Saltless Water Conditioner Do you suffer from any of the following? 1. Dry skin 2. Dry hair 3. White mineral deposits on showers and bath tubs 4. White film on glasses or silverware 5. Noisy water heaters that make popping or cracking noises 6. Scale build-up inside pipes, appliances, fixtures, shower heads If so, … Continue reading 12 Reasons To Use Saltless Water Conditioner over Conventional Salt-Based Water Softeners
What is the difference between water conditioners, such as the Scale Stopper, and traditional water softeners that use salt? Traditional water softeners use salt brine to exchange hardness calcium minerals with sodium ions. Hardness minerals (calcium and magnesium) are removed from the water so the water is then “soft” or free of hardness minerals. Soft … Continue reading What is The Difference Between Salt-free Water Conditioners and Standard Water Softeners?
Earlier this week a customer wrote to us asking for a whole house filter and salt-free softener system that also removes chlorine. This is certainly possible, but first, let's explore how no-salt water softeners actually work: Salt-free water conditioners work by producing a catalytic reaction to convert calcium and magnesium in water to form calcite … Continue reading No-Salt Water Softeners For The Whole House And Family
Salt-free water conditioners can be a great alternative to water softeners. Though they don't physically remove hardness from your water, they do an excellent job at preventing hardness minerals from forming scale deposits, and they do it without the use of sodium. This means you'll need no post-filtration and will experience no salty tastes nor … Continue reading Salt Free Water Conditioner