Why I Use A Pur Water Filter

We use a Pur water filter on our faucet as a way of protecting ourselves from any dirt particles, chlorine or contaminants that may be in ordinary tap water. It sort of goes without saying for us that clean water is important to our body.

I love the Stainless Steel Water Filter because it is really pleasing to the eye and it does the job. The stainless steel look is very classy. The purified water tastes and smells better and I have the piece of mind that it is clean.

The filters last for a long time and are really easy to replace. You can even order them in bulk so you always have some on hand.

Some of the benefits of filtered water, outside of health, is that you get to save a lot of money in the long run. Using a Water filter can save thousand over time compared to buying bottled water.

Plus you no longer have to lug in all that bottled water from the grocer. Bottled water is also better for the environment. It is really sad the way plastic bottles seem to be everywhere messing up the environment. I hate seeing plastic bottles on the bank of the river bank when we go out boating. It is really sad. I try to collect as many as I can.

The bottom line is filtered water is better!

PUR CR-6000 7-Cup Water Filtration Pitcher

Some people prefer a countertop filter and others prefer a water filtration pitcher. We actually use both. Why not double up?!

I like the convenience of a countertop filter because with a click of a switch I can have clean pure water.

But I also like to have nice refreshing cold water from the fridge so I have a pur water filter pitcher in my refrigerator ready to drink. This works the same as the countertop one but it is in the pitcher form. To use it all you do is run tap water into the pitcher and it will automatically filter it.

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9 thoughts on “Why I Use A Pur Water Filter”

  1. I have always wondered why people used water filters. After reading through this article I can now see why people do. I am guilty for drinking too much bottled water so maybe I will invest in one of these. Do you truly find a difference in taste from filtered to non filtered water?

  2. I use the same water filter at home! Before I moved to my current new residence, I used to drink straight out of faucet. I didn’t get any health problem but when I moved to a new place, I was a bit concerned. The water tasted a bit different. But then I did not like the idea of keep buying water from grocery store. So I purchased one of these since my neighbor recommended me one. And so far I had no problem with it and I like it.

    1. I know what you mean about being a bit concerned. I just prefer to feel safe. And as a bonus the water taste really good. I don’t think I will ever drink plain tap water again.

  3. Love your views on the Pur water filter! Curious as to your thoughts on Chlorine and how these types of filters only remove the taste and smell but not that actual chlorine content in tap water? Personally I have a Pur water filter in my fridge for on the go but I have a reverse osmosis filter set up under my sink. Love the post and the content keep up the good work

    1. Osmosis is awesome and gives you the purest water possible. Unfortunately many people can’t afford it. At least the Pur Water Filter keeps out the other impurities like lead. I am pretty lucky because we have well water which doesn’t have as much. Thanks for the compliment on the content Joe. 🙂

  4. I enjoyed your article on the pur water filter, I have been wanting to add a filter to my faucet for some time but always get confused and overwhelmed with so many to choose from.

    My main concern is does this filter do any good for the chemicals in our tap water, the chemicals are more harmful than anything else and this is my biggest concern with my own tap water?

  5. I’ve been considering getting one of these for a while but recently forget, this post jogged my memory thanks for that. Great site, keep up the good work.

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