As scientific evidence can prove, the quality of drinking water in some households is not as optimal as it should be. In this article you will learn how to check the quality of drinking water for your baby with a tap water test.
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How good is the quality of drinking water really?
Fresh drinking water from the tap can be drunk without hesitation, especially in Germany. In addition, water is one of the foods that can be controlled best and most thoroughly. Drinking water providers are also subject to an inspection obligation, according to which the water must be put under the microscope under strict specifications and standards.
However, for most producers, this duty ends at the property line. In other words, it is the homeowner who is responsible for the quality of the tap water in your household, not the drinking water supplier. He must ensure that there is clean drinking water in the household. This is exactly where the problem lies. Because often households cannot provide the high-quality tap water that numerous manufacturers advertise.
With a baby tap water test, you can check the quality of your drinking water and determine whether your baby can safely drink tap water. It’s easy and convenient.
Why do I need a tap water test for my baby?
The company IVARIO is concerned with the quality of drinking water in Germany and can say after years of experience that in some households often no optimal water quality can be found.
From this problem an innovation has developed. IVARIO offers tap water tests with which you can check the quality of your drinking water. Detailed instructions show you step by step how to perform the test. With a prepaid return envelope you can easily send the sample to the laboratory. There, the quality of your tap water will be tested using the latest methods and analysis techniques.
Why a water test is particularly important for your baby
In principle, clean, high-quality tap water is important for everyone. But especially for babies. In the early stages of growth, babies are very sensitive to external influences and therefore also to small impurities that can be found in the drinking water.
Unfortunately, the usual boiling of the water does not help here. At least not completely. Heavy metals such as lead or copper remain in the water. Depending on the lime content of the water, it is recommended to boil the water for about 2 to 5 minutes. In the worst case, contaminated water can cause health or even mental problems.
With these tips you can ensure clean drinking water and avoid contamination: