Does it work with Well water?

asked on June 21, 2019

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Excellent, I recommend it 100%
Irma
· June 22, 2019
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Yes, it will work with any water. I will say, though, I just recently started using the Brita Longlast Filter....the blue one. It filters more things than the original filter and lasts up to 6 months. There is also the Advanced filter that lasts up to 3 months I think. I hate water.....always have. But I will drin… see more Yes, it will work with any water. I will say, though, I just recently started using the Brita Longlast Filter....the blue one. It filters more things than the original filter and lasts up to 6 months. There is also the Advanced filter that lasts up to 3 months I think. I hate water.....always have. But I will drink water after it has been filtered in a Brita. Some little kids knocked on my door the other day asking for water after playing at the playground. They said it was the best water they've ever had!! Haha!! I have public water and at times I can smell the chlorine, but when it's been filtered there is no flavor or scent. How long your filter lasts will depend on how hard your water is.....but I think you will be satisfied. If they clog up quickly you could try some off-brand filters or just use the Brita original and change it often. see less Yes, it will work with any water. I will say, though, I just recently started using the Brita Longlast Filter....the blue one. It filters more things than the original filter and lasts up to 6 months. There is also the Advanced filter that lasts up to 3 months I think. I hate water.....always have. But I will drink water after it has been filtered in a Brita. Some little kids knocked on my door the other day asking for water after playing at the playground. They said it was the best water they've ever had!! Haha!! I have public water and at times I can smell the chlorine, but when it's been filtered there is no flavor or scent. How long your filter lasts will depend on how hard your water is.....but I think you will be satisfied. If they clog up quickly you could try some off-brand filters or just use the Brita original and change it often.
J. Garza
· June 24, 2019
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Hello! Thanks for asking. While our pitcher filters work well to reduce chlorine, cadmium, copper, mercury and zinc from municipally treated tap water, well water can contain different contaminants, such as iron and rust, which cause water to have a color. As long as your well is municipally treated, you can use our Brita filters, but you may need to change your filter more frequently. We hope this has been helpful. Mel from the Brita team
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Manufacturer · June 26, 2019
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That's what I have and found it works well but the filter has to be replaced almost every week. The filters plug up and won't let any water through. I use roughly one picture a day.
cobweb
· June 22, 2019
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