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April Shower Refill Cartridge APRC by NewMarket Naturals

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Average rating: nope Count: 2
1.0 Star Rating: Poor
I threw the filter out as I could not return it. I will not use something made in China. There is no quality control and the filter is probably stuffed with old Military Tank Parts!
5.0 Star Rating: Outstanding
I purchased this product because of its quality and price. It's outstanding. I love the difference it has made in my hair and skin. I would absolutely recommend this product to others and already have.
Your April Shower APSFS filter takes good care of your hair and skin. Keep it at its purifying best by periodically replacing the filter cartridge. Each APRC refill cartridge offers three to six months of quality filtration. Reversing the cartridge every so often is recommended to ensure optimal performance and maximize the cartridge's self-cleaning. Stock up on the APRC, and enjoy a multitude of healthy, chemical-free showers that offer spa-quality skin pampering at a mere fraction of the cost!
  • Model: APRC
  • Product Type: Replacement Shower Filter Cartridge
  • Product Dimensions: L: 8.00" x W: 6.00" x H: 4.00"
  • Product Weight: 1.00 lbs.
  • Product Color: White
  • Application: Shower replacement filter removes chlorine, iron oxide, hydrogen sulfide, dirt, sediment and odors
  • Construction: Plastic
  • Contaminants Removed: Chlorine , Hydrogen Sulfide , Iron Oxide , Sediment ,
  • Filter Life: Up to 6 months (dependant on water quality in your area)
  • Compatible Showerhead Models: April Shower Select model APSFS
  • Clean, softened water is gentle enough for sensitive skin and even infants
  • Long-lasting cartridges offer three to six months of quality purification
  • Replacement cartridge keeps your APSFS purifying at full capacity

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