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An Enchanter

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I knew this thread was a plug, now I know what for.
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Get a "Kangen" water machine. They're wonderful; take out lead, fluoride, chlorine and other stuff that is poison while leaving the good minerals in. Then it opishes extra oxygen into the water and also changes the ph. You can choose to drink water that is high in ph like 9.5 and cancers and other things like colds and flus cant grow in that type of environment so you don't get sick!
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if you have the money a Reverse Osmosis System

For at home berkey water filter

on the road Katadyn Pocket Water Filter
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04/21/2017 05:08 AM
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Berkey Light water filter!
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I have had one of these for about 3 years. Saved some cash by not buying the lighted bottom. I really like it. I live alone and am still on my first set of filters. I use two filters as you don't have to use four at once.
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distilled water is cheap at your local grocer.
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04/21/2017 08:34 AM
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It's not possible.
Sewer line is a drain, supply line is under pressure.
Even if they were somehow connected, the positive pressure would keep the contaminants out, because it would be leaking INTO the sewer, not the tap.

Obvious troll.

Data mining for someone with plumbing experience? Why???
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First, thanks to all who responded.

Next, I am no troll.
I live in a multi-unit building in which the mechanical systems are messed with deliberately to ensure kickbacks and get rid of any honest owners.

A contractor connected the building's water supply to the building supt's unit using a valve. When they flush, I get a pressure jump on my valves. We are in a below-grade basement; they live down the hall.

A plumber already pulled out an open sanitary line that was inserted over the ceiling of my kitchen.

As I said, long story.

Last Thanksgiving and Christmas, I got a gurgle in my toilet whenever I used the kitchen and bathroom water faucets. Then the water was undrinkable. This happened again this Easter, without the toilet gurgle. I suspect that another valve/piping is involved.

The cat and I both have diarrhea.

I'm looking to purchase some sort of filtration system for my water; basically for drinking water. I don't know how this affects my washing water (shower, etc.) I use disposable dinnerware and hand sanitizers and wipes.

Someone posted about connecting a LifeStraw to a water faucet. Does this sound workable?

I am rather old and nontech and nonrich (why I stay here), so it has to be easy. I am getting tired of lugging bottles of store-bought water (I don't drive) almost a mile on foot.
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Big Berkey rocks. Used them for years.
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That figures what with you being a retarded Indian spammer and all. 1rof1

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I use a brita filter then pour that into an aqua gear filter. Water tastes great and there's no reverse osmosis so it keeps all the minerals in the water. It's more convenient size wise with two filters but I'm sure Berkley filters are just as good if not better than my method.
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Ur not getting the fluoride out
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Yes you can. There are an additional set of berkey filters you can easily install. They remove fluoride. This is what we use, and it works well.
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04/22/2017 09:58 PM
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One of the biggest conspiracies out there is that distilled water is bad for you. It's the best water for you. I've been drinking it exclusively for over 5 years. My blood work is perfect. Buy a distiller from Amazon and change your life. Research it. Look up Noman Walker or Dr Braggs or Andrew Norton Weber. They are all experts on the subject. Andrew Norton Weber has YouTube videos on it.
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What distillers are worth it and will last?


Trying zerowater pitcher as well
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I use a brita filter then pour that into an aqua gear filter. Water tastes great and there's no reverse osmosis so it keeps all the minerals in the water. It's more convenient size wise with two filters but I'm sure Berkley filters are just as good if not better than my method.
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Ur not getting the fluoride out
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Yes you can. There are an additional set of berkey filters you can easily install. They remove fluoride. This is what we use, and it works well.
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Have you tested the water yourself? If so, how? Curious because I've heard the Berkey ceramic filters are bullshit.
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Get a "Kangen" water machine. They're wonderful; take out lead, fluoride, chlorine and other stuff that is poison while leaving the good minerals in. Then it opishes extra oxygen into the water and also changes the ph. You can choose to drink water that is high in ph like 9.5 and cancers and other things like colds and flus cant grow in that type of environment so you don't get sick!
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I knew this thread was a plug, now I know what for.
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I love filtered water but..
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you can always add back minerals.

Distilled water is great to use to make tonics.

Just ask the soda industry.

Everything is based on distilled water because they are playing mostly with flavors to trick our minds into thinking our bodies have satiated certain things or have not satiated other things...

Distilled water is like a pure white canvas :)

It should be used for good.

I like to throw some concentrated minerals I have from made Great Salt Lake and other herbs to make an elixir.
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04/22/2017 11:28 PM
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I used a 5 micron filter( all big Blue 4x20)followed by a 1 micron (not absolute, to slow flow) then I used a 20 micron carbon filter to sweeten and used a UV light last in line (kills the bacteria). Use poly pleated filters which can be used, then cleaned and used again several times before replacing. String wound are throw aways. Ploy-blend filters will slim-up and get soft, Chlorine in line a must when you use ploy-blends. Replaced the carbon filter ounce a year. Used 1 line through the filtering system. I've seen catchment water so bad you couldn't see an inch into the water because of the green slim, mosquito lavas and bird shit. You will end up with clear, sweet, clean germ free drinking water. I may cost a bit but you could water tank (5000 to 10000 gal. $) with a roof then treat the water...you'll need a pump ($) Where I lived a very common filter system was ...4 X 10 filter (big blue)...first a 20 micro then a 5 micron then a UV light if water flow is needed use 2 or more in parallel ($) Good luck

Sorry this response my be a little more than I thought. This a whole house system

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I'm getting sanitary line water in my water line--long story.

Can anyone recommend a filter for this situation?
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Your getting sewer into your water line. Recommend fixing that first, worrying about a filter for shit and toilet paper later.
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It's not possible.
Sewer line is a drain, supply line is under pressure.
Even if they were somehow connected, the positive pressure would keep the contaminants out, because it would be leaking INTO the sewer, not the tap.

Obvious troll.

Data mining for someone with plumbing experience? Why???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71103511


First, thanks to all who responded.

Next, I am no troll.
I live in a multi-unit building in which the mechanical systems are messed with deliberately to ensure kickbacks and get rid of any honest owners.

A contractor connected the building's water supply to the building supt's unit using a valve. When they flush, I get a pressure jump on my valves. We are in a below-grade basement; they live down the hall.

A plumber already pulled out an open sanitary line that was inserted over the ceiling of my kitchen.

As I said, long story.

Last Thanksgiving and Christmas, I got a gurgle in my toilet whenever I used the kitchen and bathroom water faucets. Then the water was undrinkable. This happened again this Easter, without the toilet gurgle. I suspect that another valve/piping is involved.

The cat and I both have diarrhea.

I'm looking to purchase some sort of filtration system for my water; basically for drinking water. I don't know how this affects my washing water (shower, etc.) I use disposable dinnerware and hand sanitizers and wipes.

Someone posted about connecting a LifeStraw to a water faucet. Does this sound workable?

I am rather old and nontech and nonrich (why I stay here), so it has to be easy. I am getting tired of lugging bottles of store-bought water (I don't drive) almost a mile on foot.
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You gotta be a troll, because unless you are living in a
third world shithole, laws prevent this sort of foolishness. Call the authorities, this cannot stand.


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