It's snake oil. I heard one of their ads on the radio yesterday -- said that
it "leaves the beneficial calcium and magnesium ions in the water".
Well, if it does that, it's not softening the water. By definition. Water that
contains calcium and magnesium ions is hard water. Not soft water.
Well, where I am in upstate NY our water is off the chart hard when not
softened. Tastes great, so at least that's a plus. We take the softened
water from the sink and run it through a fridge filter and drink that. We
first tried to not soften the cold water, and then the minerals built up in
the pipes and we had to replace them. So...filtering is better and easier
and cheaper. 25 years of experience is quite valuable!
You know if you put a coil of wire around your dick, when you piss it
will come out as pure soft urine. What that means is that your dick
will be soft when the urine comes out. Better yet, if you connect
this coil to an high voltage electrical source, you'll never piss
again. Just think how handy that would be when you go out drinking.
Odd imagination you have! I don't normally talk to strangers about my
dick, much less winding wires around it and adding high voltage! But
what ever makes you happy. :~\ And to clarify my clarification, I never
said the thing works, just clarified the wording.
Well, here's your big chance to talk about your dick in front of an
audience of total strangers. Why not talk about it. Lots of
comedians have. Some non-comedians too. Somepeople even spend big
money to discuss it with a psychiatrist. Just think, it's absolutely
free on here. As far as the coil of wire, that's an accessory. You
never know what sort of thing you can create till you try. For
example, you could connect the wire to the ignition coil in your car.
Just think how exciting that would be.
So, come on, let it all out. Tell us all about your dick, and what
makes it sparkle and shine. You might even get some woman on here to
get so excited she'll meet you for a good time. Or maybe you'd prefer
another man. Now a days one never knows what trips the old pecker
into action. But whatever you choose, the more you talk about the
better your chance to get some action with someone else, and that
could be the royal opportunity to test out some high voltage coils.
So, what about your dick??????
I bet you're dying to tell all of us......
Yes it works. We have the water from Hell. Eats up gaskets, diaphragms in
water valves. Plugs up the flushing ring holes on toilets. Plugs up washer
inlet hose screens and faucet screens. Corrodes sink faucets so bad the
must be ground off with grinder as mounting nuts will not budge. Ruins water
heaters, some only last 3 years. Privet water company serves (guessing)
maybe 2000 customers. Sends out list required by state water board every
year. On list it said if you have an immune problem DO NOT drink the water.
How do they get away with this? Eats the paint off of swamp coolers and
goes to rust in 2 years. I have taken cooler apart and had it sand blasted
and powder coated twice. Went 3 years each time. Has ruined most all of the
valves and controls on our hot water heating system. So we use a Osmosis set
up for cooking and drinking water. So I bit the bullet and bought one for
whole house water and one for the heating system. In service about 60 days.
Now toilets flush good, don't have that ring in toilet bowl every day that
was hard to clean. It is NOT a water softener, it suspends the minerals in
the water so they will not stick to things. They are not inexpensive, easy
to install . Now I can have the heating system repaired (replacing all the
bad parts). Getting rid of the swamp cooler and putting in refrigerated air
conditioner. Our tap water was running 480PPM and now shows 273 PPM. The
osmosis water is Zero PPM. I have no interest in the company and I also
thought "snake oil" . But with their 90 day trial with full money back if
not happy I thought I would try it. WW
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