Any particular vendors that I should either be or (not be) talking to???
Recommendations or complaints??
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Leave one indoor faucet, and most of your outdoor faucets, on hard water. Soft
water isn't good for plants, whether houseplants or a lawn. Many people don't
like the taste of soft water, either, and people on sodium-restricted diets
should not drink soft water, so the cold side of the kitchen sink is a good
choice for the indoor hard water faucet. Not a bad idea to have one outdoor
faucet, next to the driveway, on soft water for washing your car.
Doug Miller (alphageek-at-milmac-dot-com)
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