Has anyone purchased the subject water conditioner? It does not use
salt, easy to install, and only costs $12 a year to run. The list goes on.
On their website, it sounds like something to separate people from their
money, but I decided to toss it out there for your comments.
Bogus. The company's own description of how it "works" makes no sense,
scientifically. It's dressed up in a lot of scientific-sounding nonsense that
might fool people who have never had even a high-school class in chemistry.
As one of my favorite authors says: "TANSTAAFL - There Ain't No Such Thing As A
There are two known ways of softening water, when softening is defined by
removing calcium and magnesium ions: An ion exchange system (otherwise known as
a device that has a salt tank) and a reverse osmosis system (which uses
electricity and a semi-permeable membrane.
Anyone selling magnets or other devices that "align the molecules" is selling
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