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Disappearing water wetter?

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Aug 12, 2001
I just got my watercooling going a couple of days ago. I have about a gallon of water and I put 3 cap fulls of water wetter in there. The water wetter made the water a light pink color. But now the water is clear and I have a closed system with an inline pump, so it couldn't have evaporated. Is this normal or do I need to add more water wetter?
You should still be fine. Alot of plastics will absorb dyes into their surface. My watter-wetter, and my antifreeze did the same thing.

You probably have a purty pink impeller in your pump now :D
Oh boy, my wife will be happy :) Her dream car is a hot pink Testarosa, maybe now she'll settle for a hot pink impeller :D
Add some anti-freeze! It will make the water yellowish-green with a slight hint of pink.:D