Efficiently make distilled water at home! 💧💯
“I’m surprised with this! This water distiller is easy to use and portable. We have hard water at home and we use this to make distilled water. Very effective.” - Jackie Andrews
How Can This Distill Effectively? 👌
✅ EFFICIENT: This Water Distiller has a capacity of 4 liters, and can effectively remove impurities in water and produce 0.25 gallons per hour or 6 gallons of distilled/purified water per day. It also comes with a TDS Digital Water Tester, to test if the water is completely purified.
✅ SIMPLE AND COMPACT: It features a stainless steel interior, ventilation holes, two simple on and off buttons, a portable handle, and an anti-skid rubber base.
✅ SAFE TO USE: It has high-temperature-resistant wires that can prevent short circuits, and it automatically switches off when the temperature exceeds 300ºF, for overheating protection.
📝 Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: How does this distill/purify water?
A: The distiller heats the water to a boiling point, which lets the water evaporate, leaving behind impurities and toxins. The water vapor will then condense back to liquid form, which will then become distilled/purified water.
Q: Does the activated charcoal filter need to be replaced?
A: Yes, the charcoal filter needs to be replaced at least after 3 months of use, as it collects toxins from water. If you are doing distillation every day, you can replace the filter once a month.
Q: How often do I need to clean the distiller?
A: Typically, it should be after 1-4 weeks, but you should clean your water distiller when you start to notice a build-up of contaminants, to also prevent rusting.
Q: Will the water smell bad the first time I use the distiller?
- The water distilled for the first time may become turbid and may smell/taste bad due to the internal cleaning of the machine. Water will be clean when using the distiller for the second time.
- Optionally, you can use an activated charcoal sachet/filter to improve the smell/taste of water during distillation. When using the filter, soak it in water first to remove the black dust before inserting it into the distiller.