Weekend Special: Rainshow’r Gard’n Gro Garden Filter System

Rainshow'r Gard'n Gro Garden Filter SystemWe have the door open at our building today, and I can hear the beautiful sound of birds chirping as I type right now. I think it’s safe to say that spring is in the air – which means, it’s time to start planting your garden.

The official date of the start of spring is March 21 – only three days away. With that in mind, we’ve picked the Rainshow’r Gard’n Gro Garden Filter System as this weekend’s special deal. It’s a completely non-toxic de-chlorinator, which is just a fancy way to say that it removes 85 percent of the chlorine from your water, promoting healthy plant growth and nutrition and enhancing the effectiveness of non-chemical pest control methods. Chlorine can have toxic effects on plant growth. If you prefer growing your garden naturally, without the presence of toxic pesticides and harsh chemicals, this filter is for you. In addition to being an effective de-chlorinator, the Rainshow’r Garden Filter System also features an all-white, UV-resistant, molded polypropylene body, making it better able to withstand prolonged sun exposure.

Please note that this filter is not intended for use with drinking water. It is specially designed to remove chlorine, but does not remove particulates and other water contaminants. This garden filter is also not recommended for use with fish ponds. FiltersFast offers a wealth of options for filtering your drinking water. See our Buyer’s Guide on Home Water Filters for more information.

This weekend only, purchase your Rainshow’r Gard’n Gro Garden Filter System at a special discounted price of $44. This offer begins today at 4 p.m. and ends Sunday night at midnight, so order now and start planting just in time for spring!

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