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Pamper Your Plants

Friday, April 25, 2014 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Health, Products

Spring is here, and #gardencenters are filled with tender new plants waiting to come home with you. Why not give them the very best, just like the other members of your family?

The Multipure Aquagrow Garden Water Filter is a declorinator that brings many benefits to your garden.  By reducing the toxic effects of chlorine in your garden, it can return the natural balance of your soil, compost or mulch by protecting the soil’s beneficial bacteria.  This promotes healthy plant nutrition and growth.  It can protect beneficial insect life such as lacewings, #ladybugs, and beneficial nematodes.  It may also enhance the benefits of non-chemical pest control methods.

The Aquagrow includes a 3-ft. hose saver that connects it to the garden faucet and provides protection to the unit, allowing for an easy, no-tools-required installation.

Let your garden grow!

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Accept No Imitations!

Thursday, March 27, 2014 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Water News, Products

A recent letter from Zachary Rice, President of Multipure International addresses the importance of buying genuine Multipure replacement filters:

“March, 2014

I have recently heard growing concerns regarding imitation carbon block filters that are “Multipure compatible”. As we all know, the water filtration industry is full of incredible potential. There have always been competing products on the market as well as “knock-offs” attempting to capitalize on Multipure’s superior products. However, with an increasing number of companies entering this expanding market, and with the ease of finding products in today’s information age, these products are more prevalent and visible than ever.


The simple fact remains that these products are inferior to Multipure’s certified products. In the end, there are two options a consumer faces when selecting a drinking water filter for themselves and their family. The first option is to choose a Multipure product with broad performance certifications, superior capabilities, and exceptional quality backed by a lifetime warranty. The second option is to choose a product without these assurances. Simply review the fine print, the list of performance claims, and the information available on the options, and the answer will be as clear as a glass of Multipure water.


Let me provide an example. The CB6 cartridge is NSF certified for 67 contaminants, most of which are health concern contaminants including Lead, VOCs, PCBs, MTBE, and Cysts. An available “knock-off” cartridge is certified for nothing and adds the following disclaimer: “If you know that tap water contains a chemical contaminant of health effect, then you may want to install a specialty filter to remove the contaminant of concern before water enters this filter.”


If your customer insists on purchasing a knock-off filter, please have them take the advice of the competition and put a CB6 filter in place before the knock-off cartridge. My advice would be to save themselves the frustration, risk, and cost of an inferior product, and just stick with a product we all have confidence in: Multipure.



Zachary Rice




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Let It Rain!

Friday, February 28, 2014 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Water News, Products, Water Safety


Finally, some good news! This weekend’s forecast for most of California calls for heavy rain and snow over most of the state. While this is very welcome news for the drought-stricken Golden State, it may also create flooding and debris flows.  Rain runoff and flooding pose the potential for elevated levels of contaminants ending up in the surface and ground waters that are the source of residential drinking water. 

For these reasons, it’s important to have a fresh, high quality water filter available that will strip contaminants from your water source. sells only the highest quality Multipure drinking water filtration systems that are NSF-certified and have a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer. 

If you are unsure of what contaminants are reduced by a Multipure drinking water system, you can check out the NSF certifications list on our website by clicking here.

Let it rain, but stay safe – filter your water!
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What Do You Drink When You Travel?

Friday, October 11, 2013 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Products

If you often travel by air, you want to keep hydrated to lessen the effects of jet lag.  One of the best known ways to keep hydrated is to drink plenty of water before and during your flights.

In the past, airplane water was notorious for containing dangerous levels of bacteria such as coliform, which indicates the presence of E. coli.  Fortunately, in response to the EPA’s initiatives to reduce or eliminate coliform on planes, most airlines now serve only bottled water by the glass.  One or two small glasses are not nearly enough water to consume on a typical four-hour flight.  Alternatively, many travelers will buy bottled water in the airport to carry onto the plane.  But both of these actions require enormous use of natural resources to produce and distribute the plastic bottles, and adds to the ever-increasing problem of plastic in the environment.

A cost effective, environment-friendly option is to carry your own water bottle that filters the water as you drink it.  Multipure has introduced the wriggle™ Portable Filtered Water Bottle to address this issue.  A traveler can carry the empty bottle through security checkpoints, then fill it from any water fountain or water faucet.  The wriggle™ treats many contaminants, just like Multipure’s industry leading water filtration systems, available in a portable 30-fl oz. design. offers the wriggle™ in either blue or gray, or in a two-pack (one of each color).

A wriggle™ Portable Filtered Water Bottle is the perfect traveling companion!

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Consumer Reports Top-Ranks Multipure

Monday, April 29, 2013 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Products

Savvy shoppers know that Consumer Reports magazine is a great source for unbiased product reviews and recommendations. So, it should come as no surprise that they have top-ranked Multipure's Aquaversa MP750SB for the undersink drinking water filter category. After reviewing more than 40 of the best drinking water filters on the market, the Multipure MP750SB was awarded the highest category score and listed as 'Recommended'. You can check out the complete water filter product review in Consumer Reports' July 2013 Kitchen Planning & Buying Guide.

Many of Multipure's other drinking water filter products offer comparable performance, but the MP750SB model is the most popular and Multipure's best seller. With unequaled performance in reducing contaminants, a Lifetime Warranty on the durable stainless steel housing, and a 90-day money-back satisfaction guarantee, the Aquaversa MP750 series products truly are a great value. For more information on available models, features and product performance, visit

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Why is Your Filtered Water Cloudy?

Thursday, April 11, 2013 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Water News, Products

Many people using a high quality point-of-use drinking water filter, such as a Multipure Drinking Water System, are surprised to sometimes see the filtered water looks cloudy. But why is that, if the filter system is so good at removing contaminants?

Certain times of the year, but especially when the ground and source water is cold, water flowing from the filter may be almost milky white. It's an interesting fact that one of the many properties of water is its ability to dissolve gases, including air. Colder water is denser than warm water and capable of holding more dissolved gases.

Quoting a Water Quality Report from the City of Santa Rosa, CA: "Sometimes the air comes back out of the water in the form of many tiny bubbles, giving the water a temporary milky white appearance. To determine if the white color in the water is due to air, fill a clear glass with water and set it on the counter. Observe the glass of water for two to three minutes. If the white color is due to air, the water will begin to clear at the bottom of the glass first and then gradually clear all the way to the top. This is a natural phenomenon and is completely normal; the water is safe to use."

Who knew?
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What are the top rated water filters?

Monday, February 11, 2013 - Posted by Water2Drink, in Products

That depends on who you trust. If you trust Consumer Reports, in November 2011 they published a review of home water filters and offer buying tips and advice. Initially, the information is only available to Consumer Reports Online subscribers, but it very likely will be presented in an upcoming issue of their monthly magazine. Check it out, and learn how to save money while protecting your family's health.
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