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Re: RO or Ion-Exchange Resins??

An initially cheaper option, if it's available to you, is to get a small
Deionizer like Aquarium Pharmaceutical's Tap Water Purifier. It uses a resin
which, as Mike said, removes minerals without exchanging them for others.
However, these units will need more frequent replacement, so in the long run
it might be cheaper to get an RO or RO/DI depending on what you want.


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