LATHAM, N.Y. — Water Technology loves to hear reader feedback in all of our stories, and this week the comment of the week was by reader Martin Clukey on an article from 2010 entitled "Shower filters — some points to consider."

The article provided key criteria to choosing and installing a shower filter for your customers.

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Clukey commented, "Chlorine is the biggest foe to your skin and hair, which comes in contact with your body when you take [a] shower. However, if you have installed a good quality shower filter you are bound to keep them away from your body and lead a healthy life."

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He continued with a second comment: "When you take [a] shower, the skin pores over your body often widens, which allow things like dermal absorption of chlorine along with other unhealthy chemicals to a great extent."

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