Filtering your drinking water is one of the easiest things you can do to ensure you and your family are getting the best tasting, cleanest smelling, and safest drinking water possible. Why would you compromise? But which system is best for you? Let’s take a look.
Hitting the open road in your caravan or RV for new adventures is a wonderful feeling of freedom. Here, we share the top RV water filter benefits and why the two are a perfect combination for your next trip.
Think of your water filter system a bit like a car. If you don’t change the oil filter and oil in your car, the oil will get dirty and stop lubricating the engine. We help you know when to change your water filter cartridge.
So, you’ve decided on your home water filter and you’ve set up a healthy drinking routine with your family. That’s awesome! But there are a few more ways to use your water filter that are a little bit… well, quirky!
A new fridge opens a list of possibilities and these days many fridges come with a built-in water filter. Yay to chilled water straight from the fridge! But just how good are fridge water filters?
If you’re considering investing in a water filtration system, you’ll want to make sure that you choose the best water filter for your families. To help with the process, we’ve come up with five key questions to ask yourself.
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.
There are several types of water filter systems on the market like water filter jugs, fridge filtration systems and bench top filters. If you’re looking to minimise clutter, your best bet is an undersink filtration system.
We often get asked the question – why do I need a water filter system in my home? WFA’s Paula Forrest talks about the benefits of installing a WFA water filtration system in your home.
With the WFA vanity bathroom water filter system you can wash your face in filtered water without the chemicals, helping to keep your skin clear, hydrated and naturally healthy.
Water filters have evolved a long way since the early days but the basic principles are much the same. We explain how water filters work. There are two stages of water filtration – mechanical and chemical filtration.
Janet Bugden, an Executive Regional Vice President for Arbonne Australia & NZ, recently tested our vanity bathroom water filter. Janet has also recently had a Platinum Inline Water Filter installed in her kitchen.
WFA’s technical director, Craig Hannam, has been developing and designing water filter systems for over 20 years. He explains the water filter differences between WFA’s two most popular in-house water filter systems.
Don’t delay, you and your family can be enjoying safe, clean, fresh drinking water in no time.