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Old 10-12-2006, 03:10 PM   #1
Frank Menendez
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I've noticed an increase in the chlorine smell coming out of my faucet. I don't drink water from the faucet (i use a filter) but likewise, I think I should get one of my shower head too! Suggestions?
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Old 10-12-2006, 06:23 PM   #2
Yael Grauer
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Multipure has cool shower filters that will take care of the chlorine. They are one of only a handful that are certified by the NSF to remove free chlorine.

The only other certified shower filter I have found that you can buy online is here:

Multipure has a longer warranty though. Oh yeah, and Multipure has these amazing water filters that you can read about here:

They are the only filters I have found that are certified by NSF to reduce or remove chlorine, chloramines, particulate matter, asbestos, certain endocrine disrupters, cysts, lead, mercury, MTBE, trihalomethanes, turbidity, and VOCs.

I can get you (or anyone) $100 off the least expensive one or $50 off (and a free shower filter this month) if you buy the stainless steel unit.

Otherwise, you may want to check out the Consumer Digest Best Buys for water filters for a comparison chart...or figure out what are the worst toxins in your local water and make sure the filter you use is certified to filter those out.

There is a ton of information here:
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