Why is my water sometimes cloudy white?
When you fill a glass with water, it may sometimes appear cloudy white, initially. As it sits in the glass undisturbed, the cloudiness appears to rise to the top and eventually disappear. This cloudiness is the result of the presence of air dissolved in the water. The air is released in the form of tiny air bubbles which appear white in color. As the air dissipates, the cloudiness goes away. This may happen with either the hot or cold water in your home and is harmless.

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1. Who do I call for a water billing problem?
2. Why is my water bill going up?
3. How can I determine if I have a water leak?
4. How can I determine if my water meter is accurate?
5. Why is my water dirty sometimes?
6. Why is my water sometimes cloudy white?
7. Is my water safe to drink?
8. Is there bacteria in the water?
9. Should I have my water tested?
10. Is lead a problem in my water?
11. How much sodium is in my water?
12. Is my water hard or soft?
13. What chemicals are added to the water?
14. Why is fluoride added to the water?
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