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As little as .3ppm dissolved of iron will cause staining of appliances, sinks, toilets, and clothing.
Dissolved iron is clear (cannot see it) and it cannot be "filtered" out. It can only be removed through an ion exchange OR by oxidizing the dissolved iron (making it clump up) and then filtering out those particles.
Many wells get discolored water. The source water may be discolored by oxidized iron flakes, sediment from the well, or tannins
Some water that is discolored in the home may be coming from well pressure tanks that are starting to deteriorate. If your well tank is drained for any reason it will push sediment from the tank into the house discoloring water for 2-3 days.
Discolored water can also be caused by rusting galvanized pipes between the well and the faucet.
Well water can occasionally get contaminated with Ecoli or other bacteria that can make you sick. It can also grow iron bacteria (which doesn't harm humans) but can create odors and films in sitting water.
All private wells should be tested annually for bacteria.
If you own one of the 13-million U.S. homes with a private well, you might notice some strange things about your water. Discoloration, staining, scale buildup, and corroded pipes are common complaints.
You could install equipment for each problem. Or ... you can use the power of Crystal-Right. Crystal-Right has the ability to remove iron and hardness. It can also correct for slightly acidic water.