Problems with hard water spots or rust stains? Home Water Test Kits are available, but did you know there are some basic steps you can take to find out your water condition without spending a penny? Are you wondering if your water is eating up your pipes and contaminating your water with corrosion by-products? Follow … Continue reading Home Water Tests That You Can Do Yourself, For Free.
When you have a water system that uses well water, it is important to do regular water testing to ensure that the water that the well is supplying into your household is safe. Sometimes, bacteria, stains, and sediments can be found in the water. Often, water sediment filters won't take care of everything. Unlike city … Continue reading Sediments, Stains and Water Sediment Filters 101
While relying on a private well can offer some great advantages – namely, the ability to completely control the quality and composition of your water – most well water users can attest that it comes with its own share of disadvantages as well. Perhaps the biggest trouble with well water stems from the variety of … Continue reading Water Tests
We often get emails and phone calls about blue or green stains on fixtures and laundry. Some folks even report their blond hair has turned blue from their well water. This is caused by copper pipes corroding and allowing copper to dissolve into their water, which then causes blue or greenish stains. One of the … Continue reading How to Neutralize Acidic Water
Does your well water cause pink, red, brown, black, or blue stains to appear on your fixtures or appliances? Unsightly stains can show up on fixtures, appliances, or when washing laundry as well as your hair. These stains show up generally as pink, rust or reddish, black colored, dark brown, and green stains. Pink stains … Continue reading Water Stains? How to Identify The Top 5 Stains