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Old 06-25-2013, 03:02 AM   #11
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haha All points I was wandering about. That is exactly why I asked where it was. It could be nice mounted on a keezer, but quite cumbersome. And, like you said, not really good for all that RO water can be used for. I tell at least 1 customer a day to use their RO for rinsing their wine and beer glasses for spot free. Most are like, "Oh, yeah! I would never have thought of that!!"

Still, good job on the tubing run. Once you get it figured out it isn't as hard as most people try and make it out to be.

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