beneficial fluoride, but also eliminate other contaminants, such as particulates, rust, lead, cysts, asbestos, mercury and more, so that we can enjoy the crisp, tasty and clean water and ice cubes. Water plays a such a vital role in maintaining our life that we really deserve a premium water filter!
- Accept manufacturers’ suggestion: replace your water filter every six months.
- Observe the indicator light. The refrigerators with a water or ice dispenser is often equipped with an indicator light which glows when the filter needs replacing.
- Keep an eye on the taste. If the water or ice tastes funny, you’d better change the water filter.
- Pay attention to the flow. When the water flow slowly or the icemaker produce very few ice cubes, you must realize that the filter is blocked and should be replaced.
- Bruce Gao