Water Filters Australia Blog

Water restrictions start December 10

Our country is ablaze, the drought is worsening, and we’re not getting enough rain. It’s been a scary start to the summer and now’s the time to take action. Starting December 10, Level 2 water restrictions will be enforced for all homes and businesses across Sydney, the Illawarra and the Blue Mountains.

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DIY cleaning products with filtered water

Using natural DIY cleaning products made with filtered water from your home water purifier is a great way to go green and take care of the environment. You’re not going to have any pesky chemicals that will harm you.

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What’s the fuss with electrolytes?

So, what’s the fuss with electrolytes? Are they real or just a fad? Isn’t drinking filtered water enough to keep everything in check? We decided to lay out all the facts about electrolytes and give you the real deal.

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Can filtered water improve gut health?

Your gut is important. So it’s no surprise that an unhealthy gut can cause total havoc! We discuss what gut health means and how a home water purifier like WFA’s water filtration systems can change your gut health.

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Kitchen renovations – what should you consider?

It’s considered the heart of the home… a place where the family likes to gather, sharing stories and meals. So, it’s no surprise that the kitchen renovations are big in Australisn households.

 

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What are the different ways to filter your drinking water?

Filtered water is certainly the healthiest option for the entire family. There are a few ways to filter water such as water filter jugs, inbuilt water filter system, fridge water filter and more. So, which is the best option?

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How does charcoal purify water?

Water filters use a special type of charcoal known as ‘activated charcoal’ to purify water. Activated charcoal is the ideal charcoal water filter because it removes toxins without stripping the water of important minerals.

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What happens to your body during water intoxication?

A recent blog discussed the importance of drinking enough water and even some great apps to track this. However, there is such a thing as drinking too much water…Experts call this condition water intoxication.

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Sydney’s water restrictions – what you need to know

For the first time in a decade, Sydney Water is enforcing water restrictions to individuals and businesses. Dam storage levels are now at 53% capacity, down from 95% two years ago.

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