Originally Posted by Sniperhank
It's ok stuff, as it is over filtered ocean water, but you can save a ton of cash by mixing it yourself.
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living in So. Ca
. I'm lucky that one of the main suppliers of ocean water is a few miles away on the coast and the cost of the water is cheap, .45/gallon at the LFS
I get it at, .50 at another.
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That is about .10 cheaper per gallon than if I mixed it myself.
I've been using it for about 16 months now and no issues at all that are related to the water itself.
Living in a state in the midst of a severe drought that has started to implement water conservation measures, in good conscious I can not see the point in using a RO
system considering the waste involved when there is an economical and easy solution locally available.
It just strikes me as being environmentally irresponsible.
for folks in other states, something to consider as fresh water reserves become less or are bought up by Nestle.
here is the analysis of the water for any interested;
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