The Minimalist Guide to Water Filters

The Minimalist Guide to Water Filters

Find the Best Water Purifier

You’d like to buy the best water filter, but you’re concerned that you may buy the wrong product, it may cost too much or it will take a lot of time for you to figure out.

You have a lot of questions like:

Which type of filter should you choose? And, once you’ve chosen the type, which water filter brand performs the best?

These questions are answered in this Minimalist Guide to Filtered Water because it shouldn’t be hard to find the best water filter.

How to Pick the Right One

It’s easy. All you have to do is:

  • Read a few paragraphs (two down, only a couple more to go)
  • Answer a few simple questions
  • Make your product selection


1.  Start by asking yourself these questions:

  • Do you want a portable or installed water filter?
  • Do you have a standard, non-pull out faucet in the room where you want your water filter?
  • Do you need instant gratification or are you OK waiting for a gravity filter?
  • Are you OK with installing under your sink? You’ll need space under your sink and maybe a plumber.
  • Do you want to remove the most contaminants possible including Arsenic, Fluoride, Nitrate and Nitrite, Barium, Selenium, and Radium? The contaminants listed are typically the hardest to remove so that’s why we’re calling them out here.


2.  Next, follow the Minimalist Flow Chart to find which type of water filter is right for you.

How to Find the Best Water Filter

Done? Great, now you know which type of filter you need. 

3.  Finally, Choose Your Brand – Click to see which brands are recommended and buy one.


Have questions? Contact us. You may want to discuss options or questions which is great because we’d love to help.

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2 thoughts on “The Minimalist Guide to Water Filters

  1. Before moving into my house and getting a Keurig for my wedding shower (I didn’t want one because heating up plastic to make my coffee doesn’t appeal to me), I never had a water filter. We bought one because the water for the Keurig needs to be filtered. We now use the filter everyday and the Keurig, not so much 🙂


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