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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Updates on the Rabbit Water Filter

I found more information on the Rabbit Water Filter, here are the links, I might go back in and copy some of the information from their site to here, but for now, here are the links:

http://www.pottersforpeace.org

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Anonymous Stephanie in AR said...

Thanks for the additional links. Earlier I had read through the site and thought that to use the clay pot as a filter the pot needed to be one made by their people so one from the garden center would not work. Did I understand the different pages? Also, if one needs to use their pots, did you find an address or other contact info?

July 26, 2008 10:22 PM

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Blogger Wretha said...

Stephani, it would seem that the common garden center pots might not work, I went through their website to try to find out how to get a pot like they make, I don't think it would be a good idea to ship them very long distances because of the possibility of breakage, even hairline cracks would be a problem. I am thinking about trying to find a "local" potter that could make a pot with the proper material and size. Don't know how successful I'll be, but if I find something, I'll be sure to post about it here.

Wretha

July 26, 2008 11:05 PM

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  1. Thanks for the additional links. Earlier I had read through the site and thought that to use the clay pot as a filter the pot needed to be one made by their people so one from the garden center would not work. Did I understand the different pages? Also, if one needs to use their pots, did you find an address or other contact info?

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  2. Stephani, it would seem that the common garden center pots might not work, I went through their website to try to find out how to get a pot like they make, I don't think it would be a good idea to ship them very long distances because of the possibility of breakage, even hairline cracks would be a problem. I am thinking about trying to find a "local" potter that could make a pot with the proper material and size. Don't know how successful I'll be, but if I find something, I'll be sure to post about it here.

    Wretha

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  3. Thanks because it sure sounds like a good practical idea.

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  4. The author of wretha.blogspot.com has written an excellent article. You have made your point and there is not much to argue about. It is like the following universal truth that you can not argue with: In any given group of friends, there is always one who never has money to buy his own beer. Thanks for the info.

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