Choosing Iron Filter

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super fine ("fines") washing out is good.

But now that things are unstuck, I think the 11 will be better, which is probably how you left it.
 

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I finally did a professional water test on my Iron filter. From simplelab.

Iron came back 0.
But manganese is 0.61 ppm

Does that make sense with Filox? Shouldn’t it cover both?

Is a basic carbon filter all I need now?
 
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