Chlorine Taste in Water!

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  1. StitchUp

    StitchUp Read Only Funster

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    Each year I sanitize the fresh water tank using some tablets I purchased from Zappy http://zappysblog.co.uk/wp-content/...iners-in-Motorhomes-RVs-Caravans-Boats-v8.pdf

    This time I filled and emptied the tank about 5 times following the cleaning but when tasting the water there's a distinct twang to it - a bit like chlorine I'd guess!

    Other than rinsing over and over, is there anyway of getting rid of this yuk taste?

    Cheers

    John
     
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    I believe if you fill it up and let it stand for a day or so it shoiuld go...
     
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    A Nature Pure filter will take out the taste.... we recently fitted one and sometimes we also use purification tablets and the drinking water is very pure.

    We had a 3M filter which did also remove any taste but the replacement filters are hard to come by.
     
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    Sounds just like the normal tap water in the Wokingham area courtesy of South East Water or Thames Valley, been tasting it for 30 odd years:Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Peter
     
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    If Derek's suggestion of leaving a full tank for a day doesn't work you could try using a water filter jug. We started using one (Asda own brand) after suffering off flavours from bowser-supplied water at Stratford.

    It doesn't do the job which Nature Pure does but it works OK to remove off flavours from potable water.
     
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    Water taste

    We have a similar problem which we think is the taste of the new water tank. The water used to fill the tank is OK before filling, but not after:Sad: Could this be cured by any of the above?
     
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    The nature pure filter system with its own tap is not a cheap option but is 101% guaranteed solution to any and all water problems
    Inc all taste clarity and microbe content problems
    You can literally use river water with this system:thumb:
    Geo
     
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