Recently I came across a product called a water descaler. A water descaler is much like a typical water softener, except you don't have to use salt. Most people have an opinion of whether they like the feel or film that soft water can leave when you are showering. The best thing about water descalers (in my opinion) is that you get the results of soft water with the water actually being technically soft. So, you get no lime scale and no water scale, but you don't have to have soft water. I found that the descaler would also save me a lot of money in the long run. Appliances and house products like my fridge, ice maker, toilet, sinks, faucets, and dishwasher were going to be free of water scale as well. I also noticed there was a huge difference on my sinks and I didn't have the white film that you typically get from water scale.
I decided to install a water descaler at my house to try and prevent lime and water scale. If you are not familiar with water descalers, they are like water softeners but don't require salt. The products hook up to your water line and electronically change the makeup of the water. This electronic change helps to prevent water scale. Here is my review of the water descaler I installed.
During a two month period in the late summer, I installed a Scaleblaster in my home in Central Nebraska. We also have a lake house where we installed another descaler call Nuvo H20. We were having issues with water scale and a softener had never been installed. In both cases the descaling products worked great. In addition, they were the same price as a water softener and I didn't have to use salt going forward. I would recommend both the Scaleblaster or Nuvo H20.
In the past couple years I have really been searching hard to find unique products to sell online. Everyone thinks about starting an online store that has shoes, clothes, or hats but at the end of the day it is extremely hard to get noticed selling those types of products. I started looking around at people's houses when I was there trying to find unique products that would be a good fit to sell online. I also started looking for random products at big box stores that I thought would be tough to find online. After a bit of searching I found a couple different lines of products that I thought were really interesting but still had a consumer appeal. I found a line of products called saltless water softeners. Basically they make your water soft without having to use salt. I have narrowed my search down to a few products but my favorite so far is the nuvoh2o. The Nuvoh2o uses citrus and gets really good reviews online.
There is a new line of water softener out there called a water descaler. This new line of softeners are also called salt free water softeners and ionic water softeners. In all reality they are not actually water softeners but they do have many of the benefits of a water softener. People like water softeners for a couple different reasons. Some like the feel of a water softener when you take a shower. When you have a water softener at your house and you take a shower, sometimes it feels like you can't get the soap off your body. Some people absolutely love the feeling and others do not. Other people install a water softener because they do not like water scale. Water scale can ruin appliances and leave a film on your sink or shower. There are a lot of great salt less water softeners on the market including Scaleblaster, nuvoh2o, and MineralPure.
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