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Buying Guide: These charcoal sticks make even city tap water taste great

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If you’re looking for a simple way to purify your water without bulky carafes that take up precious refrigerator space or unwieldy filters you need to install on your sink, these Kishu binchotan charcoal sticks are a quick way to make your water taste better.

How It Works

These Japanese binchotan charcoal sticks from Kishu, Japan are designed to absorb impurities from water in three to four hours of filtering. Each stick is slim enough to fit through the mouth of a personal sized water bottle, or you can use two sticks to filter a larger carafe of water for the whole family.

Use Again and Again

These environmentally friendly water filter sticks come in a pack of six and can be used again and again. All you need to do to reactivate the charcoal is boil the sticks every two weeks for ten minutes and let them air dry.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about these binchotan charcoal water purifying sticks. Reviewers loved that the sticks were cheaper than a nice water filter, but also didn’t have any plastic bits. They were simple to use for purifying water, but some reviewers also used these sticks to purify lower quality liquors to make them taste more like top shelf brands, or to absorb odors in their cars, shoes, or freezers.

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