Question: What type of contaminants do refrigerator filters typically remove?

I'm interested in understanding the spectrum of contaminants that refrigerator filters commonly eliminate.

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Porton writes:
Refrigerated filters typically remove various types of contaminants from water, including chlorine, pesticides, chemical residues, harmful metals (such as lead and mercury), and unpleasant odors and tastes with refridgerator filters from . Some filters can also remove bacteria and viruses from water. However, the effectiveness of the filter may vary depending on its type and model. When choosing a filter, it's worth paying attention to the manufacturer's specifications and replacement recommendations to ensure optimal water quality in your refrigerator.

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