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TRIPLE QX De-Ionised Water 5Ltr £1.60 Eurocarparts

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#1
good stuff for the iron, slowly slowly also malted all the limescale that was in the chamber. So, if it is the case, always steam and wipe at the beginning, before ironing, for sometime to come until you will not see any scum anymore.
#2
Great if you custom water cool your pc. This with silver coil and some biocide is all you need.
#3
I think this is what comes out of my dehumidifier.
#4
beansy
I think this is what comes out of my dehumidifier.


no it's not
#5
for the experts because I am an ignorant and cannot find an answer in google :
distilled water does not as all minerals are taken out and should last for ever in his original form, what about the de-ionised?? if I buy a quantity would at a certain point start to reverse the ionization process or will stay as good as it is for ever??

Edited By: bobo53 on Aug 27, 2016 11:21
#6
adamspencer95
beansy
I think this is what comes out of my dehumidifier.
no it's not
what about a tumble dryer with a collection water tank? that must be same as distilled water, correct??
#7
bobo53
for the experts because I am an ignorant and cannot find an answer in google :
distilled water does not as all minerals are taken out and should last for ever in his original form, what about the de-ionised?? if I buy a quantity would at a certain point start to reverse the ionization process or will stay as good as it is for ever??


no, distilled and de-ionized water are completely different.

distilled is the removal of sediment and minerals.

de-ionized is the removal of 'ions' within the water which is usually achieved through ion transfer.

de-ionized water can also distilled, but distilled is not de-ionized.

de-ionized water will NOT conduct electricity.

Edited By: adamspencer95 on Aug 27, 2016 13:30: correction
#8
adamspencer95
bobo53
for the experts because I am an ignorant and cannot find an answer in google :
distilled water does not as all minerals are taken out and should last for ever in his original form, what about the de-ionised?? if I buy a quantity would at a certain point start to reverse the ionization process or will stay as good as it is for ever??
no, distilled and de-ionized water are completely different.
distilled is the removal of sediment and minerals.
de-ionized is the removal of 'ions' within the water which is usually achieved through ion transfer.
de-ionized water can also distilled, but distilled is not de-ionized.
de-ionized water will NOT conduct electricity.

thank you for the time you spent to explain but my question was:
can the deionised water process revert making it useless after a period?? useful to know in case I want to buy a lot



Edited By: bobo53 on Aug 27, 2016 14:44: dd
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bobo53
adamspencer95
bobo53
for the experts because I am an ignorant and cannot find an answer in google :
distilled water does not as all minerals are taken out and should last for ever in his original form, what about the de-ionised?? if I buy a quantity would at a certain point start to reverse the ionization process or will stay as good as it is for ever??
no, distilled and de-ionized water are completely different.
distilled is the removal of sediment and minerals.
de-ionized is the removal of 'ions' within the water which is usually achieved through ion transfer.
de-ionized water can also distilled, but distilled is not de-ionized.
de-ionized water will NOT conduct electricity.

thank you for the time you spent to explain but my question was:
can the deionised water process revert making it useless after a period?? useful to know in case I want to buy a lot




yes, water will collect ions pretty readily if in contact with metals.

storing it (and not opening it) shouldnt be a problem though

Edited By: adamspencer95 on Aug 27, 2016 15:08: add info

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