Comparing the Three Best Bottles for Storing Ionized Water
Every Person Who Owns a Water Ionizer Should Know How to Store Ionized Water!
The problem with storing ionized water is that the ORP and pH are subject to decline over time when it’s stored. The tiny, negatively-charged electrons can even escape through the walls of solid containers [especially plastic]. But if you have the right container and know how to store it, you’ll have excellent ionized water all day long even at work! As a matter of fact, in the video, below, you can see that the…
Vacuum Stainless Bottle Preserves Ionized Water the BEST!
[After 20 hours the ionized water was still 10 pH and -750 ORP!]
Everyone who spends the money and time to get the best ionized water will be faced with the question of how to store it properly. This blog post shows you the answer. One needs to learn how [and use the right bottle] to store ionized water so as to Preserve the pH and ORP!
My original prediction was that all three bottles would be tied for “ best method for storing ionized water“. However after today’s video-testing [see both short videos, below] I can see that the double-insulated, vacuum-sealed, food-grade stainless bottle was the best bottle in every way!
|Original Ionized Water from Athena Water Ionizer at Level-3||
|Glass Bottle: After 20 Hours of Storage||
|Mason Jar: After 20 Hours of Storage||
|Stainless Vacuum Bottle: After 20 Hours of Storage||
Vacuum stainless bottles are also:
- Easiest to use!
- Best storage of ORP!
- No mess/ no fuss!
- Easiest to carry around!
- Unfortunately they are not the cheapest, but [when you buy your water ionizer from me you can get a set of 5 colorful bottles free if you copy/paste this quote into the comments section of the order form]. I also am offering a ridiculously low price for these great bottles right now anyway.
For the purposes of the discount, a “water ionizer” is an electrical ionizing device. The discount wouldn’t be usable on a portable “water ionizer pitcher”.
If you have a water ionizer and don’t know how to store ionized water…
…it’s like having a car and not knowing how to drive it on the highway! You’d be getting great benefits, but still missing a whole lot!
If you watch the videos you can see how all three bottles did in the testing. Interestingly enough the blue glass bottle didn’t do so well, and I’m not sure why. I had predicted that it would be equal to the others. I didn’t predict that the stainless bottle would be best, but I’m happy it is because it’s the easiest one to use and I like the looks of it most.
Here are the videos:
There are also other qualities about these sports water bottles, such as: they won’t let any sunlight in and will keep the temperature of the water the exact same [hot, medium or cold] as it was when you put it in… for 24 hours.
I’ve looked everywhere and you cannot get these bottles in stores. I have also tested all kinds of bottles [see earlier posts…some are listed below] and the Stainless Steel Sports Vacuum Bottle outshines all the others by a mile! So, don’t delay…
If you are a water ionizer customer or owner, you should definitely get your set of stainless steel water bottles today!
There’s another thing you need to know about storing ionized water: that is how to fill the bottles in such a way that there is no air-bubble left inside. You can see more about that in these older posts.
My background is in physiology, teaching, nutrition and weight loss. I have raised 5 children who are all grown now. I have a masters degree in education and was a teacher/principal for 24 years. I created Alkaline Water Plus in 2009 to educate people about the benefits of ionized water.
The very best thing I have ever purchased is a WATER IONIZER, and I've been in perfect health ever since I started drinking ionized water 25 years ago!
Cathie LoGrasso Owner, Alkaline Water Plus
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