Green sediment is growing algae. They can appear in a favorable environment: the location of the pitcher in a warm, sunny place. To prevent this, wash the jug at least every time you replace the filter and store the jug with water in a cool place, the refrigerator. The white precipitate appearing on the lid […]
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Green sediment is growing algae. They can appear in a favorable environment: the location of the pitcher in a warm, sunny place. To prevent this, wash the jug at least every time you replace the filter and store the jug with water in a cool place, the refrigerator.

The white precipitate appearing on the lid and the top of the pitcher is a limescale that precipitates from the water. You will remove the using citric acid.The white precipitate formed due to the use of AquaPro filters is a normal situation, because this filter enriches water into minerals and thus alkalises it. The filter is not intended for softening water, but for alkalinizing and raising the pH.