Please make a filter for the water line in my refrigerator! I love Brita but it takes up room I need in my refrigerator and I don't want to let the pitcher sit out on the counter.
i have an idea since the whole flavored water thing is such a hit why not just put a flavoring part in the the filter system, make it like a cartdtridge and you an change the flavors out. flavors like lemon, lime ect, i think those would help sell the systems
My idea for junior size BRITA DRINK CONTAINERS is to have two handles on either side for toddlers.Also to put for older children one handle on one side of container to drink. This would make it easier for the little hands to hold for toddlers and older children are less likely to drop containers with a handle.Junior size Brita containers are a great idea for young children they need to be able to drink through out the day . The BRITA Junior containers make that possible and keep drinks cold so they don't spoil.Older children need drinks especially while playing games on teams,this way they can get cold water or juices instead of sugary drinks.,
Make A filter for pond water for camping!!
For decades, the Brita faucet filter has produced a stream. The package graphics still show it producing a stream, but you redesigned it so it produces a spray. This makes it very hard to fill a water bottle, which is what most of us are doing most of the time.
I was able to to destroy the spray nozzle on the unit I just bought, so it produces a stream (yay!), but most people won't do this and you're likely to lose a lot of customers.
Whenever I try to remove the lid from the Brita Pitcher, if my hands are wet when I grab the handle part, the lid will not come off. The handle must be perfectly dry to do so.
Would it be possible to make the handle part of the lid textured to help with gripping it.
Just a thought.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE BRITA FILTERS INSTALLED IN SCHOOL WATER FOUNTAINS?
Very few Americans are familiar with the Moringa tree nor its superior rich content of both high levels of minerals and vitamins.Surely, Brita and the Clorox Company are among those not familiar of its benefits,in my opinion.
Here is my unique idea to boost both vitamin and mineral content while using a Brita filter for your drinking water.
The leaves of the Moringa tree are a valueable source of vitamins and minerals.Then, insert those leaves into the filter to transfer those minerals and those vitamins into your own drinking water.
The leaves are the most nutritious part of the tree.
Here are some examples for yourselves even if Brita chooses to not utilize the concept idea and yourselves the viewers of this idea decide to use it instead.
A carrot has 1.8 mg of Vitamin A but the leaves of the Moringa tree possess 6.8 mg instead.
Calcium from milk delivers 120mg while the leaves of the Moringa tree possess 440 mg instead.
A banana delivers 88 mg of Potassium while the leaves of the Moringa tree possess 259 mg instead.
Yogurt provides 3.1 mg of Protein, while the leaves of the Moringa tree provides 6.7 mg instead.
An Orange provides 30 mg of Vitamin C while the leaves of the Moringa tree instead provides 220 mg.
Therefore, inserting the leaves of the Moringa Tree into the filter of Brita is common sense, it is not my job to advise Brita nor Clorox how to insert those leaves, but someone employed by their corporation surely is genius enough to figure how to do it.
Besides, vast percentages of the world already are aware the healthy benefits of the Moringa tree and since Clorox already is a international brand recognized everywhere, this simple task should not become neglected.
An alternative venue of the Moringa tree already exists that the seeds from the Moringa tree actually purify water.
For those interested, seek the knowledge.
To bring this to someones attention would be a great idea for all of us who appricates "FINE CLOTHES", i love my fine clothes and i have this thing that i don't like to wash my blouses nor shirt's in the washing amchine only because of the fact that it fades my clothes, the soap we buy at the stores are horrible, they ahve harsh chemicals and harsh ingrediants that ruin my clothes, litterally! so i rather go days without washing my clothes and take good care of them while i am wearing them, and be extra careful not to drip food nor drinks on them. But if they can come out with a water softner filter that you can change from hard water to soft water and bring out a new Laundry detergent that can help out with this problem you experience from washing machines than i would be the first in line to buy, because we need something like this for HARD water systems, and this is a big issue for clothes as well, the harder the water is the more it ruins your fine linen, it fades and washes out color's. So if you have this filter you put ino the washing machine and changre every 3 months with a filter to soften your water system, and it comes with a filter system and three filters pack for like: $ 40.00 would be a great deal. This pack would last for up to 6 months depending on how much wash you do in a week. ANd plus add some of the new "Water Softner Laundry Detergent" would help out with fading your clothes, and to have a box of strip's to tell where you are at testing your water system whether it is HARD or Soft water, this would tell you exactly where you are at. Then you can go to whether you want to get this and install in your machine. But it would improve on your washing, no more fading nor colors comming off your clothes and spending so much more money on clothes and for you to keep your fine linen nice and "NEW" looking and would save you money on going to the cleaners and also avoiding your contact with exposure with chemicals on your skin that the dry cleaners have and use on your clothes. So if i can find something like that in the stores in the near future this would be a great idea for me and others that have this issue with the "NEW" longer lasing look on clothes!!!