OK, I have to admit, I was a skeptic! How in the world is the ZeroWater pitcher with a filter going to remove all of the minerals and deposits in our country water? Surely, the commercials that air that filters to all zeros starts with bottled water!
I am so happy to report that I was WRONG!
A little background. We live in the country. And our water company is a private company that is virtually unstoppable when it comes to rate changes. The majority of the neighborhood is trying to get wells despite their underhanded attempts to stop us but, in the meantime, we are strapped. In this mess, I have always known that our water was not the highest quality. The water company does not even take care of the area around the tank so surely they could care less about our water quality. My glasses reflect it as well. So I fully expected the number to be high when I put the ZeroWater meter into a glass of water from our tap. But I was SHOCKED to see that it read 231! Most places have tap water reading lower than 200.
Now, I kind of knew this was coming because I went to the TDS Free Lookup on the ZeroWater website and found that my area reads high, but I was still standing with eyes bulging at the number!
So, that is 231 total dissolved solids in our water supply. High, right? But some areas of the country can reach up to 400 – 500! Can you imagine? So, even more excited – and a bit more skeptical – I opened the ZeroWater pitcher. I poured tap water into the top and while it filtered, I tested my filtered water from my fridge!
It read… gulp… 174! From the filtered fridge! I was even more anxious to see if the ZeroWater pitcher worked!
As I waited for the tap water to filter through, I checked out some of the awesome features on the pitcher! I LOVE the push spout off of the back of the pitcher making it super easy to fill a glass! Even while the filter is cleaning. I love how easy it is to screw in the filter and fill it. And the handy meter holder on the top means I won’t lose it in my many kitchen gadgets that fill my drawers! Not only that but it is a pretty pitcher, thin for the fridge and easy to carry and pour!
I filled a glass- mind you that it was washed with the water from the tap – and was shocked and amazed to see my reading at 009! Not zero BUT I can tell just my looking at my glass that there is a film on it from our hard water and that meter is super sensitive to that! So I am THRILLED!
FINALLY, I have clean water to give my children and I no longer have to worry that they are drinking both inorganic substances like salt, pipe build ups and organic ones like leaves! I am so excited to have the ZeroWater pitcher!
Get your pitcher online at ZeroWater.com! Use code MC30, which will give you 30% off a 10 Cup ZeroWater pitcher! PLUS, there are valuable coupons for filters inside your pitcher! Trust me when I say that you will be shocked and surprised with what this pitcher can get out of your water!
And because Zerowater wants everyone to have one and drink cleaner water, they are awarding two (2) of my readers with a pitcher of their own! Just click [continue reading] for easy Rafflecopter entry!
NOTE: I MUST provide winners information ON April 30, 2012 to ZeroWater. PLEASE make sure if you enter to check your email and spam folders on April 30 and respond IMMEDIATELY! Otherwise, new winners will be drawn!
I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.