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Postby snakebabe » 04 Jan 2005, 11:56

hey,
i got to Taiwan a few weeks ago and i knew before that the tap water here is not the best, in fact, the one coming out in my apartment smells quite strong. I have this friend here who uses a purifier that not only filters but also kills viruses, germs etc. using UV light. do you think, this is necessary? the machine is not the cheapest, so, I am wondering whether it is worth buying.
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Postby iris » 04 Jan 2005, 12:14

Check this thread

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Postby snakebabe » 04 Jan 2005, 12:57

hey thank you iris. i checked that thread and see upset posts about long repeated topics. well, i tried the search engine on this website a few times, but nothing came up. so, sorry for bringing up a 2nd, 3rd ... hand topic :)
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