Colloidal Clay In Your Well Water

Colloidal Clay In Your Well Water

COLLOIDAL CLAY IN YOUR WELL WATER? We run across our fair share of folks living out in the country who have had this problem. This source of aggravation is easy to fix, due to the advances in water treatment technology. Here’s the problem with this type of clay – it...

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Scale

Scale

Water Scale As water travels through the earth, it picks up minerals, like calcium and magnesium. Calcium and magnesium are found in most water supplies; when the water eventually enters your home and is heated, it forms a rock-like scale build-up. Scale is obvious on...

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Staining

Water Stains Stains on fixtures, tubs, sinks, showers and toilets are unsightly and a real headache to clean. Water is a natural solvent, and given the needed time and conditions, it will dissolve anything it comes in contact with. That’s why, depending on where you...

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Bacteria and Viruses

Bacteria & Viruses in Water Bacteria, viruses and protozoa that make their way into the water supply frequently cause illnesses with flu-like symptoms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there could be as many as 12 million cases of...

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Taste and Odors

Water Taste & Odors There are a number of impurities that can give your water an unpleasant taste or smell. Dissolved minerals, sulfur and algae are just a few. In its pristine state, water is colorless, tasteless and odorless. So, if your water tastes or smells...

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Cloudy Water

Cloudy Wate Cloudy, murky or grayish water is usually caused by dissolved or suspended solids which can contain bacteria or parasites, are the usual suspects for cloudy or grayish water.. This cloudy water is is also known as “turbidity.” Water can become turbid...

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Chlorine Taste and Smell

Chlorine Taste & Smell in Water Since the 1850s, chlorine has been used as a disinfectant to kill harmful bacteria in water itself or the pipes that transport it. It has helped end a number of major threats to public health. Though chlorine is vital for stopping...

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Hard Water

Hard Water Hard water leaves a buildup on appliances and can cut their useful life by a third. You’ll notice spots on fixtures, sinks, silverware and glasses, and you’ll use a lot of cleaners to remove them. Hard water contains dissolved calcium, magnesium and, in...

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