Why is my water cloudy (or milky)?
"Cloudy water" is usually caused by the release of dissolved air from water. This is quite common and harmless. When watched closely, the dissolved air (cloudiness) slowly travels upward, out of solution. Cloudiness can also be caused when natural minerals in water come out of solution.

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1. How do I get the lead out of my water?
2. Why does the City add fluoride to my water?
3. Why are there white spots in my coffee pot(s)?
4. Why is my water cloudy (or milky)?
5. Why do you add chlorine to drinking water?
6. Why is my water rusty?