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The many different water contaminants range from arsenic and fluoride to heavy metals and pathogenic bacteria. Factors like plumbing, water runoff and the age of your home may mean that you’re dealing with a particular water contaminant—but your neighbor may be dealing with a completely different type. Here at waterfiltermaster.com you can find the best water filter replacements for the most common water contaminants:
Bacteria: Not all types of bacteria are harmful, but pathogenic bacteria can make you sick. Harmful bacteria can enter your water supply from runoff, a fractured well casing or broken lines.
Chlorine: Chlorine is often used in municipal water treatment to disinfect the supply. Leftover chlorine compounds coming from your tap may have an unpleasant taste or smell and can cause dry, itchy skin.
Copper: Copper is an essential element found in rock, soil and water. Corrosion of copper pipes in your home can boost the concentration of this element in your water. Drinking water that contains high levels of copper can cause gastrointestinal issues.
Fluoride: Fluoride is added to most public water supplies to reduce tooth decay throughout the community. But too much exposure to the natural mineral at a young age might increase risk of a cosmetic condition that causes dark streaks or spots on teeth.
Iron: High levels of naturally occurring iron in your water produces a metallic taste and smell. It can stain your toilet, sink, bathtub and even the dishes and clothing you wash in the water.
Lead: Lead usually gets into a water supply by leaching from lead service lines or other parts of the plumbing system, such as the lead solder for joining copper pipes or even brass- and chrome-plated faucets f. Young children and pregnant women are particularly vulnerable to adverse health effects from lead.
Tip: To find the best water filter to remove potentially harmful contaminants from your home, use a water test kit. Then, purchase a water filtration system that’s made to target the contaminants you’re dealing with.