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Benefits of soft water


Soft water vs Hard water

Hard water is defined as water that has a higher concentration of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium. It typically contains 100 parts per million (ppm) or more of these dissolved minerals. Hard water can cause a variety of problems in the home including staining and scale on dishes, fixtures, and laundry; decreased soap lathering; scale buildup in pipes which can reduce the flow of hot water; spots on glassware after it’s been washed; and even hard-to-treat skin conditions for some people. 


Compared to hard water, soft water is more gentle on your skin and hair, making them softer and shinier.

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Soft water doesn't leave behind any harmful residues, which can damage your appliances over time.


Soft water helps to dissolve soap and detergent more effectively.


You'll save money on your energy bills because you won't have to use as much hot water to achieve the desired results

Say goodbye to limescale build-up!

The benefits of soft water are plentiful. Softened water does not contain the same levels of mineral compounds found in hard water, so there is little to no limescale build-up on appliances such as showers or dishwashers meaning they last longer. Additionally, this lack of scaly deposits means that kettles take around 30% less time to boil when using softened rather than hard tapwater which saves you energy costs over time. Also, softened waters are much kinder to your hair because they help to restore its natural oils resulting in shinier healthier looking locks - something we all want! Last but just important when doing laundry with softening systems you don’t need extra detergents or fabric conditioners–you use half the recommended amount for regular washing machines making it an eco-friendly choice too!

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