We are all spending an awful lot of time at home this year. If you are like me, that means you are constantly staring at all the home DIY projects you’ve been putting off. Well I have decided to start checking projects off my home improvement list… seriously, 2020 is a wash, so might as well start fixing things to make 2021 a better year. One of the projects that has been on my list since I bought my house has been upgrading the kitchen faucet and accessories. With the help of Waterdrop’s RO Filtration System, I am not only upgrading, I am doing a full glow-up of my kitchen sink.
One of the cheapest, easiest, and most valuable DIY projects you can do in your kitchen is upgrade the sink area. I am talking a full makeover! Best of all, it is a simple improvement that doesn’t require hiring an expensive professional to complete. See the before and after below and then scroll down to read all the details…
I replaced my old standard faucet with a high-end and functional professional pull-down faucet. This was a ridiculously easy project that required minimal work and absolutely no special tools. It also allowed for me to replace the separate spraying spout with a built-in soap dispenser. Sleek and functional!
But the coup-de-gras of the kitchen upgrade is the addition of a Waterdrop Filtration system to the sink. Waterdrop offers a reverse osmosis (RO) water filtration system that will forever change the way you view filtered water in your home…
So what is a RO System?
Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules, and larger particles from drinking water. Waterdrop is the best of the RO systems on the market. It has a 7-stage deep filtration system that removes chlorine, taste and odor, sand, rust, solids, and other impurities. The process reduces TDS, limescale, heavy metals, bacteria, viruses, and more than 1,000 other harmful contaminants. The RO System also improves the taste of water by using a carbon block made from supreme coconut shell.
The 7-stages are split between 3 filters. The CF Filter features 2 layers of PP cotton that sandwich a carbon block. The RO Filter features a huge 3-layer DOW Ro membrane. And lastly, the CB Filter is where the post-activated carbon block is located.
Everyone Needs a RO System in their kitchen!
The convenience and water quality of having a Waterdrop RO Filtration System has been a game changer. First off, the directions included for installation and set-up are simple and straightforward. My husband and I have absolutely no experience meddling under our sink, and yet by following the directions we were able to install the unit easily in less than 30 minutes.
The smart faucet is not only gorgeous, it is amazingly functional. It indicates the water quality in real time by displaying a blue, yellow, or red light at its base during use. It is also super fast compared with other RO systems, filling up a cup of water in 12 seconds.
Waterdrop’s RO System also has a tankless design. This saves 50% in under-sink space in comparison to traditional RO systems. The tankless design also prevents bacteria from breeding, thus ensuring that every drop of water is fresh.
Waterdrop also has a smart TDS monitoring panel. This allows for you to monitor and view the water quality in real time. The easy-access filters are also readily accessible and easy to replace when necessary.
Highly recommend Waterdrop’s RO Filtration System
I have been using the Waterdrop RO Filtration System in my kitchen for a while now and I will never go back. The countertop convenience of the spout and quality of the water is unmatched. It makes everything from grabbing a glass of water to making a specialty summer punch an easy task. In fact, check out my Waterdrop RO System tour on Youtube here…
There you have it, folks! An easy and conscientious way to upgrade your kitchen. Seriously, what better DIY project than a water filtration system?! Make sure to purchase your Waterdrop RO Filtration System here and also check out the Waterdrop Pitcher. So tell me, what other DIY home projects should I tackle next?