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Before you decide upon which RV water filter best fits your needs, it’s important to establish how much clean water you need. Do you want all of your water to be filtered or just your drinking water?
Most campgrounds and RV parks provide chlorinated city water. Others offer well water. If you’re dealing with chlorinated water, a carbon filter in your RV’s filtration system will remove the taste and smell of chlorine from your water. If the water you get is relatively clean, then an inline RV water filter for your kitchen tap will suffice. Regardless of the source, reverse osmosis is the most efficient method for purifying your drinking water, although reverse osmosis tends to remove nutrient-rich minerals – such as calcium, potassium, and magnesium.
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