I'm very well aware of the conflict of interest. :) Although, he
actually suggested to pursue investigating the well first, before going
down the road of the expensive filter, which has to count for
Actually, in the two weeks since starting this thread, the whole house
filter hasn't become clogged at all, but the water is extremely cloudy.
So, I'd have to disagree that the filter is doing it's job. If we
really are dealing with colloidal clay, it is so fine its almost a
homogeneous solution (its not, but the question is what sort of
physical filter would be needed to extract it where I wouldn't have to
change that filter every other day?).
The water is being tested by a different lab even as we speak.