Pitcher Filter Information
Pitcher filters are a convenient way to get filtered water without having to install a point-of-use or point-of-entry water filter. They are relatively inexpensive, simple to use, and work well for the contaminants they’re approved for.
We’ve prepared the following articles to share our knowledge of pitcher filters. We hope you find them useful.
Brita pitcher filters
Brita makes a line of pitcher filters that can remove many common contaminants from your water, including chlorine, taste, and lead. They were the first company to offer the pitcher filter, and their experience shows in the quality of their products.
We’ve written a lot of articles about Brita pitcher filters covering topics about which contaminants they remove, how to maintain them, and a range of general questions people have about them.
You’ll find a lot of great information in these articles.
ZeroWater pitcher filters
Several of us at the Pure Water blog have the ZeroWater pitcher filter. Their filters do an amazing job of removing contaminants like lead, arsenic, and PFAS.
Enjoy the following articles about ZeroWater pitcher filters:
We hope you enjoy our collection of articles about water pitcher filters. We spent a lot of time evaluating them – we own every filter we write about – to give you the best information possible.
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