|Posted by Jerry Levin on May 19, 19100 at 18:47:29:|
|In response to Re: Copper Plumbing|
: When a pipe is soldered, unless it was a terribly bad job, there is only a small ring of solder in contact with the water and that is covered with a protective patina in a very short period of time. What kind of junk is it? And who told you about it, a filter salesman?
: : : I have been told my copper pipes were soldered with too much junk which is coming out in my water.
: : : Is there some type of solution that can be run through the pipes to clean this junk out?
Do much Flux was used. Can't this cause the copper to corrode and leach into the water?
Can a solution be run thru the pipes to clean it out?
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