ZeroWater has a really great feature on their website where you can find out what your area's TDS reading is. What's a TDS reading you may ask? (Don't feel bad. I didn't know what it was either.) TDS stands for Total Dissolved Solids. The following are some facts about TDS:
- TDS can leave an undesirable taste in tap water.
- TDS comes from both natural deposits and man-made sources.
- The FDA requires Purified Bottled Water to achieve a TDS reading between 000-010
I then took a taste test and the water from the ZeroWater Pitcher tasted so much more refreshing and just cleaner! I don't know how else to describe it but tasting fresh and clean. It tasted just like purified bottled water. The difference is that you don't have plastic bottles to recycle or throw away, or to lug home from the store. You can save a lot of money by investing in a ZeroWater Pitcher instead of buying all of those bottles of water. The ZeroWater Pitcher comes in two sizes: 8-cup and 10-cup. I received the 10-cup size and it fits great in my refrigerator! I love the blue color, since it matches my kitchen perfectly.
**To find our more about ZeroWater, visit their website as well as their Facebook page!
You can purchase your own ZeroWater Pitcher and filters here. When you use the code MC30 you will receive 30% off of a 10-cup Zero Water Pitcher!
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Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of ZeroWater and received a water pitcher to facilitate my review, two pitchers to giveaway, and extra filters to thank me for taking the time to participate.
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