1 Pitcher + 1 Filter
The Norwex Water Filtration System comprises a 2.5 liter pitcher and four-stage filter that maintains mineral balance and neutral pH for a clean, crisp taste.
Why Drink Water?
Filtering Your Water Helps Reduce:
What Does Magnesium Do for the Body?
Norwex Makes Your Home a Safe Haven
Consumers spend more than $100 billion a year on bottled water; that’s about 50 billion individual water bottles—or 1,500 plastic bottles per second going into our landfills! (thewaterproject.org) And with concerns about tap water containing chemical additives and heavy metals, in addition to having a chlorine taste and odor, it’s hard to be a good environmental steward and get great-tasting water at the same time.
Get tastier water for just pennies per liter while reducing the number of plastic bottles contributed to landfills with the Norwex Water Filtration System.
Follow the detailed instructions included with your Norwex Water Filtration System. Replace filters every four weeks or when the digital indicator indicates it’s time (approximately 100 fillings).
Filters should be kept in the sealed Norwex bag and stored in a cool, dry place until you are ready to use them. The shelf life of an unused, packaged filter is indefinite.
Clean the pitcher and funnel of the Norwex Water Filtration System using Norwex Dishwashing Liquid. Do not use any abrasive cleaning agents or scrubbing sponges, which may leave scratch marks. The pitcher and funnel are dishwasher-safe. Do not wash the lid in the dishwasher or submerge it in water. To clean the lid, wipe it with a damp EnviroCloth®, keeping the filter indicator dry.
Water can be stored in the water pitcher for 24 hours. Discarded water can be used to water your plants!
Drinking Water Is Filtered in 4 Stages:
Stage 1: Particle filtration
Helps ensure clear water that is free of particles.
Stage 2: Ion exchange
The filter contains magnesium-coated resin beads that help reduce limescale, copper, cadmium, lead, mercury and other heavy metals by 95% via an ion exchange process. As water passes through the filter, calcium and other impurities are attracted to the resin beads in the filter and stick to them. Magnesium is then released out into the water.
Stage 3: Activated carbon
In stage 3, water passes through a coconut-based, granular activated carbon, reducing chlorine by up to 90%.
Stage 4: Final filtration
Water passes through a fine mesh filter, ensuring the best-tasting water for you and your f
Why People Drink Bottled Water
Source: American Water Works Association Research Foundation, Consumer Attitude Survey on Water Quality Issues