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Living in a flat, my only option is to buy de-ionised. I'm renting so a reverse osmosis water filter isn't doable but it's a question on standard filter water like a Brittas filter for example. Can the water from a filtered jug be used or best not to?

 

 

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Why should RO unit be out of the question in rental home? I was in rental for years and were using ro. Just connect it to tap, do a big batch that lasts a month or so and then store it away.

Brittas filter do not make water softer,  hence will do no difference to the plants.

 

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33 minutes ago, Tropfrog said:

Why should RO unit be out of the question in rental home? I was in rental for years and were using ro. Just connect it to tap, do a big batch that lasts a month or so and then store it away.

Brittas filter do not make water softer,  hence will do no difference to the plants.

 

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Magnus

I thought not about the Brittas filter but thought to ask. I'll have a look at the RO option then. I thought they had to be plumbed in and became part of the furniture in the kitchen. Anything like that I stay away from but if it's an easy option, I'll look more in to it. 

 

Thanks Magnus.

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