Distilled Water

High-quality distilled water that is 100% free from contaminants and contains no trace minerals. Ideal for plants, C-Pap Machines, Irons, Steamers, Pure Drinking Water, among a variety of other applications.

How do you make your distilled water?

We procure our water using a steam distillation process. This is where traditional tap water is heated to boiling point, turning the water into boiling water and consequently steam. We then leave the steam to cool, condensing back to water. This distilling process ensures we are removing impurities, including heavy metals, chemicals, organic contaminants and viruses.

Once the distillation process is complete, the water is tested by our in-house lab team to all grade standards. Testing ensures the water is 100% free from contaminants and trace minerals. This testing process guarantees that our water is produced to the highest level of purity.

After testing, the water is then bottled in certified HDPE bottles or drums. This ensures the water remains free from BPA or other plastics.

Is there an expiry date on your distilled water? 

Distilled water will last indefinitely if it is stored correctly and no contaminants come into contact with the water. For that reason, we do not include an expiry date on our products. However, each batch is freshly made and bottled each day ensuring your water is ultra-pure and ready for use. At the of the day, water is water, and if you store it correctly, then it should not become contaminated and should be safe to use indefinitely.

Is Distilled Water the same as rainwater, filtered water, reverse osmosis water or purified water?

No, distilled water is not the same as the above-mentioned water types. And if you've been prescribed distilled water for a specific plant or want to keep something like steam irons clean from hard deposits, then it's important you only use distilled water and not an alternative.


Firstly, rainwater is not 100% pure. It comes into contact with many of the chemicals and gasses that we pump into our atmosphere. If you're looking to use rainwater with something like a humidifier, then you could be pumping those chemicals into your air.

Filtered Water

Filtered water is a type of purified water, that people often mistake for distilled water, made using jug-type type device, tap water and a filter. These are not the same and often all you're really doing is chilling the water and removing some of the hard water minerals.

Purified Water

Purified water is another name for distilled water, however, it can often be used to describe demineralised water. Please read the label of the product you're buying to ensure it fits your needs.

Reverse Osmosis Water

This is another popular but expensive and time-consuming way to remove all the hard deposits, bacteria, and other nasties found in water. This is very similar to distilled and realistically, apart from the processes to get the end result, there is no difference between the two apart from the name. This type of water is often used in the printing process where distillation components are more difficult to use.