Question: Charcoal filters and DIY Filter

Charcoal question answered.

Q: Dear Sir or Madam,

First of all, thank you for such a fantastically informative website all about charcoal!

1) I have a table top water distiller and I need to purchase little tea bag size charcoal filters. Do you sell these kinds of things?

2) Can a person make their own DIY filter using your activated charcoal, thus avoiding regular expensive payments to Britta? e.g. with something like funnel, glass wool, and granular activated charcoal.

3) Do you have examples of such DIY projects?

Best Regards,
Todd

A: Hi, thank you for your kind words in regard to our website/s.
Kind regards, Kimberly

1) I have a table top water distiller and I need to purchase little tea bag size charcoal filters. Do you sell these kinds of things? We do not have the kind of water filters that you are looking for, but they are available. Could you possibly use silk tea bags?

2) Can a person make their own DIY filter using your activated charcoal, thus avoiding regular expensive payments to Britta? e.g. with something like funnel, glass wool, and granular activated charcoal.  Yes, many do.

3) Do you have examples of such DIY projects? Here is a pretty cool homemade water bottle filter.

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While John and I lived in Nova Scotia, Canada, he wrote the book Charcoal Remedies.com The Complete Handbook Of Medicinal Charcoal. We had no idea how the book would change our lives. We now have a business dedicated to activated charcoal, for health, water, air, gardens, farms, pets and livestock. The purpose of this blog is share the amazing and numerous uses of activated charcoal. We dedicate this blog to all our wonderful and courageous customers, that were willing to try the 'black sheep' of natural remedies, and share their amazing charcoal testimonies and stories with us, that soon you will be able to enjoy and be encourage. Kimberly & John Dinsley

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