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Readers Diane and Grant Woodside have well water at their dock and wondered if this would impact the water-tank treatment aboard their Pacific Seacraft 37, Sablier.

Mailport: September 2015

Well Water in Tanks

In regard to your July 2015 article, “Keeping Water Clean and Fresh”: We have well water at our dock, and the water tanks in our boat are integral to the hull. How does this impact the process for cleaning and sanitizing?

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