After a recent discussion i have decided to switch from plastic bpa free to Kleen Kanteen. But i notice a metal taste. Does anyone know if that will go away in time?
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Only after you have all your mercury |
Posted by: ezwater on Jul-03-13 6:55 PM (EST)
fillings replaced with epoxy, at a cost of a million a replacement.
Posted by: thirstyturtle on Jul-03-13 8:10 PM (EST)
not very encouraging news
Posted by: shiraz627 on Jul-03-13 8:58 PM (EST)
metal taste in the ones I have. I assume you washed them out with soap and water before use?
Posted by: nckayaker on Jul-04-13 8:47 AM (EST)
Wash bottle with soap and water and then use filtered water to mix a half water half vinegar solution and let sit in bottle overnight, then rinse, baking soda solution may also work. After drinking thru plastic for so many years of our lives we aquire that taste and may just take a little time to get used to the stainless,my Guyot bottles are great (wide mouth) just a bit heavy but industructable
Posted by: ShadyClip on Jul-04-13 12:47 PM (EST)
I have both BPA free bottles and stainless steel bottles, including one large Kleen Canteen one. I find my plastic bottles always taste a bit off (cheaper quality plastic ones taste horrible while the more expensive brand ones taste a bit chemical) while my stainless steel bottles always taste just like water.
I'm older than near all of you, and |
Posted by: ezwater on Jul-04-13 4:43 PM (EST)
after the good old days when we drank out of any stream or lake reasonably far from MacDonalds, we have used any light, sturdy plastic container to carry drinking water, and we have no BPA (or whatever) disorders whatsoever.
I often use a|
Posted by: rpg51 on Jul-04-13 6:06 PM (EST)
used plastic soda bottle or juice bottle. So far so good.
Posted by: gnarlydog on Jul-04-13 9:58 PM (EST)
"and we have no BPA (or whatever) disorders whatsoever"
Is metallic taste an objective . . . |
Posted by: Glenn_MacGrady on Jul-04-13 10:10 PM (EST)
. . . or subjective sensation. Without knowing that, I have no opinion on the OP's precise question.
No metal taste for me either. Did you |
Posted by: suntan on Jul-04-13 10:49 PM (EST)