I have lived all sorts of different places, and every place I have lived the water tasted differently. Frankly, it’s the main reason I rarely drink water!
In New Jersey, the water was so chlorinated that it was white for 10 seconds. When I lived in the country, with well water, it had a heavy mineral taste. Then the last place I lived in Indiana had such hard water, I swear there would never be a chance of me becoming anemic the iron levels were so high.
I know, I know water is the most frugal beverage and it’s healthy for you too, but I just couldn’t get myself to drink it. It was such a hassle to find clean, fresh tasting water.
Well, with Earth Day coming up, I thought I would give one last stab at drinking water, but I had to find something that helped my water taste fabulous. It was pretty exciting when I heard about ZeroWater. Plus I found out about it just in time to celebrate World Water Day on March 22nd.
ZeroWater is a 5 level filtration system that removes virtually all total dissolved solids from your water. TDS is the little particles your water picks up that gives tap water it’s particular taste. With ZeroWater, all you taste is cool, refreshing water. No minerally taste or after taste. It really changed my mind about drinking water again.
With the history I have had with water, I will admit that at first I was a skeptic. Prita, Pur, and many other filtration systems have all been used in my home, but they all had the same kind of mineral taste even after filtration.
Not a believer? Well, ZeroWater provides you with a tester with each kit that SHOWS you the difference. When I tested my water it was 100 TDS, which is actually not horrible but could be better.
After filling my filtering my first pitcher through the ZeroWater system, I tested it again and it showed ZERO! It had filtered everything out, and the water tasted fabulous. (Yes, even I can’t believe I used the word fabulous and water in the same sentence)
Not only is the ZeroWater pitcher a great filtration system, but it’s easy to use and refill. My children have loved using it, and all take turns refilling it when its empty. I love the fact that there is a push tab tap on the back so the kids don’t even have to pick up the picther to get water. It prevents a lot of spills!
If you are ready to get started making your water ZeroWater, head over to ZeroWater and checkout all their amazing products. You can also follow them on the ZeroWater Facebook page to stay on top of all sorts of great tips and new products
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I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a waterpitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.