Culligan WHR-140 Water Filter + DIY Water Filter Build via BYO Magazine


WHR-140 Filter Cartridge by Culligan.  This has a filter life of up to 10,000 gallons or 6 months. NSF certified.

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  • Warning: Culligan can only guarantee the quality of materials, construction and the certification claims of WHR-140 filters manufactured by Culligan, other brands’ Filters that call out “Culligan WHR-140 compatible” Are not affiliated with Culligan and are not nsf, using these filters will void the 5 year limited warranty on Culligan filtered shower heads.
  • Each WHR-140 filter cartridge filters sulfur odor, chlorine, and scale for a full 10, 000 gallons or 6 months giving softer, cleaner skin and hair.
  • Patented filter media bacteriostatic*, limits passage and growth of bacteria for a cleaner shower experience.
  • System tested and certified by nsf international against ansi standard 177.
  • Filter cartridge easily installs in Culligan shower heads.
  • Replacement cartridge for models: wash-c125, rdsh-c115, hsh-c135, hsh-bn135, stylish and-100, stylish and-200, stylish and-300, s-h200-c, s-h200-bn, s-w100-c, s-w100-bn


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One thought on “Culligan WHR-140 Water Filter + DIY Water Filter Build via BYO Magazine

  1. Peter Valleau

    Even easier, buy the Culligan Filter Showerhead, with filter included. I also picked up at Watts Universal Dishwasher connection kit, (link below) and a half inch male to male connector. I connect it to a garden hose bib I have handy. If you connect it to the kitchen sink faucet you may need another connector.

    The shower head contains the filter and adds much O2 as it’s coming out of the faucet. Super simple with no gluing cutting or whatever.


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