How come chicken fingers are bigger than buffalo wings?
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40 gallons in 7 days! Yeesh...your collection is probably twice as big as mine, and I only use 1.5 gallons every other day or every 3 days
Z polski y dumny
Prayer - how to do nothing and still think you're helping.
I'm on a spring thingy I need to test the tds.
Phission, had no idea public water got that high(I can see well water doing that).
No basements? Tulsa, OK has few also. Something about the clay being so water retentive that basements get ruined. And, they are in tornado alley(is Lubbock?). I guess storm cellars are pretty expensive.
Anybody recommend a good TDS meter.
HM digital tds meter on ebay. $15 free shipping.
I have had mine for 2 yrs and it still works great.
just make sure your buying from someone in the US
On the question of RO machines...awhile back several people suggested it is worth the investment. I've done a bit more research and have found one for a couple of hundred dollars that claims to waste zero water. does anyone know if such claims are credible?
without more details I personally would be very skeptical of any such claim
the waste water is how the RO membrane constantly cleans and purges itself of the rejected trash
sounds like snake oil to me
Don't spend $200 on something that clams to waist no water.
The way a r/o filter works it has to waste some water.
you can get a complete R/O system with 3 prefilters, a post filter, 4 gallon tank, and faucet for $100. I don't know why anyone with a collection of cps would go without one. It's also GREAT for drinking, coffee, cooking, fishtanks, etc.
It's one of the best investments I have ever made and has paid for itself about 5 times over in the last year alone.
Actually, the store wants 289--not 200. I just called the manufacturer and they explained that their zero waste model does in fact produce waste water, but that water is then pumped back into your water heater to be reused. Any thoughts?