Revisiting the Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Filter

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Back in September I wrote about the opportunity I had from Mom Central to share about the experience of using a Whirlpool water filter in our Whirlpool fridge.

My husband is always drinking water, it’s rare that he consumes any other beverage except at breakfast.  He is constantly filling up his large 24 oz tumbler with water from our fridge.  I’m not as conscientious about drinking water but I do try and get it in with a packet of Crystal Light, and I like being able to fill up a re-usable water bottle right from the water dispenser on the fridge when I want some.

I never use tap water when cooking either, it all comes from the water dispenser on our fridge.  If a quick dinner package requires two cups of water I automatically go to the fridge dispenser to get it.  Likewise I only use the filtered water for my coffee!

As I mentioned in my previous post about the Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Filter, I’m so glad that my fridge alerts me that the filter needs changing with an interior light that changes from a green (good), to yellow (order), to red (replace) status.  This way when the light turns yellow, I know I need to purchase another filter to have ready when it needs replacing, so that we always have great tasting water.

We haven’t been disappointed yet with the peformance of our Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Filters, and will continue to purchase them as long as we own our fridge.

 “I wrote this review while participating in a campaign by Mom Central Consulting on behalf of Whirlpool and received product samples and a promotional item to thank me for taking the time to participate.”

1 thought on “Revisiting the Whirlpool Refrigerator Water Filter

  1. This blog has made me think about purchasing a whirlpool refrigerator. I like how it tells you when you need to order a filter and when it needs to be replaced. Thanks for this great info.

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