06-23-2009, 11:54 AM
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Also, I would like to mention that I ahve done some research on the walmart distilled water, and the company that processes it her does not store it in any copper. Also, for anyone who is interesed, distilled water is just as pure as ro/di, but because of the way it is produced, it is not as popular. A distiller of some kind would be much more expensive than an ro/di unit, or at least an efficient one would be! If you want to use it call your local supplier,(on the front of the water conatiner you will find the companies name) give them a call. If that does not satisfy you, you can buy a tds meter and measure. TDS meters do check for metals as well..