HOW IT WORKS
Does the ionizer get rid of the fluoride in tap water?
Thank you for the great question!
The short answer: yes, it does!
There are two wires in the electrolysis container: positive anode (the dark one) and negative cathode (the light one), which are connected to a source of a direct current.
Positive anode attracts all the negative ions in your tap water, and we receive acidic water. Negative cathode attracts positive ions, and we receive alkaline water.
Fluoride is a negatively charged ion and it accumulates near positive anode and goes to the container with acidic water.