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Many home water filter systems can remove lead from the tap water. ie Brita.
We also let tap water stand in a pitcher for a day to let the bleach evaporate.

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Although it doesn't filter as thoroughly as other water filtering systems, a faucet filter is very much capable of purifying and removing impurities from tap water. It's an inexpensive way of guaranteeing access to clean, potable water.

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