I get a surprising number of inquiries from people asking about t he different uses for ionized water. The industry has done a good job promoting the 2 basic uses for ionized water – 9.5 alkaline for drinking and strong acid water for disinfecting – but I am finding that a lot of water ionizer owners still have questions about the best uses for ionized water at the different pH settings available.
This is a (relatively) brief guide to using ionized water at the settings found on most water ionizers. In the weeks to come I’ll be working on a more in depth water ionizer user guide. For now I hope this helps users out there get the most out of their investment in a water ionizer.
The KYK Genesis has long been one of my favorite water ionizers. After doing their research and reviewing my product comparison charts, more customers end up choosing the KYK Genesis than any other water ionizer.
This is the unbiased truth about the KYK Genesis based on my personal experience and feedback from customers, and how I’ve found this unit to other water ionizers in performance, operation and adjustability.
One of the most common technical support calls I receive is about acid water. Getting alkaline water at a pH of 9.5 or higher is pretty easy. Getting acid water is a different story. If you are buying a water ionizer with the intention of using the acid water settings there are a few things you need to know.
Most water ionizers will produce five types of water: strong acidic water, acidic water, alkaline water, and strong alkaline water and neutral or purified water. Each of these waters can be used in different ways. Several of them can (and are recommended!) for cooking.
Here are some great ways to get the most out of your water ionizer!
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