I have been reading some archived posts about this subject. Let me know if
im on the right track. I just moved into a house built in 1965, with an
original shallow well. After a good rain the other day my water has become
brown and muddy. I currently have the hose running to see if that will
clear it up. Am I doing the right thing?
Thanks in advance
Agreed. You really need a coliform bacteria test, and then to see about
stopping the influx of dirty water.
And if you wanted to filter the color out, you'd need a properly sized
backwashed turbidity filter. Proper size means the filter would have a SFR
(service flow rate) large enough to treat the peak demand of your plumbing.
On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 00:53:36 GMT, "CHRIS MCLOUGHLIN"
Got done painting my shop , well, I thought I was doing pretty good as
I put drop cloths down everywhere. Well, evidently the step ladder
ripped a hole in one cloth. I went and picked up all the cloths and I
have a big spot of paint that seeped throuigh the hole in the cloth.
Is there any secrets to removing latex paint from a cement floor ?
Or any products out there that do a good job ?
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