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Why does my toilet water turn black?

Black stains on toilets and other plumbing fixture are caused by iron and manganese dissolved in well water. As the water sits in the toilet bowl, dissolved iron and manganese combine with oxygen from the air to form dark oxide compounds that settle out of the water and onto the toilet bowl

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