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Old 01-24-2016, 09:32 PM   #43
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I understand what most of you are talking about, that is IF there is any contamination it is a small amount. We may not be able to control what is in the water BEFORE it gets to the coach, but we CAN control and do our best not to add any more. People live longer today than ever, and that means we can accumulate more toxins in our bodies that may/will affect our health as we get older.

To stay healthy is our duty to ourselves and our family. So, my attitude is I will do my best to do things right to keep my health the best I can. Thanks to all for your ideas and suggestions........
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I agree mr mud; that's why I have a PUR water filter on my drinking water faucet and shower head. It removes 99.9% of present lead amount from the water.
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I agree mr mud; that's why I have a PUR water filter on my drinking water faucet and shower head. It removes 99.9% of present lead amount from the water.
We went a step further before going full time and installed the Metal Trap Ultra Duo filters

14k gallons

http://www.hydropuretechnologies.com...zes-available/

And this softener.

https://www.flowpur.com/html/rv-pro10000.html

15 months of full time and a year prior of fun time.
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