Water Is Put Into The Flask?
Good morning, punten permission to ask. Why is the white water put in the iron flask inside the water after it has been released, the water becomes white, rather turbid, as it was before it was put in, is it dangerous? Thank you very much 🙂
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Water that is put into a flask of good quality, will not change its characteristics, be it color, odor, thickness, acidity, or taste. A good thermos can actually maintain the temperature of the water as when it was inserted for a certain period of time.
So if you experience changes in the characteristics of the water after you put it in a flask, or any other container that is in its shape, you should not consume water and no longer use the flask for future use. This is because a lot can happen, such as a leaky flask, the flask has not been cleaned properly, contaminated with dangerous substances, and so forth. Because we can't find out for sure without checking it, it's better not to use it at all.
In essence, we repeat once again, a good container must meet the requirements not to change the characteristics of the water, make sure the container is really clean, and if the building material is plastic, be sure not to use hazardous plastic for food and beverage containers. So, hopefully answering your question.