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the one i use at work gets replaced about every 6 months

i got a bulk pack at costco so i'm better at keeping up with it than i was when i was a youngun

 

i have a whole house water filter that gets replaced when we have a marked decrease in water pressure, about every 4-6 months.

seeing it dirty usually convinces anyone who hasn't seen one to immediately install a whole house water filter. (meaning, even in the shower i am drinking filtered water.)

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the one i use at work gets replaced about every 6 months

i got a bulk pack at costco so i'm better at keeping up with it than i was when i was a youngun

 

i have a whole house water filter that gets replaced when we have a marked decrease in water pressure, about every 4-6 months.

seeing it dirty usually convinces anyone who hasn't seen one to immediately install a whole house water filter. (meaning, even in the shower i am drinking filtered water.)

 

So you're also taking dumps in filtered water? That's baller as fuck.

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So you're also taking dumps in filtered water? That's baller as fuck.

 

haha if i ever have to dump ;) YUP

 

filtered water is soooo slippery.

 

once your done showering, you feel as if the soap is still on you.

 

 

get it off me....you have to live it to understand it.... balling

 

doooood.

 

this is NOT a filtered water problem (i've never experienced it in my home, only in new orleans, texas and florida)

 

this is soft water!

i bet you live in the south

 

 

Why Is It Harder to Rinse off Soap with Soft Water?

http://chemistry.about.com/od/howthingsworkfaqs/a/softwaterrinse.htm

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haha if i ever have to dump ;) YUP

 

 

 

doooood.

 

this is NOT a filtered water problem (i've never experienced it in my home, only in new orleans, texas and florida)

 

this is soft water!

i bet you live in the south

 

 

Why Is It Harder to Rinse off Soap with Soft Water?

http://chemistry.about.com/od/howthingsworkfaqs/a/softwaterrinse.htm

 

She is right but I think it's like costal areas of the south. My dad had a place in Wilmington for awhile and the water was like that. He said it was because the water was soft, but I live in Charlotte and we don't have this problem. Also never had it in North Houston when I lived there so idk just depends on your spot.

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