How can I tell if I have hard water?
What makes my water hard?
What is water hardness?
What is softened water?
Should I be concerned about sodium in water?
For the sake of comparison, one slice of white bread contains about 114 mg of sodium and an eight-ounce glass of milk contains 120 mg of sodium. If your water contains 10 grains per gallon (GPG) and if you consumed a total of one quart of softened water a day, your intake of additional sodium would be 75 mg - less than either a slice of bread or a glass of milk.
Why do my sinks and fixtures turn yellow?
1. Ferrous iron (dissolved). Although not visible, it is the most common type of iron. Later, when oxygen is mixed with ferrous iron, it stains sinks, toilets and laundry (especially when bleach is added). To reduce levels of ferrous iron, softening and/or filtration is performed.
2. Ferric Iron (suspended). Ferric iron or brown water iron is oxidized and forms particles. Normally, these particles can be seen in a glass of water. Sometimes, these particles are too small to be seen and are very difficult to remove.
3. Iron bacteria. This is a general term given to iron that can leave a slimy growth or buildup in toilet tanks and sometimes clogs filters, softeners and pipes. These bacteria are not harmful but are considered a nuisance because they are difficult to remove.
Why is my dishwasher stained brown or orange?
Why does my water smell like rotten eggs?
My water doesn't taste good, yet it tested out OK. What does this mean?
Why do I feel slippery when bathing in soft water?
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13658 10 Mile Road
South Lyon, MI 48178
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