Does water softener filter water? In this video, I show you how to test for water softener filters, how to clean them, and what to do if you find a filter that doesn’t work. Although it’s not a very scientific or scientific test, I like to use a simple test to see if your water has any minerals.
What I really like about this test is that you don’t have to do any heavy lifting. What we end up with is just a few drops of water with a few drops of water added to it. If it turns the water blue or green, it’s a filter that needs cleaning.
Some filter manufacturers will tell you that the minerals in the water will color it a blue, green, or purple. This can be a false positive, but it may also be a false negative. In my opinion, if minerals are in the water, you should be using it. I like to use my water the same way every time.
Well, I’m not a chemist. I know the difference between the blue and the green. As a chemist, if you want to know the difference between a blue and a green, you’d need to do a chemistry lab. The difference is subtle. A blue has more phosphate and nitrate in it, while a green has more chlorides.
Just as I get excited about water, I also get tired of the whole water treatment and chlorine thing. It seems like a dirty process compared to the way we use water. That’s why I’m always wondering what chemicals we put in our water. So I was happy when the folks over at WaterCure were able to release an awesome video about the “secret” process.
WaterCure’s video was released to promote their new WaterCure product line, which uses a green and a blue. The video showcases what the two waters have in common: A variety of chlorides, phosphate, heavy metals, and sodium.
Water softeners are used for many purposes, but water treatment is one of them. Chlorine and chlorine compounds are generally used to clean and kill bacteria. These compounds are also used to remove chlorine from water. The problem with using these compounds is that they can cause chlorine to become reactive. This means that anything that contains chlorine, including water softeners, will turn into a gas that people can breathe when they drink it. The blue water has a different recipe though.
In the trailer, it’s said that the blue water has a lot of chlorine, and that if it’s diluted it will kill everyone. But it turns out that the blue water doesn’t have the same amount of chlorine as the red water you’d find in the city. So, in that case, it may not be safe to drink anyway.