You’re undoubtedly aware of the terms “hard” and “soft water,” but how much consideration have you given to what makes water hard or soft? If you’ve never had access to soft water, you’ll want to check this out. You’ll be able to quench your desire for soft water after learning about the distinctions between the two.
Water’s natural minerals make it tough. Calcium, magnesium, potassium, salt, and potassium are just a few examples of the minerals that give water “harden.” While the flavour of water is difficult to detect with your taste buds, it wreaks havoc on your hair, skin, and appliances. How? The minerals are deposited on these surfaces, leaving your skin and hair dry and brittle while also creating chalky hard mineral deposits in your plumbing, water fixtures, sinks, showers, and tubs. Hard-water appliances need to be replaced more frequently as a consequence of the minerals; water fixtures and other surfaces require thorough cleaning far more often and with greater effort.
Before it reaches your plumbing, traditional water softeners use salt to fully remove the minerals from the water. The water becomes “slippery” as a result of this process, so soaps, shampoos, and detergents may produce extra bubbles. These softeners require electricity, require maintenance, and need to be replenished on a regular basis.
Salt-Free Water Softener is a unique water softener. Instead of removing useful minerals (like calcium), it conditions the water by employing a method that prevents minerals from bonding to surfaces. What are the benefits?
- Water that is as soft as milk, yet non-slippery to the touch
- Skin and hair are notably smoother.
- Mineral scale on plumbing fixtures and equipment has significantly decreased.
- Doesn’t need to be salted or electricity instead.
- Mineral-rich water that is good for us.
Our salt-free water softener is the only one that has been certified to be 99.6 per cent effective. It does not waste water and may be placed inside or outside.