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Original message: Thank you for all your work on research and for sharing it with us. But, I have a few questions about the water filter. First, if the average family of 4 uses 300 gallons of water a day, yet your filter will only filter 1000 gallons, then what do we do after we have used up the 1000 gallons? I heard you say that the filter is cleanable, but does that mean it is completely reusable and like new once cleaned? So therefore the filter is endless and you could use it forever? If you use this for daily use, is it really able to keep up with my faimlies needs? It seems very very small to be able to filter the gallons of water my family would consume on a daily basis. Or does a family need more than one filter? Thank you again for helping us overcome concerns in modernity.
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