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Why does a water distiller need charcoal filters??   I think I am misunderstanding something, can anyone explain why a water distiller needs a filter and how that fits in with the evaporating process??

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Filters are dirty and contaminate the water, I do not use them.

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Since I live in hurricane country and I experienced the rolling blackouts last year, and I also like to go out on little wilderness forays, I am considering acquiring a solar water distiller and was curious if anyone in the forum has any experience with them....

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I would consider this method a joke.  You would be better off collecting the dew off the tree leaves and grass in the mornings.  Ideally you want a non-electric distiller, we have these for the Amish way.  I suggest electric and ONLY a non-electric for extended black outs of 30 days or more!  Keep a 5 gallon container of water and don't worry about it.  Use oregano and it will keep for a long time.

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I just have question about distilled water, according to Hudla Clark and some others it is better to drink filtered water then distilled one.The reason is that they call it a dead water I am very confused now if should I buy a good quality filter or distiller.

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THANKS to the cure of all disease book of Dr. Hulda Clark's I threw away my large stainless steel water distiller. My wife and I gagged on dirty filtered water for months.

Then we went to a Dr. Clark seminar and she actually asked me to video the entire thing and I asked about distilled water home made and stainless steel and was told it was GREAT, that in fact, stainless steel water distillers do not leach nickle and as long as your not storing distilled water in stainless steel tanks for years, there is no problems!!!!!!!!!!!!

We got home, ordered a 12 gallon water distiller and returned to living once again! That is just a tiny amount of the misinformation in all the Dr. Clark books, her books taught me allot of good and taught me allot of bad that cost me allot of money and allot of customers.

I still love Dr. Hulda Clark and her good info. She knows this, but her books have made them millions and $$ is always the root of bad.

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MH

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DISTILLED WATER IS SIMPLE

boil water and catch the steam...

to use a post filter is ridiculous as it adds pollutants to the clean water.

I made my first water distiller a little over 20 years ago as I did not know you could buy one. For the past 16 years I have used Water Wise and have always suggested buying from a name brand that carries parts.

The number one person in America that sells water distillers is basically the biggest crook and low life person that could ever run a business...to deal with him is like dealing with the mafia and he actually is located in a town famous for mafia types......and such crooks never will accept credit cards, because credit card companies won't put up with such thieves..so they demand check or money orders and then once you pay them, you are lucky if you ever receive your product and 90% chance the product is a throw away poor quality made asian product with zero replacement parts....

beware all websites selling cheap distillers, they may be owned by the same man....they are all asian made, all cheap quality and rarely last more than a month or so and once you pay for them, he will never give you a dime or take your return and because you didn't use a credit card, he knows all sales are final.....

The asian products are not the real problem, but the method the man uses to treat his customers poorly....we all know when we buy cheap, we expect it to be a throw away product...just be honest and tell the customer your getting what you pay for....

A nice water distiller retail is going to cost $2,000.00

I can sell a water wise model cheaper than anyone on the planet, as long as I don't have to pay someone to take it. I like the non table top Waterwise, I use 6 of them and they are simple, all stainless and the most I have ever had to repair is the heating coil and the fan, the 2 parts that are expected to eventually break down on any distiller....after 16 years of constant use, my first water distiller is still running.

The man that sells all the cheap water distillers of all sizes on many different websites in America.....I have tried his cheap ones and his most expensive ones and every single one of them broke permanently within 30-90 days, making them the most expensive water distillers on this planet.......

ALWAYS buy by phone, ask them about parts and make sure they have been here for years and plan on being here in the future.....Waterwise is one of several such companies.......I suggest every website in this world that does not accept credit card for payment is most likely a bad choice and large risk of being ripped off by a thief/predator.

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