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When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom

 
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When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
whenever i get a glass of ice water after the ice melts there is a white powder at the bottom of the glass...

ive tried to clean the ice trays= didnt work

what you think this shit is?
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
EW. Doesn't happen with my water. Are you using straight TAP water? Could be some contaminants. scratching flush
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
it's shyte.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Calcium. Yuuum. Healthy. Drink up.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Probably minerals from the water ... or fluoride ... or whatever residue was left after they treated the waste-water and turned it back into "drinking water".

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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
It's calcium. The same thing Tums are made of. It wont hurt you.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Same thing happens in water fountains in public areas.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Harmless calcium chloride = chalk

It is not water soluble so it falls out of suspension.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
whenever i get a glass of ice water after the ice melts there is a white powder at the bottom of the glass...

ive tried to clean the ice trays= didnt work

what you think this shit is?
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If this is tap water I'd start thinking about filtering your water with a Berkey water filter.
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If this is tap water I'd start thinking about filtering your water with a Berkey water filter.
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agreed...otherwise yer kidneys are having to filter out whatever that stuff is...
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If this is tap water I'd start thinking about filtering your water with a Berkey water filter.

agreed...otherwise yer kidneys are having to filter out whatever that stuff is...
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I see physiology wasn't on your list at the registrars office.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
time to get a Brita....
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
get a water filter, like a Brita or better yet, a Berkey- all water and ice should be filteres. Get new isce trays
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Probably hard water residue.
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britas dont do shit. get a reverse osmosis system or just buy distilled water.
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britas dont do shit. get a reverse osmosis system or just buy distilled water.
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Drinking solely distilled water is not good for you.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
It's calcium. The same thing Tums are made of. It wont hurt you.



OH NO, WONT HURT YOU AT ALL!!, cept for the fact it clogs and crusts you're pineal gland wich is you're third eye that THEY dont want you to have, o yeah, and floride, drink up! P.S get a brita!!!!!! god damn WAKE THE FUCK UP PEOPLE.


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Why would you trust drinking water from a $10 filter? If your pineal gland is so important I would think you would go with one of the best filters money could buy.
[link to www.berkeyfilters.com]
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Definitely minerals. My water is like that also, i only see the white stuff come of the ice cubes. Out of curiosity i had it tested because i freaked out. It turned out to be calcium, magnesium etc etc. I think the minerals are in suspension when you use regular water. But once the water is frozen i think it comes out of solution somehow. I have several filters inline before my refrigerator and they can't even filter it out. Your best bet would be reverse osmosis if you don't like how it looks when guests look into a clear glass of your water.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Pharmaceutical residue.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Definitely minerals. My water is like that also, i only see the white stuff come of the ice cubes. Out of curiosity i had it tested because i freaked out. It turned out to be calcium, magnesium etc etc. I think the minerals are in suspension when you use regular water. But once the water is frozen i think it comes out of solution somehow. I have several filters inline before my refrigerator and they can't even filter it out. Your best bet would be reverse osmosis if you don't like how it looks when guests look into a clear glass of your water.
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fa showly man thanks for the info
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
Calcium mostly and other minerals. Should be harmless unless you are prone to kidney stones. If you are then you might want to consider a water filter.
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
[link to www.freedrinkingwater.com]


Buy this, or soemthing like it... 5 stage removes fluoride..
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
sodium fluoride (NaF),n a white, odorless powder used in 2% aqueous solution and applied topically to teeth as a caries-preventing agent; used as 33% NaF in kaolin and glycerin as a desensitizing agent for hypersensitive dentin. In drinking water, one part per million of NaF is used as a caries-prophylactic substance.

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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
sodium fluoride (NaF),n a white, odorless powder used in 2% aqueous solution and applied topically to teeth as a caries-preventing agent; used as 33% NaF in kaolin and glycerin as a desensitizing agent for hypersensitive dentin. In drinking water, one part per million of NaF is used as a caries-prophylactic substance.

[link to medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
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Worth emphasizing.

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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
I have the same thing - it's 'heavy water', full of minerals. It's hell on your teeth
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
sodium fluoride (NaF),n a white, odorless powder used in 2% aqueous solution and applied topically to teeth as a caries-preventing agent; used as 33% NaF in kaolin and glycerin as a desensitizing agent for hypersensitive dentin. In drinking water, one part per million of NaF is used as a caries-prophylactic substance.

[link to medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

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Worth emphasizing.

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My main question is, is thiss shit thats in the water normal>>?>?>?>?>?
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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
sodium fluoride (NaF),n a white, odorless powder used in 2% aqueous solution and applied topically to teeth as a caries-preventing agent; used as 33% NaF in kaolin and glycerin as a desensitizing agent for hypersensitive dentin. In drinking water, one part per million of NaF is used as a caries-prophylactic substance.

[link to medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]

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Worth emphasizing.

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My main question is, is thiss shit thats in the water normal>>?>?>?>?>?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 775699

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The only way you could get the answer to that question is take the residue to a lab and have it analyzed.

Anything other than that is just speculation.

Sorry ... but true. :(

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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
It's calcium. The same thing Tums are made of. It wont hurt you.



OH NO, WONT HURT YOU AT ALL!!, cept for the fact it clogs and crusts you're pineal gland wich is you're third eye that THEY dont want you to have, o yeah, and floride, drink up! P.S get a brita!!!!!! god damn WAKE THE FUCK UP PEOPLE.


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Re: When my ice melts in my water it leaves a white powder at the bottom
You can't filter it out.

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