What is Fiji Water pH level?
Today, we’re going to test the pH level of Fiji Water.
To do so, we need some pH drops that react with the water content and change its color.
If Fiji Water turns yellow, orange, or red, it is an indicator that the water is acidic.
However, if the water turns blue, light purple, or dark purple - the water is alkaline, and that’s what we want to see.
As you can see, Fiji Water stands somewhere between 7 and 8 on the pH scale.
But, there’s one more thing I like to do just to check if the water is really alkaline.
Now, I’m going to blow some air into the water to see if it can really hold the alkalinity, or it will turn acidic.
If the water stays the same color, then we’re all good! However, if it changes the color, it’s an indicator that the water has artificial minerals, or better say - artificial alkalinity.
The color did change slightly, and now it stands around 7, which makes sense since Fiji Water is the spring water, and it is usually balanced.
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