Today my guest is Igor Milevskiy, founder of Pure Effect Advanced Water Filters, a small, family-owned company that makes exceptional water filters which remove fluoride, radiation, and pharmaceuticals as well as chlorine, chloramine, lead, and other common pollutants…at an affordable price. Well, I have to say that Igor has really outdone himself now. He’s taken the model I’ve been using for almost two years now and make some additions that really amp up the removal of chemicals and disinfects the water completely. I just replaced my filter with the upgrade and love it. We’ll be talking about the new upgrades and why his filters are just head and shoulders above others. Also find out how you can pay for your filter by selling these exceptional filters to others (and there’s no fee to join). www.debralynndadd.com/debras-list/pureeffect-filters

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TOXIC FREE TALK RADIO
The Best Water Filter Now Disinfects & Breaks Down Even Hard-to-Remove Pollutants

Host: Debra Lynn Dadd
Guest: Igor Milevskiy

Date of Broadcast: November 18, 2014

DEBRA: Hi, I’m Debra Lynn Dadd and this is Toxic Free Talk Radio where we talk about how to thrive in a toxic world and live toxic-free. Today, I’m sitting here very cold. I think if I’m cold here in Florida, probably everybody listening is cold. We just got a cold front came down and we had this huge storm yesterday. We had thunder and lightning and tornadoes – not tornadoes here, but in Florida, we do get tornadoes with big storms.

Anyway, I want to give you a winter tip because this is what I’m going through right now. I do have heat in my house although in Florida, we usually have the air-conditioning on. I can heat my house with my central air-conditioning, but I don’t like to spend all that energy to heat the whole house when I’m really only in one room. So I usually have a little heater, just a small heater under my desk so that I’m warm sitting at my desk. And my heater broke.

But this is the perfect time of year. If you need to buy a heater, if you get those little heaters – I can’t give you a whole discussion about heaters today because we’re going to talk about something else, but what I want to tell you is that if you want to get the least toxic little heater, what you want to do is buy what’s called a ‘utility heater’ because it’s made out of metal.
Everybody is sold out of them now, but I do have my order in at Home Depot. I just went to the Home Depot website, I typed in ‘utility heater’, I ordered mine in advance and I hope I’m going to go pick it up soon because it’s cold! It’s cold, it’s cold. But I’m all bundled up and we’re going to have a nice, warm show.

So today is Tuesday, November 18th 2014. My guest today is Igor Milevskiy. He is the founder of Pure Effect Advanced Water Filters, my favorite water filter company. He’s been on before, but he’s on today because he’s introducing a brand new water filter that I just had installed in my house last week.

Now, remember I’ve been looking at water filters and evaluating them for more than 30 years. I have said before that his filter, the one that I’ve had for the past two years is the best that I’ve seen in 30 years. Well, this one is even better. He just continues to make his filters better and better and better. We are going to talk today about this new filter and the amazing and wonderful things it does.

Hi, Igor.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Debra, it’s so nice to be back with you.

DEBRA: Thank you. Well, well, well, what can I say? You just are a brilliant water filter designer.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: I appreciate that.

DEBRA: I know that you’ve been working on this for five years. Tell us a little bit about your new filter.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Well, it’s everything our bestselling units have, the ones you’ve been using for three years already and it’s more. We’ve added on a disinfection power to that system. So now, your water is protected from a very wide range of microorganisms, viruses, bacteria, allergies and so on. With the water treatment centers degrading, aging and a lot of negligence and sometimes, human error, it’s always good to have disinfection protection right at your tap and not rely on others for you for water treatment.

DEBRA: Well, let’s talk about disinfection for a minute because when you first told this to me, I have been very focused on toxic chemicals for so many years. So when I look at a water filter in the past, I would look and see how does it remove the toxic chemicals that are in water because all tap water has toxic chemicals for disinfection.

So when you brought up that this one had disinfection as a new thing, my first question was, Whoa! When chlorine and chloramines or whatever is put in the water, doesn’t that take care of killing everything?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: That’s what most people assume, that it does. But a lot of scientists have done research and there’s an article I sent you recently as well, which shows that ten to a hundred million different organisms can survive in one quart of tap water and a lot of them are becoming chlorine-resistant kind of like if you’ve heard of bacteria becoming resistant to antibiotic. That’s a similar thing happening in tap water.

The microbes are becoming resistant, they’re evolving because chlorine for such a long time. So now, what the treatment centers have to do is they have to use a stronger disinfectant, which are worse for drinking water for us as humans.

DEBRA: Right. And chloramines is a lot – if you have chloramines instead of chlorine, it’s a lot stronger and more toxic. We’re going to talk about that in a minute, but I just want to say I have this article that Igor sent me from the New York Times. It says in there that to call the process of putting in chlorine-based disinfectants, purification is a misnomer. To call the process ‘purification’ is a misnomer because really, what it does is it destroys organisms that cause illness, infection diseases like typhoid, cholera and dysentery, but it’s not really designed to do much else. And so there’s all these other things that are in the water that we don’t even know are there.

This article was talking about one called mycobacteria that are very common. They cause 20,000 infections a year. Whether you ingest it or inhale as bacteria, it affects the lungs of the elderly or immune-compromised individuals. It’s called ‘lifeguard lung disease’ because it’s such an occupational hazard in indoor pools.

We just never know what is going to be in the water because our water treatment plants are not really designed to give us the quality of water that we would like to have, plus once it leaves the plant, we can’t even estimate how many miles of pipe before it comes out of your tap and all those types could have bacteria and viruses and all kinds of things, living microorganisms that could be getting in your water.

So this new ability of the filter to disinfect I think is a really, really important thing.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Absolutely! And it’s a safe way to disinfect because we’re not using any chemicals, we’re not using any additive, it’s just the power of the sun. We’re using a UV light that the water passes through and it then gets disinfected very safely and effectively.

DEBRA: Tell us about the different sizes of microorganisms. Now, I know the unit that I’ve been using (and a lot of my listeners and readers have been using) – by the way, if you don’t have one of Igor’s filters yet, I have never had a complaint. I’ve been recommending it for the last two years and all I get is, I love my filter, I love my filter. Not one person has said to me, This is a horrible filter. Not one, not one.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Beautiful.

DEBRA: Yeah, they are really just high quality filters in every way. So the difference I know, I know that if you have one of the previous filters (which are still available and still an excellent filter), it also removes some microorganisms. But explain the difference about the size of the different microorganisms.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Sure. Well, our previous Ultra model, it had a half a micron sediment carbon block. We call it a super block. It removes some bacteria because a lot of bacteria are larger than 0.5 micron. And it removes over 99% of microbial cysts like giardia and cryptosporidium, which have a hard shell. They survive disinfection. So it removes a whole host of those.

But there’s microorganisms out there that are smaller in size. Bacteria can be as small as 0.1 micron. Viruses can be as small as 0.001 micron.

DEBRA: Igor, I have to interrupt you because we have to go to break. I want to make sure that we get through our little minute here until the commercial starts that I tell our listeners that they can win a free filter, this filter that we’re talking about, this free filter. Igor is giving one away. If you go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comduring the break, you can send me an email and enter into the contest to get a free filter.

You’re listening to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.com, I’m Debra Lynn Dadd and we’ll be right back.

= COMMERCIAL BREAK =

DEBRA: You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. My guest today is Igor Milevskiy. He’s the founder of Pure Effect Advance Water Filters. Today, we’re talking about his new model, the Ultra UC Disinfect, which removes – well, it disinfects water and also, we’re going to be talking soon about ways that it also removes more toxic pollutants than other filters as well.

But I wanted to just say again that he’s giving one away free to my readers and listeners. One of you lucky people are going to get to have your own free filter. Just go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comfor the instructions. Scroll down the page and you’ll see the instructions for how you can enter the giveaway contest.

So before the break – and I interrupted you, Igor – you were explaining about the different sizes of microorganisms.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yes. They vary from 10, 20, 30 microns. Some cysts are as large as 50 microns down to 0.01 microns and a little smaller even for some virus. So sometimes, you can’t physically capture all of those on a membrane without removing minerals that are beneficial. So the ultraviolet light is what shines here – no pun intended. The light burns through them all, viruses being more susceptible because they don’t have such a protective shell like cysts, but they’re smaller. So the UV light takes care of those and a very wide range of all these different microorganisms.

And in the new system, we also have a backup. We have the ultra filtration membrane, which is 0.05 microns, several times smaller than the smallest bacteria.

And in case the power goes out, let’s say there’s an emergency, there’s no power, but you still have water pressure, the system will still work. And the membrane doesn’t require – the membrane is going to be the back-up that helps take out those bad guys. It’s small enough to take out most of these microorganisms and large enough to allow the mineral ion to pass through so you’re still going to have minerals in.

DEBRA: So I just want to summarize the difference between the unit that I’ve been recommending for the past couple of years and this new one in terms of disinfecting and removing microorganisms. The old ones, it removed those by having them be filtered down to 0.5 microns.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: 0.5 microns, that’s correct.

DEBRA: Now, in the old one, wasn’t I 0.5?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yeah, the old one was half a micron, yup.

DEBRA: So the old one was down to 0.5. Now, in the new system, it goes down to 0.05, which is much, much smaller, plus you have the UV light, which just will kill all of them no matter what size they are.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yeah, it zaps them. So it’s not a physical membrane. It’s the light using the power of the ultraviolet wavelength, which is 254 nanometers. It’s the specific wavelength that destroy the DNA and the replication mechanism of these microorganisms and it zaps right through them.

DEBRA: You know, I don’t know if I ever told you this, Igor. I actually have a long history with UV because my father was very interested in UV.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yes, you mentioned that, yeah.

DEBRA: And so I had a lot of years of having lots of UV lamps around the house while he did all these testing and tinkering and developing UV systems for swimming pools to purify the water in swimming pools. And also, he developed a unit for purifying water – just not tap water, but just like what’s being sold in third world countries. I don’t even know what the company is, but I know that at some point along the way, it got sold to somebody and that’s where it is right now.

But it’s just UV. It’s just the very best thing if you are concerned about water needing to be disinfected the way they do it with UV. Nothing comes close to it.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yeah, and UV has other advantages too, not just disinfect. It also helps spray down chemicals as well via photocatalysis. It speeds up the decomposition of the chemical. It burns it out.

DEBRA: Yeah, so what happens is that it breaks down the chemicals. Usually, chemicals are removed using water filters by absorbing the chemical molecule in some kind of filtration media. But what UV does is it actually breaks down the molecules, the compounds into just their original elements like hydrogen and oxygen and things like that, which are completely harmless.

I think that’s a pretty amazing thing for it to do. We’re coming up on the break. We just got about – no, let’s keep talking about it because this is such an important thing. I actually did some research on this. Tell us more about how this works.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: As far as the ultraviolet disinfection or…?

DEBRA: About ultraviolet. Actually, tell us about NDMA and about how you came to address this.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Okay. Well, here’s the thing. Because the water treatment centers are so careful – not careful, but they’re very curious about protecting us, they’re adding a lot of chemicals like chlorine. That causes, as I’ve mentioned earlier the microorganisms to evolve and become resistant. So now, they’re adding chloramines, which is a more potent disinfectant to kill these guys.

But the problem is chloramines creates a byproduct, a chemical byproduct called NDMA. That’s a very persistent chemical and it’s highly toxic in very small doses.

And so one of the best methods to remove that is to decompose it with ultraviolet light. So this light often serves to break down the byproduct of chloramine disinfection.

DEBRA: I think that that’s so interesting because I looked up NDMA. The first thing it says is talking about, Well, does it persist in the environment? It says yes, but it just breaks down almost instantly by sunlight and so it doesn’t end up being a problem in the environment. But if it’s not being exposed to sunlight, then it is very persistent. And UV is just like having a sunbeam on your water, which is really good.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yup.

DEBRA: We need to go to break now, but we’ll come back and we’ll talk more about all the wonderful things about this new filter. Remember, go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comand enter to win this very filter in the contest. ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comand then scroll down the page.

You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. My guest today is Igor Milevskiy. Just go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comand there’s a link there to his website and you can find out more.

= COMMERCIAL BREAK =

DEBRA: You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. My guest today is Igor Milevskiy. He’s the founder of Pure Effect Advance Water Filters. We’re talking about his new – what’s it called? Let’s see, the Ultra-UC Disinfect.

Now, I want to tell you before we go any further that people are writing in, entering the contest and I want to give you some messages, Igor.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Okay, sure! Great.

DEBRA: Here’s one from Monica. She says, Great show, Debra! Igor, keep cleaning up our waters.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: I will!

DEBRA: And here, get this. Now, listen to this carefully. This woman wrote in and she says, Oh, dear. I live in San Francisco and they recycle sewer water here. She’s 65 years old and she’s from a ranch in Oklahoma where they had artesian well water and she says that she has sewer drinking water and that it makes her ill all the time.

And she’s sending me a number of articles here. Here’s one from the Texas Tribute that says ‘No Joke: Most Drinking Supplies Flush with Potty Water’ and from ‘Toilet to Taps’, city officials say, Get used to drinking recycled toilet water.

Now, do we really think that if that’s what the water is that it doesn’t have some microorganisms in it?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Oh, I highly doubt that it doesn’t. Disinfection isn’t enough. We need to do more. In New York, they installed the ultraviolet system for the main water treatment because of this concern, huge high powered UV reactors. I guess a lot of places in New York also use the recycle ‘potty water’ as you call it. It’s pretty disgusting, but imagine how many chemicals have to go in there to disinfect the water and make it clear again.

DEBRA: Yeah. Argh! Argh! Anyway, when I think about drinking pristine water from – I’m originally from California. You may have heard of Mount Shasta, California, which is one of the highest mountain. The residents of the town of Mount Shasta can go to a public park and collect water from a spring, a natural spring where the water comes down off the mountain and [inaudible 00:29:14] comes up from the spring. I’ve drunk that water and it’s so incredibly delicious and invigorating and clean. To compare that with water that’s been recycled through the sewer system, it’s not quite the same thing, not quite.

So this is one of the reasons. I mean, this is really what’s going on in the world today. And so this is one of the reasons why we need to have filters like this. We need to be taking care things right out of our own taps at home.

So let’s talk more about how UV helps break down toxic chemicals. After you told me about NDMA, I went and looked up about what other chemicals the UV lamp can break down. I have a link – let’s see. If you go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comand scroll down to the box where I’m talking about the contest, there’s a link there that says ‘read more about the new filter here’. If you click on that, it’ll take you to another whole page about things that we’re talking about and that there’s a link to an article about what UV lamps do in terms of breaking down toxic chemicals.

And so here’s a list of some other things that might be in your water that UV will break down – pharmaceuticals (those don’t get removed at the water treatment plant), chemicals that are in personal care products (which also don’t get removed at the water treatment plant), pesticides, herbicides, 1-4 dioxane, fuels and fuel additives, VOCs of all kinds and endocrine disruptor chemicals like BPA. These are chemicals that UV will break down into their safe elemental components.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yeah, and a lot of those chemicals are already removed by our system’s media even without the UV like with the advanced catalytic carbons and the zeolite, activated zeolite. But there’s over 80,000 man-made chemicals in the environment, so it never hurts to have yet another layer of protection. The UV light serves that purpose very well.

DEBRA: I think that that’s a good way to put it because I have felt for the last two years extremely confident using the original Ultra-UC system. It’s certainly is one that I continue to recommend. And if somebody is on a budget particularly, this is one of the most effective, most affordable units that I’ve ever seen.

If you want more protection, then this new unit is – I mean, I’m trying to figure out how to describe this because I don’t want to make it sound like that the old filter isn’t worth having because it totally is.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Absolutely.

DEBRA: So how would you recommend people decide between these two?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Well, it really depends. If you are on a water that has chloramines, certainly, it would be a good idea to get the UV light because chloramine because creates that toxic byproduct that UV light destroys. Carbon can’t remove it, reverse osmosis can’t remove it. Ultraviolet light is the way to go on that one.

Debra; Now, let me just jump in and say that this NMDA, it damages the liver and it’s suspected to be a human carcinogen. And so if you’ve got chloramines in your water, then you’re drinking this if it’s not being destroyed.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yes, there’s a possibility that there is NDMA in the water if it has chloramines. Chlorine creates byproduct, but our other system remove that very well. So the regular Ultra system will address the byproducts to chlorine very well.

DEBRA: Yes, I would agree.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: For chloramines, you need to consider the UV light if you’d like to break down that byproduct, NDMA.

Also, if you are well water and you’ve tested the water and you found high levels of bacteria or you’re just concerned, maybe the water is cleaned now. But water is dynamic so it can change. A month from now, there can be a change in the environment or in the soil and then you can have some issue. So for peace of mind, for well water, you can have that as well. The UV light will serve you well.

DEBRA: Good. I think that that’s a good description. So now, I also want to mention that you also have a whole house filter. So why would somebody want to get a whole house filter?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Well, I mean, if you want for your bath water, your clothes’ washing water clean – your clothes will come out cleaner because there’s less chemicals in the water. Your dishes, when you wash your dishes, you’re not breathing the fume from rising into your face or coming out of your dishwasher.

Debra; I have to interrupt you. I was so interested in talking to you that I forgot to look at the time. The music is telling me we have to go to break. You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. And after the break, we’ll be back with my guest, Igor Milevskiy from Pure Effect Advanced Water Filters. So during the break, go to ToxicFreeTalkRadio.comand sign up for the free filter. We’ll be right back.

= COMMERCIAL BREAK =

DEBRA: You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. My guest today is Igor Milevskiy. He’s the founder of Pure Effect Advanced Water Filters. That’s a small family-owned company that makes exceptional water filters that remove fluoride, radiation, pharmaceuticals as well as chlorine, chloramines, lead and other common pollutants. And now, with the addition of the UV light, we have additional disinfectant qualities and also, additional ability to remove toxic chemical that wouldn’t otherwise be removed prior.
During the break, I got another email from the woman who’s drinking recycled toilet water. She said the point here for her is not that it’s sewage water, but that so many chemicals are added to the water in order to process the sewage water.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Of course, yes.4

DEBRA: And that’s her concerned. So she would be very happy to win the free filter to say the least.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Well, I would be happy to give one away. It’s a great product. I’d like to introduce that to your audience and hear some great feedback hopefully.

DEBRA: I’m sure you will get some great feedback. I will give you great feedback. I love mine, I love mine. And one of the things that I can say from experience now is that when I had somebody come in to – I had a handyman come to install the new filter. When he came in, he commented about how well-built the filter was – not only the new one, but the old one that he was taking out. He said that it was so easy to install and that he was just really pleased with it.

I could tell that he’s somebody who does very careful work himself. And so he really appreciated the quality.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: That’s great. Yeah, we designed them to be easy to install (or at least as easy as possible) with less hassle, better connection, higher quality connection. We don’t cut corners on quality. We put our heart and soul into this. I’m glad that it showed.

DEBRA: It does show. And none of the parts come from China.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Correct.

DEBRA: Tell us more about how you manufacture them, the things that are unique to yours.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: It’s a painstaking process, let me tell you because we don’t manufacture it all in one place. We have different components at different factories. This is because we try to source the best suppliers of the different parts even down to the little connection elbows that connect the water to the filter – the bulb, the stainless steel reactor for the UV. A lot of this is a calibration of different factories across the country that produces this. So it’s not easy, but the end result is worth it.

DEBRA: It really is. And so, even though some of the parts are plastic, they’re BPA-free, they’re folate-free, the metal components are lead-free. Just everything, I can really tell, you’ve really paid attention to everything.

And also, tell the listeners about the UV lamp and how many [inaudible 00:42:24].

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Well, yeah. We even went into giving it that extra power, that extra potency because it takes a little more power to decompose NDMA. Our system has a flow rate of half a gallon a minute. It takes about 8 seconds for a cup, which is designed that way so it’s filtered better, more thoroughly, so it doesn’t pass through too quickly.

And the light, it’s rated for a flow rate of two gallons a minute. So it’s rated several times more than what the water is actually flowing at for the system. It gets to treat the water three or four times longer. It exposes it to the UV light longer for more potency.

DEBRA: Yes. So see, Igor has thought of everything. Now, in addition to all of these, your filters also have other benefits. All of your filters have all of these benefits. So tell us about the pH of the water.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: For the drinking water filter, the pH is gently, naturally increased. But please keep in mind, this mainly is a water filter and disinfection system. The alkalizing effect is a natural effect of the calcium that we use in the system. So it’s gentle. It’s not like the artificial ionizers that use the metal plates and artificially shoots the plates up, which may not be very healthy according to some research.

This system has the calcium the water passes over and it picks up those calcium ion, which is what causes the pH to rise. Now, if you have a really low pH to begin with in your tap water, it may not rise as much as somebody let’s say like with a seven. You may see about an eight or eight and a half. Somebody with a five may see a seven. You see what I’m saying? So it depends on what the starting pH is of the tap water, but it is gently alkalizing, which makes the water more pleasant to drink and almost with a sweeter taste to it and it hydrates better. there’s a lot of research that shows water with a higher pH and more minerals give cells more hydration and the penetration to the cell is better.

DEBRA: And it makes your body a little more alkaline, which makes you healthier. Some illnesses cannot happen within an alkaline body and most people’s body’s are too acidic from toxic chemical exposure, things that you eat and things like that. And so having a little alkalinity in your water is I think a good thing and more like it is in nature.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Everything in moderation.

DEBRA: Everything in moderation.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Too high a pH is also not good.

DEBRA: Yes. No, no, you don’t want it to be too high.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: So properly balance.

DEBRA: Balance, that’s good. That’s a good way to put it.

And so, Igor, we’re coming to the end of the show. It goes by so fast, doesn’t it? We only just have about three or four minutes left. Is there anything that you want to talk about that we haven’t covered?

IGOR MILEVSKIY: I also wanted to mention if there’s anybody who is listening now that has one of our previous model systems, you can email us or Debra, provide your order number from the previous order along with your email and phone number and I will contact you with a special discount if you want to upgrade your older version to this new disinfection system. I will give you a reasonable discount to help you upgrade your unit. So we don’t want to leave anybody out.

DEBRA: And also, when you’re looking at the cost of upgrading, I had no problem selling my old filter. I mean, I had it sold before mine even arrived, my new one even arrived. The woman was going out of town and she’s going to pick it up tomorrow. I just announced it on a little, local email list I’m on that I had this filter available and it snapped right out. I mean, it is like an hour after I posted it.

Some people on this list also already have one and they started chiming in about, Oh! This is a great filter.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Beautiful! I appreciate all those comments and all of your listeners who bought water filtration from our company. I really appreciate that. So thank you to everybody and of course, to you, Debra as well.

DEBRA: Thank you. And I also want to mention that you could actually conceivably get your water filter for free by joining Igor’s affiliate program, which is absolutely free. It doesn’t cost anything to do this. You could just sell one filter or five filters and you could just earn – just sell enough, you don’t have to make a business out of it. Just sell enough to your friends that will cover the cost of your filter.

So he’s really got everything all set up so that anybody can get one of these, that it can be affordable, but you can also earn the money that you need by selling the filters.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Yeah, if you have a list of people or if you’re active in the community and you’re passionate about water filtration, then I think it’s a great potential.

DEBRA: I think it’s a great potential too. And I’ll tell you that I always give people who come to my house a glass of water and they always say, What is this?! They’re always interested. Are you filtering this? Is this bottled water? It’s because it tastes so good. It just tastes so much better than what they’re drinking. And when I tell them – I’ve sold a number of filters to my friends just because they tasted the water. Yeah, these are not hard to sell.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: And that’s the best, when you actually taste it and you can see the difference. When you compare the way the water out of the tap or even out of the battle, that plastic case and out of the filter, freshly filtered, it’s night and day difference.

DEBRA: It is a night and day difference, yeah. Well, thank you so much for being with us today.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: My pleasure.

DEBRA: Thank you so much.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Thank you.

DEBRA: And thank you for your filters and your excellent work. I want to tell our listeners again to go ToxicFreeTalkRadio.com. If you scroll down the page, you can enter the contest to win a free Pure Effect Ultra-UC Disinfectant Water Filter Revitalizer. You can also get more information about the filter. All the links are there on the page. You can just be drinking pure water instead of whatever unknown things are coming out of your tap.

I can’t say enough about how wonderful those filters are and how pleased I am that you’re making them, Igor. It’s just – thank you.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Oh, it’s so worth it, hearing this type of feedback and seeing the results and how many people are drinking clean water and enjoying it. It’s really a pleasure to do. That’s what keeps me going and evolving this product further and further.

Wendy: Thank you.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: I appreciate everybody’s interest and you having me on the show again, Debra. So thank you very much.

Wendy: You’re welcome, you’re welcome. You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. Be well.

I think it’s:

IGOR MILEVSKIY: Oh, it’s so worth it, hearing this type of feedback and seeing the results and how many people are drinking clean water and enjoying it. It’s really a pleasure to do. That’s what keeps me going and evolving this product further and further.

DEBRA: Thank you.

IGOR MILEVSKIY: I appreciate everybody’s interest and you having me on the show again, Debra. So thank you very much.

DEBRA: You’re welcome, you’re welcome. You’re listening to Toxic Free Talk Radio. I’m Debra Lynn Dadd. Be well.