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Not a stupid question... a logical one actually seeing as it is a carbon filter and that is exactly how one might filter a vodka sugar wash distill... however it wouldn't be the best choice because the pours on the surface of the carbon might not be the correct size for trapping all the oils etc that you're trying to r… see more Not a stupid question... a logical one actually seeing as it is a carbon filter and that is exactly how one might filter a vodka sugar wash distill... however it wouldn't be the best choice because the pours on the surface of the carbon might not be the correct size for trapping all the oils etc that you're trying to remove. I would make a copper tube gravity filter with charcoal purchased from a brewery supply. see less Not a stupid question... a logical one actually seeing as it is a carbon filter and that is exactly how one might filter a vodka sugar wash distill... however it wouldn't be the best choice because the pours on the surface of the carbon might not be the correct size for trapping all the oils etc that you're trying to remove. I would make a copper tube gravity filter with charcoal purchased from a brewery supply.
CarmenLC
· October 15, 2017
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I don't have any problem pouring water into glasses or bowls with the Brita. But there is one thing you need to beware of. The plastic top 'snaps down' in place. Sometimes it can come loose, and then a flood of water will pour out of the top, and over everything. To stop this from happening, I always put pressure on… see more I don't have any problem pouring water into glasses or bowls with the Brita. But there is one thing you need to beware of. The plastic top 'snaps down' in place. Sometimes it can come loose, and then a flood of water will pour out of the top, and over everything. To stop this from happening, I always put pressure on the top with one hand, when I am pouring water. see less I don't have any problem pouring water into glasses or bowls with the Brita. But there is one thing you need to beware of. The plastic top 'snaps down' in place. Sometimes it can come loose, and then a flood of water will pour out of the top, and over everything. To stop this from happening, I always put pressure on the top with one hand, when I am pouring water.
P. Pollock
· February 24, 2018
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Hi there. Thanks for reaching out. You should be able to remove the reservoir by just pulling it out of the pitcher. If that does not work we recommend filling the pitcher up and putting soap and water around the edges. Once you have put soap and water around the top of the reservoir, turn the pitcher upside down in th… see more Hi there. Thanks for reaching out. You should be able to remove the reservoir by just pulling it out of the pitcher. If that does not work we recommend filling the pitcher up and putting soap and water around the edges. Once you have put soap and water around the top of the reservoir, turn the pitcher upside down in the sink. The pressure of the water should push the reservoir out. We hope this information was helpful. For further assistance, please contact us at 800-242-7482 and provide the following reference number: 181127-000625. We look forward to hearing from you. Aria from the Brita team see less Hi there. Thanks for reaching out. You should be able to remove the reservoir by just pulling it out of the pitcher. If that does not work we recommend filling the pitcher up and putting soap and water around the edges. Once you have put soap and water around the top of the reservoir, turn the pitcher upside down in the sink. The pressure of the water should push the reservoir out. We hope this information was helpful. For further assistance, please contact us at 800-242-7482 and provide the following reference number: 181127-000625. We look forward to hearing from you. Aria from the Brita team
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Manufacturer · November 27, 2018
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Multiple places, Germany, Switzerland, China, UK and Italy. Ours came from the UK
kingofzelda
· October 26, 2018
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Yes.
Melissa Ferrell
· November 28, 2018
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Hello there, Jack! This is Madison with Brita. We recommend following the Pour Through User Guide to learn more about the uses of this pitcher. For our Advanced Filter, it is important that you push it down firmly into the reservoir. We hope this information is helpful! - Brita Consumer Services
Consumer Services
· February 9, 2017
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Yes, I have to keep a finger on the lid when pouring.
john billingsley
· July 13, 2017
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Mine is to be changed once a month
Pieter Kark
· January 21, 2019
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Hi there! While our pitcher filters work well to reduce chlorine, cadmium, copper, mercury and zinc from municipally treated tap water, hard water can contain different contaminants, such as calcium and magnesium carbonates, that won't be removed. As long as your water is municipally treated, you can still use our Brit… see more Hi there! While our pitcher filters work well to reduce chlorine, cadmium, copper, mercury and zinc from municipally treated tap water, hard water can contain different contaminants, such as calcium and magnesium carbonates, that won't be removed. As long as your water is municipally treated, you can still use our Brita filters in order to achieve better-tasting water. We hope this helps! Mel from the Brita team see less Hi there! While our pitcher filters work well to reduce chlorine, cadmium, copper, mercury and zinc from municipally treated tap water, hard water can contain different contaminants, such as calcium and magnesium carbonates, that won't be removed. As long as your water is municipally treated, you can still use our Brita filters in order to achieve better-tasting water. We hope this helps! Mel from the Brita team
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Manufacturer · November 27, 2017
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If it is a brita filter yes it will fit. I love mine I bought two because they are larger than what I used to have.
Sharon
· August 24, 2018