Caring for your
new water ionizer is surprisingly easy. Most of our water ionizers are
built to perform automatic self cleaning, but we must understand
that this is not enough. It doesn't matter all the fancy new
technology touted by various models. They can all clog up after
time with calcium. Manual cleaning is critical. Some ionizers
such as the IE-900, in addition to its automatic cleaning cycle
after every use will still prompt you to perform a manual clean
almost weekly. Manual cleaning simply means that you make the
acid water instead of alkaline water. Allow acid water to run
through your machine for 5 to 10 minutes every week at a
slow flow rate. You can collect this acid water and use it
If you own a Toyo type water ionizer for a long
time you might want to avail yourself to our professional
cleaning service. We have restored machines such as Pure Port II
to "like new" condition saving the owner the need to purchase
new water ionizer. To lean more about this click on
You should also
replace your cartridge filter at least once a year. This
guideline will guard against bacteria growth. Again it doesn't
matter how incredible and miraculous the different manufacturers
say their filter cartridges are. The bacteria don't seem to care
about their claims and will set up home in your filter after a
while. If you are going to be away from home for more than two
weeks, you can put your filter in the freezer until you get
back. This will also retard any bacteria growth.
Keep your water
ionizer dry. You should not keep your filter in the bath room or
any where humid. It could cause you electronics to malfunction.
In the kitchen is the best place.
If you follow
these guidelines you should have your machine working flawlessly
for many years.
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