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Yellow well water may be caused by iron deposits dissolving and entering into the well system from rain or melting snow. Yellow well water is also known as red-water iron, and it can also contain manganese. Bacteria in w... More »

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Rusty well water is caused when rainwater seeps through iron-rich rock and enters the aquifer. It can also be caused when the iron casing of the well or the water pipes in the well start to rust. Though the iron discolor... More »

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Whitening yellowed plastic requires a cleaning agent such as bleach. Another method requires using sandpaper to sand off the top layer of the plastic. It is important to wear proper hand protection when removing stains f... More »

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To treat well water with bleach, use a pump to clear the well of any dirty or cloudy water, and then add chlorine bleach to the well. This bleach is not found in the supermarket and must obtained from a professional who ... More »

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Some ways to treat well water include using a filtration system or using water softeners. Other ways to treat well water include disinfecting it or distilling it. More »

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To bleach well water, turn off and drain the well system, pour chlorine bleach into the well, wash the casing, and flush the pipes. The supplies you need for this overnight process include chlorine bleach and a hose. More »

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Disinfect a water well with chlorine bleach by isolating the water system, preparing the bleach solution, adding the solution to the well, circulating the bleach and flushing the water system. Examine the well before sta... More »

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