BVC - Water Chemistry
OxladeMac at aol.com
Thu Jan 13 16:09:56 PST 2000
In a message dated 1/13/00 2:21:14 PM Central Standard Time,
swarm at warpcore.provalue.net writes:
<< The easiest way to overcome bad water is just go to the store and buy the
water you want. If you are wanting a specific ion balence get water
purifide buy reverse osmosis and then add the minerals you want in the
right consentrations. If $5-$10 bucks is too much, take a jug and drive to
a different water supply. If you want a continuous supply, get a reverse
osmosi$ water filter. Activated carbon won't do the trick on removing
Actually, this is what I have decided to do. One of the things I have done
in the past is to buy carboys of water from Fizo water company in Tulsa.
They get it from Mountain Valley Spring in Arkansas. I called Mountain
Valley and got a water report from them. It is MUCH better than the
Stillwater water. I will only have to make slight adjustments to it to reach
the final water characteristics I am looking for.
Oh, and the best part about going all the way to Tulsa to get this water - it
comes in these cool reusable 5 gallon glass containers!!!!! Kind of funny -
you can get an empty carboy from them for $12, or a full one for $10. Not
bad! Two birds with one stone!
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