Jan 10th, '16, 21:21
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your stove top kettle's probably a better steel than the electric kettleitsgoingtorainsoon wrote:There's this metallic taste in the water if i leave the water in the electric kettle overnight. My stove top kettle isn't like this. Is it harmful?
the taste's probably from iron leaching into the water, it is just like how tetsubins can impart hints of metal into water....
Jan 10th, '16, 23:03
Joined: May 27th, '12, 12:47
Location: Boston, MA
puerlife, Yes, baking soda is good for scrubbing away minerals that cling to the kettle. It has had no negative effects for me while getting the job done.