Originally Posted by lakejumper
You may need to flush out your water heater and check your anode rod if you have one. That is where most of the white stuff comes from. I flush mine at least once a year.
Right, you should drain your water heater and check the anode rod. Very common for the residue from the rod to clog a faucet. I usually drain the WH after every trip and check the rod. Just be careful when you drain the WH that the water is not hot and be sure to bleed off the pressure in the system before you remove the anode rod or you will get an unexpected bath. After you drain the WH use a WH flush rinser/wand that attaches to your hose and do a through job of cleaning it out. When was the last time you did that, if ever? You can get new anode rods from Walmart.com or Amazon.com, you can get the Camco WH rinser/flush wand from just about any online seller like Walmart, Amazon, Ebay, etc. There are a number of YouTube videos on how clean a WH tank.