How To Clean Your Water Filter: An Easy, Lowcost Method

I had a really long, unpleasant nightmare about the world’s water supply one day, and I figured the best way to get over it is to get my hands dirty with the world of water filters, and not just using a standard disposable filter, but a high tech, super-high precision, super-high-yield, super-reliable, super-water-conserving technology that literally kills 99% of all bacteria.

This is one of my favourite posts I have ever written, because it gives me the opportunity to cover a subject I’m passionate about, without ever having to really explain what I’m referring to. I love the subject of water filtration, and I love water filters. And the fact that I have the time to put into it makes it a perfect subject, the like being impossible in the daily grind of my blogging.

I have found the ideal water filter for me to take care of my filter cartridge’s need at least 99.9% of the time. This has allowed me to spend more time on my main task of being a blogger, rather than having to worry about water filtering. This is one way that I use my time.

I know why water filters are not for everyone. This is not just about how much time I spend filtering water, but also about the environmental impact that this kind of technology has on the world it is used on. In general I think they are very effective. But they also have the potential to cause a lot of harm in the long term. This is why I like water filters so much.

Let me introduce you to a new technology that I have been using and experimenting with. It’s called WaterFiltration. It uses what’s commonly called ‘filtration’.

This is a really complicated way to describe it, like a complicated kind of water filtering, it isn’t as simple to explain as say ‘drainage or reverse osmosis’ (in reality all this technology is doing is a lot of very complex math) However you will be able to understand what I mean when you read the following.

In case you haven’t got the idea, when there are no organisms in the water you are going to treat the water with a chemical that will kill all that life, and the water is purified through a process that leaves no trace of anything that happens to be in the river.

The idea is that when the chemical (known as a filter or filter media) kills all the bacteria and viruses in the water the water is very clean. Now it is possible that there are some organisms in the river that need to be killed to ensure that the water is safe. The problem with this is that there are too many of them, and so that it is very hard to do this because there is no easy way of determining which are the right ones to do it with.

So to make a long story short, you could do a kind of reverse osmosis that was used to kill all the bacteria and destroy the algae that can also be deadly to your body through the osmosis action.  If you could work out that the right bacteria is in the area, and there is a way of killing them, then it would be quite cheap because it will be extremely easy to do this. But this can cause pollution. It can increase the amount of chlorine and fluoride or lead in the water. It can remove some minerals, like magnesium in the water, from the river water that have to be replaced.

On the other hand there is also the problem of contamination. The problem of contamination is how you treat the water to ensure it is safe (which takes much more complexity than simple removal of bacteria).

The solution for that is:

Filter your water

Now with this simple and straightforward definition of Water filter I can go into it more in depth.

Most water filters are also designed to remove fluoride from the water, and can do this with a fluoride mineral solution.