A lot of random thoughts pop up while I drive, and a few days ago, it occurred to me that I've been a Waterwise distributor for over a decade. In that time, I've owned two distillers, and both are still "kickin'." One of the benefits of purchasing a Waterwise brand distiller is that the company will refurbish your old distiller and return it to you. People are dumping their Keurigs like last week's paper, and they take their old coffee makers to Goodwill or other thrift shops when they're done with them. But Waterwise distillers aren't cast aside as easily, because they just don't lose their value. People actually use their Waterwise distiller, and when it starts making a funny noise or has issues, it's like a panic when you might have to go without your home distilled water! That's why I've had two. The first one was sent in, refurbished, and then went to my sister. I purchased its replacement, a different version, so that I wouldn't have to wait to have water, and also so I could see how the different distillers worked. I think my current distiller has been going for five years.
Waterwise also has replacement parts if something breaks in your distiller. I'm not going to pretend that I know any of these parts or what the insides even look like, but they have people on hand that can help you over the phone. Even if the answer is "you probably ought to send it in to us!" at least it isn't going into the trash and having to be replaced. They are not only keeping water bottles out of the landfills, they are keeping broken accessories from landfills as well!
If you have a distiller that might need attention, you can call 1-800-874-9028 M-F 9-5 ET.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2017
If you are still drinking water straight from the tap, it's time to think twice about this practice. If you are purchasing bottled water because you know there are many problems with tap water, I'm sad to inform you that what you are drinking is probably just as bad as your tap water. As a matter of fact, it probably IS tap water. We have been drinking distilled water for over a decade, and wouldn't feel comfortable doing anything else on a regular basis. Tap water has all sorts of contaminants from living pathogens, to heavy metals, prescription drugs and chemicals. I'm sure like most Americans, you are under the impression that your water supplier is making sure your water is safe to drink. Unfortunately, even the EPA says that a certain level of contamination is okay. The more water you drink, the more contamination you are consuming. With a home water distiller, you get pure, fresh water with every gallon you distill from your own home. No more funky tasting water, no more carcinogens, and no more lugging home heavy bottles of water. A home water distiller is just common sense. Continue reading to learn more about water distillers. It is a "kitchen gadget" you will use everyday.