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BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
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RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
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Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-14-2017 07:24 AM)
TheGhostOfULPCat  Wrote: (11-14-2017 05:57 AM)
So I bought a gallon of spring water from local supermarket BI-LOW and it smells like it's regular tap water. Got that certain type city smell to it. ( chlorine )
SE Groceries filled at Elloree SC Hickory Springs
What gives?
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Post: #17
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
TheGhostOfULPCat  Wrote: (11-14-2017 05:57 AM)
So I bought a gallon of spring water from local supermarket BI-LOW and it smells like it's regular tap water. Got that certain type city smell to it. ( chlorine )
SE Groceries filled at Elloree SC Hickory Springs

What gives?

Evaporated/boil all of it away, see what's left.
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RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-14-2017 12:30 PM)
TheGhostOfULPCat  Wrote: (11-14-2017 05:57 AM)
So I bought a gallon of spring water from local supermarket BI-LOW and it smells like it's regular tap water. Got that certain type city smell to it. ( chlorine )
SE Groceries filled at Elloree SC Hickory Springs

What gives?

Evaporated/boil all of it away, see what's left.

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Post: #19
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
I do a lot of sous vide cooking. And though you can try to contain and minimize the water evaporation, it still occurs, particularly when cooking something for a couple days. This can leave a LOT of grit in the water, calcium and fluoride, unless I heavily filter the water. It costs me about $0.10 to filter a gallon of city tap water. Thus it costs me $0.50 just to fill the 5-gallon cambro container that I often cook in. The fluoride filters are what cost the most. It really pisses me off that they put that crap in the water supply. It messes up everything in the kitchen. CLR is my friend, lol. I wish we could beat that crap out of whoever is doing that. I use about 12-14 liters of water per day for consumption & cooking purposes (cat & myself). I brew and bottle about 3-4 liters of black tea every evening and refrigerate for the following day. I drink about 2 liters myself, visiters drink the rest. I know the trick to brewing the best. My cat drinks the clean filtered water, but oddly she prefers the tap water if I set a bowl of that down beside the clean water and allow her a choice. She is a healthy 16 years old and I think having always given her clean filtered water has made a difference in her health. I don't think fluoride in our pets drinking water is good for them either. But I tell you that fluoride in the water sure causes a lot of trouble and I sure wish I could beat someone with a stupid stick for that.
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RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
It is...

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Post: #21
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
I see Mexicans stealing city water from fire hydrants in middle of night using tanker trucks. They resell the stolen water for pools, landscaping and BOTTLING!

100% Pure Profit!
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Post: #22
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-14-2017 01:24 PM)
I see Mexicans stealing city water from fire hydrants in middle of night using tanker trucks. They resell the stolen water for pools, landscaping and BOTTLING!

100% Pure Profit!

Lmao MExiCANs
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Post: #23
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
TheGhostOfULPCat  Wrote: (11-14-2017 05:57 AM)
So I bought a gallon of spring water from local supermarket BI-LOW and it smells like it's regular tap water. Got that certain type city smell to it. ( chlorine )
SE Groceries filled at Elloree SC Hickory Springs

What gives?

In a nut shell ---> YOUR AN IDIOT.

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Post: #24
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
BI LOW LmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmaoLmao

f*#k EM OFF..


"NEXT"

O before I go don't buy meat of BI LOW it smells like hoarse.
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Post: #25
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
Bi N Large has better water.....
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RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
You're better off getting a water filter and using that instead of buying bottled water(s).

The only exception would be distilled water for your steam iron.

And when it comes to filtering water what you need is just a decent charcoal filter (activated charcoal). If you are savvy and have the time and energy you can always make your own "bio-char" filter, which is to make your own charcoal in a retort and grind that up and pour water through the charcoal.
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RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
For $2.97 what do you expect. Jptdknpa Tap Water
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Post: #28
RE: BI-LOW 1 gallon water smells like it's tap water
Think of all the bottles that Poland Spring water sells around the world daily. What spring could possibly gush out that much water each day?

Bottled spring water is a scam. It's pumped out of the ground in pipes. Bottled spring water is literally tap water. Except the water coming out of your kitchen faucet is probably cleaner. Since they can call it "spring water" they don't have to filter it, so it's "all natural" and unprocessed and holds all the same dirt and bacteria that live in the ground where the "spring" is. Interesting fact: Most springs naturally contain fluoride, just in case you're trying to avoid the fluoride in your tap.

If it says "Purified Water" on the bottle, it must by law be processed through a filter. Most purified water is processed through reverse osmosis or distillation. This means you're getting pretty close to pure water.

Also reverse osmosis and distillation remove fluoride from water. Unless your brand of purified water adds fluoride back in (it would then have to be listed as an ingredient) then it's fluoride free.

But most people I know of, drink the spring water. The reason? They think it's healthier than my preferred water because my water is tap water and therefore yucky. Ironic, isn't it?
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