Metallic Taste in Drinking Water
A metallic taste in your water usually means your pH level is off.
When the pH level is lower than normal it is considered soft water, and can cause that metallic taste.
Depending on the pH level, this can present health risks, so you should have your water tested. Learn more about the different risks that can be involved here.
Some other possible causes can be elevated levels of copper, iron, lead or manganese.
FIND OUT IF YOUR DRINKING WATER IS SAFE
If your water has a metallic, contact one of our specialists for advice.
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