...oh my...cooked some of the fibers..
..how..tragic for them. Boiler was full of mineral
annoying that there are still some critter bits
in the distilled water...but that is expected.
EVERY bottle of store bought distilled water from
half a dozen brands..had tiny critters and bits of
micro life in them.
I suspect that is why all the
distilled water vendors are selling
their distilled water in opaque/semi transparent
...so you cant hold the bottle up to a light and
be amazed at all the particles in there. I can't
think of a better reason for using the opaque
plastic..if the water was truely 'so sparkling clean'
you would want to show it off. That is not what is
happening. Sales are better if you don't let the buyer
see all the particles swimming about in the 'super clean'
water at the store. Maybe they won't be looking all that
closely at the water in their glass either.
One hopes that being boiled for one to five hours..
[depending on exactly when the fibers or 'spores' rode
the vapor out of the boiler] will discourage any
further multiplication..or growth. On the other hand..
maybe they like it hot.
[ Nothing would surprise me
anymore in regard to dealing with this aggressive
and persistent 'crap that grows filaments/fibers'.]