• I do. We have a good well with sweet water. It's even better than the spring it replaced. 5/15/24
  • yes I do sometimes at my own house when I look inside the kettle I wonder if its piosening me, compiard to when I look inside the kettle on the farm where the water is tank water. I always replace the kettles at home and the farm at the same time to do this expierment. Its black at my house the kettle stays clean inside at the farm, I spend equal time at both places and am the only one that uses the kettle. Im too tight to buy water.
    • Creamcrackered
      Interesting, thanks
  • Yes. From what I hear it has to be safer than bottled water.
  • Yes. I run it through a filter first, though. Also: I use filtered water for everything I cook.
  • Yes, a dose of fluid, but then plastic bottles break down quickly seeping into the water inside, unless you're near a spring, those are our choices.
    • 11stevo73
      what do you think about plastic water tanks and plastic water pipes
    • Creamcrackered
      With plastic bottles, plastic can begin to leach into the water, due to moisture and sunlight. Plastic pipes don't have the same antimicrobial effects as copper, but expand and contract so less likely to burst, but yes plastic pipes will also leach into water over time..

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