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Watersafe WS425W Well Water Test Kit
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- Fast, accurate, easy to use; compare results with EPA recommendations
- Detects 10 contaminants including copper, iron, and lead
- Detects dangerous levels of nitrates/nitrites
- Test for potentially harmful bacteria and the presence of toxins from pesticides or fertilizers
- Identify unsafe levels of chlorine in your water
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The tests that I've done so far have given results that are in line with what we were expecting. The local lab gives some directions that I followed when pulling my water samples. They include the following:
1) Use cold water only.
2) For the bacteria test: let your water run for 5 minutes before you take a sample. Don't take a sample from a swivel faucet (commonly found in kitchens). They told me that it's best to take the water sample from the bathroom faucet or tub.
3) For the lead test: Take your sample at a point where the water has been sitting in the pipes for at least 6 hours. They recommended first thing in the morning, before flushing the toilets, etc.
The instructions included with the test kit were fine, but I would have appreciated something a bit more in depth, like those provided by our local lab. Still, this test is a fraction of what the local lab charges, and at least from what I can see, it appears to be fairly accurate.
I found out that our city water in Columbia, SC had measurable, but not over limit, levels of pesticide contamination.
I bought and used these tests repeatedly, and will probably do so again.
I ordered this from Amazon, comes in the mail, follow the simple instructions and you get your water tested.
- easy to use
- good screen test before spending $300 to get your water tested
- doesn't test for sulfur
- bacteria test doesn't tell you if it's bad or innocuous bacteria
Overall, it's something good to do every once in a while to make sure everything's ok with your water if you own a well or if you're concerned about your water in any way. If you live in a municipality, it might be overkill but if you live in a very old building, it might make sense to get the kit and test for lead in your water.
It's cheap, simple, peace of mind.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son just moved into a new house he built. I wanted to check the water quality before calling out the professionals so that, we would know if we had problems before they came... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Sharon K.
Arrived right on time,the directions were understandable,and easy to follow. I liked the quick test results too!Published 10 days ago by blondegirl
This was a GIANT waste of money. One of the tests was missing, there are no color charts to tell you what you're looking for once the water is in, no instructions. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kellie B
It was simple and easy. Basic test. Follow the instructions. We figure if the test showed any abnormalities we would go the professional route.Published 12 days ago by very addictive, I will have to rate this high. I give it a 5
Worked fine but kit did not include the pesticide test strip. Because that is in a separate package along with the Lead strip, I had already used most of the kit before this was... Read morePublished 14 days ago by cathy feinstein
How can I trust this when it can't even get an accurate pH reading? The test shows a pH of 10. My pH test strips shows pH of 8.Published 16 days ago by Sheng Shao