The Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) meter is really handy, because it allows you to measure the amount of dissolved solids in your water. I measured the TDS levels before and after I filtered my home’s tap water with the ZeroWater pitcher. The amount of dissolved solids did noticeably decrease after I filtered the water. The ZeroWater website has a TDS feature that allows you to check your levels by entering your zip code.
The ZeroWater pitcher is certified to reduce chromium and lead, as well as Aluminum, Lead, Zinc, Nitrate and more. It also features a convenient pull and pour button so that it is easy for you to fill your cup without taking the pitcher out of the refrigerator if you don’t want to. I liked it because even my children could use it to fill their cups by themselves.
I thought the ZeroWater pitcher improved our water’s taste, and I KNOW it removed the dissolved solids because I saw it for myself on the TDS meter levels.
ZeroWater products are available for purchase at many major retailers such as Target, Sears, Costco and Bed, Bath & Beyond. You can also purchase them at ZeroWater online.
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