Flask on the left is soap test performed with soft water, flask on the right is the result with hard water
On the other hand, if your water is cloudy and doesn’t have a thick layer of suds on the top, you have a hard water problem. What occurred during this test occurs on a larger scale in your washing machine.
Now that you’ve confirmed you have hard water, you’ll want to call a water treatment professional to determine the exact hardness of your water. He or she will also test for contaminants which may be resulting in other water problems throughout your house.
Third-party research and tests prove soft water’s effectiveness on laundry. With soft water you’ll likely notice other benefits around your house, including:
- Less soap scum in bathrooms
- Cleaner, less-slimy feeling hair
- Softer, less-dry skin
- Longer lasting appliances
- More efficient dishwashing sessions
Stop replacing your wardrobe so often and learn more about the difference between hard and soft water. Give us a call to discuss options tailored to your specific needs.
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Blog courtesy of Water Right Group.