Large amounts of magnesium, calcium, and iron in your water can be detrimental to your plumbing, fixtures, skin, hair, dishes, and clothes. Hard Water Problems. The water softener system will save you money in many ways. From reducing the amount of soaps and detergents that are needed for household cleaning and doing laundry. To the need for costly plumbing repairs and replacement of fixtures. At the same time providing your family cleaner, better tasting water, which helps to keep your skin soft and smooth while your hair stays silky and light.
Laundering & Hard Water
Clothes washed in hard water often look dingy and feel harsh. The hardness minerals combine with some soils to form insoluble salts, making them difficult to remove. Continuous laundering in hard water can damage fibers and shorten the life of clothes by up to 40 percent.
Bathing & Hard Water
Bathing with soap in hard water leaves a film of sticky soap residue on the skin. Take a long hard look at your bathtub after a bath, that ring you see around the tub is the same soap residue left on your skin. Soap residue interferes with the return of skin to its normal, slightly acid condition, and may lead to irritation. Soap residue on hair may make it dull, lifeless and difficult to manage.