Is your home water full of iron?
Are you getting rust stains in the home, and does your water smell and taste like a rusty nail?
Your water may look clear, but this is because iron is often found in a dissolved state (clear water iron) in well water. It is especially prevalent in acidic groundwater, which dissolves the iron due to its acidity.
Though water contaminated by iron may appear clear when first drawn, it will soon form insoluble rust particles when exposed to oxygen. This is how iron causes brown, yellow, and rust-colored stains in sinks, fixtures, and appliances.Read More