of Hard Water
When you wash clothes in hard water they can ften look dull &
feel scratchy. The water's minerals will combine with the salts
of soils. This is really hard to remove. Soil on clothes can often
lead to more hard inducing minerals into the water. Laundering
in hard water can reduce the life span of clothers by upto 40%
. In hard water, a detergent's effectiveness is hurt and more
detergent is required.
Washing Machines can also be problematic. Inside the washing machine
a buildup of limescale on the heating element will cause the washing
machine to fail. This can also be problematic on drums, pipes
and hoses.Such buildup will cause the premature breakdown of your
machine and can lead to flooding.
Limescale starts building up and damaging appliances
from the very first use.
in 10 irons sold is returned within 1 year.
65% of these are due to limescale damage.
will notice that bathing with soap in hard water often leaves
a solid scummy soap solution on the skin. This film can reduce
ones ability to remove bacteria and dirt. Soap scum may also
lead to irritation. It can also make your hair dull, dry and
difficult to manage.
Hard water also makes
it difficult for appliances to operate effectively. Heated hard
water forms a scale of calcium and magnesium minerals (limescale
deposits) causing pipes to block with scale, reducing water
flow and ultimately leading to pipe replacement. Limescale can
increase your energy bill by upto 25%Limescale in Solar Heating
Solar heating, is
particularly susceptible to limescale build up. This can be
particularly irritating in swimming pools that rely on solar
energy. A low cost solution is to use an eddy descaler before
the pump. This will prevent and remove limescale build-up.
an Eddy to reduce hard water problems
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| What Makes Water Hard? | Is Hard Water
Bad For You? | How You Can Know If You
Have Hard Water
Limescale | Effects
of Limescale | Effects of Hard Water
| Various Methods Of Water Treatment | A
Quick Guide to Common Water Treatment Devices | Benefits
of a Limescale-Free House