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    Quote Originally Posted by HarvestMoon View Post
    Can I ask... why in the shower? Just curious, have never heard of that being done.

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    We want to do this so we aren't showering in chlorine the whole time. Its not very healthy for you especially babies.

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    Adelaide tap water - it's safe & has fluoride, so I have no desire to pay for something (plus its packaging/transport) that I see as completely unnecessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LollyDolly View Post
    We want to do this so we aren't showering in chlorine the whole time. Its not very healthy for you especially babies.
    Oh ok. Makes sense. I've just never really thought about it before.

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    Double filtered water or bottled.
    DF gets so ill if he drinks tap or unfiltered water. And there's a few bottled he can't drink.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    Adelaide tap water - it's safe & has fluoride, so I have no desire to pay for something (plus its packaging/transport) that I see as completely unnecessary.
    Im in Adelaide and i find tap water tastes awful!

    I never knew about those brita water filter jugs might check them out or back to buying spring water i guess!!

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    Filtered water through my fridge. Which also has a filter before it goes into the fridge. Our tap water is straight from the spring. We are the first house on the line and is really cold and tastes good straight out of the tap.

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    Tap but it has to have been put in the fridge and cooled first I won't drink it straight from the tap the temp is gross lol I know weird right



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    Tap water

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    Bottled water if we have lost all our water bottles otherwise we refill bottles with tap water.
    I have to drink it cold or it makes me feel sick

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    We have a water cooler thing. It has a bottle on it & we just put water in it & it filters. It's great, now that DS drinks water all the time.


 

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