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How everydrop® Filters Work

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By reducing unwanted substances in your water and ice, everydrop® filters provide the clean slate from which you can create. Learn how everydrop® is the key to clean water and ice filtration.

Filtered by Nature

Coconut shell carbon

Millions of coconut shells are discarded daily to create conconut products. At everydrop®, we use carbon filters made from excess coconut shells to bring you clean water filtered by this non-toxic, edible source found right in nature.

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Contaminant Removal

Triple Filtration Technology

A three-part filtration process helps food and drinks taste like they should. Read on to see how each part of the filtration process combines to bring you fresh, filtered water right from your refrigerator.

PARTICLE
FILTRATION
Helps block larger contaminants

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MICRO
FILTRATION
Helps capture medium contaminants

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ADSORPTION
FILTRATION
Helps absorb microscopic contaminants

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Top contaminants removed

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Chlorine

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Lead

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Mercury

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Pesticides

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Pharmaceuticals

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Swap every 6 months

Change out your everydrop® water and ice filter twice a year to tap into clean water year round and a swell of possibilities.

Subscribe to save

Save 20% on your first purchase and 5% on future purchases when you sign up to have everydrop® water and ice filters delivered to your door every six months.

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How-to-videos

Easily replace your filter

Find your filter number below and see how to make the simple switch — so you can get clean water all year long. 

FAQ

Download your everydrop® water filter guide here, or use the Filter Finder tool located at the top of this page.

For clean, fresh tasting water, everydrop® recommends replacing your water filter every 6 months. It may need to be changed more frequently depending on your usage and water quality.

Your water filter is not self-cleaning. Resetting your indicator light will not reset your filter or clean it. Only regular replacement of your water filter will ensure your family has a continuous supply of clean filtered water.

Quarter Turn Filter

Find the filter cartridge cap in the base grille.

Rotate the cap counterclockwise to a vertical position, and then pull.

Remove the filter cap by sliding it right or left. Set aside cap. Discard old filter.

Remove the packaging and O-ring covers from the new filter. Slide the filter cap on.

Purge air from the water line. See instructions below.

 

Push Button Filter

Find the filter cartridge cap in the base grille. Do not remove cap yet.

Push the eject button, and then pull the filter cap. Do not twist cap.

Remove the filter cap by turning it counterclockwise. Set aside cap. Discard old filter.

Remove the packaging and O-ring covers from the new filter. Slide the filter cap on.

Push filter into the base grille until the eject button pops. Gently tug on cap to ensure it is snug.

Align arrows on the cap and new filter. Turn clockwise to snap in place.

Purge air from the water line. See instructions below.

 

Bottom Mount / French Door Filter

Locate the filter in the upper right corner of the fresh food compartment.

There are two cover types: PUSH or PULL. If the word PUSH isn't on the cover, it's a PULL.

To open PUSH cover: Push the tab in and down. To open PULL cover: Pull forward gently.

Remove the packaging and sealing label from the new filter.

Insert filter by gently rotating clockwise until it stops. Snap filter closed.

Purge air from the water line. See instructions below.

 

Purge Air from the Water Line

After replacing the filter, flush air from the system to prevent the dispenser from dripping.

Using a cup, press and hold the dispenser for 5 seconds, and then release for 5 seconds.

Repeat until water flows, and then continue for an additional 2 minutes.

If your dispenser drips, do this again to flush air that enters the system from the water supply.