Batteries, steam irons, car radiators, drinking.
No, use only Distilled Water.
when batteries are new never use mixture water but when batteries become old and weak then you need to add mixture water
Yes, you can use DI water or Distilled water but never use tap water.
Obviously drinking water.
always use distilled water
No, only use distilled water.
Sea water is unfit for drinking because it is too much salty and is not pure for drinking
yes! Distilled water is what you should use. Never use tap water.
drinking water and rain water
By drinking out of water bottles and out of a water fountain.
By drinking it
No, you don't ever change battery water. Batteries have hydrochloric acid in them, not water, even though you use water to top them off. Do not mess with the acid in your battery. You should always use distilled water to fill your batteries.
PVC pipes do not corrode, hence these are used for drinking water supply.
Most people were drinking beer but John was drinking water.
That is exactly what you are supposed to use in a battery. It is commonly called distilled water. Use nothing else.
Mine is OK. Check with your municipality. do like I do, use a Britta filter for drinking water and water used for cooking.
How do I go about testing drinking water before buying a new house? Is there a kit I can use on the water myself or must I hire a professional service?
Use only distilled water.
you can get drinking water from a drinking fountain
batteries contains materials that are toxic, or poison to humans and animals. the chemicals can contaminate landfills, which gets into the soil or in water.
Drinking water that you can buy from the store is fine or you can use tap water (if it is not harmful when you drink it) and use water conditioner.