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Jessica Harless, ABR, SFR. Works with RE/MAX Realty Center in Cypress. She enjoys working Houston Real Estate.

Does Your Ice Taste Bad?

August 25th, 2011

Food can transfer odors and tastes to ice. Even food in the refrigerator compartment can transfer an odor or taste to the freezer causing bad tasting ice.
There are four (4) conditions that can cause an odor or taste in your ice:
  1. Open food containers, or spilled foods
  2. Low ice usage. Old or stale ice will absorb food odors.
  3. Bad water supply. Sulfur, algae, minerals, salt, etc. in the water supply can cause bad tasting water which results in bad tasting ice.
  4. Old water filter. If you have a water filtration system, the filter should be replaced every 6 months or as recommended by the manufacturer.

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