The presence of white deposits in your water cup/bottle is a common occurrence and not a cause for concern. These deposits result from the accumulation of positive mineral ions during the ionization process in alkaline water. Upon reacting with carbon dioxide in the air, a thin layer of residue forms on the surfaces of glasses and containers. Comparing sealed and open containers reveals more deposits in the latter.
A slightly cloudy appearance in your water is often a positive indicator, signaling the presence of dissolved oxygen. However, if you observe white particles settling in freshly drawn alkaline water, it suggests limescale deposits inside of your machine. To address this, it's recommended to clean your machine more frequently following our cleaning guidelines.
The white substance in alkaline water is likely mineral deposits, primarily composed of calcium and magnesium. These less soluble minerals precipitate during water ionization, appearing as white particles or sediment. Electrolysis in alkaline water machines can contribute to mineral accumulation inside of the machine. Regular cleaning is crucial to preventing this buildup and maintaining water quality. For persistent issues or concerns, please contact our support team.