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 What Is Extra Coarse Water Softening Salt?

Answer Water softeners work on a chemical principle that "hard" water containing calcium and magnesium will easily trade places with sodium in a weak reaction. The hard water might leave white lime deposi... Read More »
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What is a common name for a water softening mineral?

Salt is the common name for a mineral used in water-softening systems. Ion-exchange water-softening systems need sodium ions to remove calcium and magnesium ions from hard water. The sodium ions ... Read More »
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What are the major benefits of salt water pools over chlorinated ones if you suffer from psoriasis and research suggests that it would be better to have a salt water pool?

Answer For one reason, saltwater pools use a special salt to keep your pool clean without the irritating burn of chlorinated pool water that you accidentally get in your eyes sometimes. Another rea... Read More »
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What is the salt to water ratio for salt water fish tanks?

Saltwater aquariums do not use regular salt. They use special marine formulas, and each brand and formula has a different recommendation. There is no easy easy ratio because of so many variables, h... Read More »
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Why is sodium carbonate used for water softening?

Water softeners use sodium to remove mineral deposits from water. Dedicated water softening systems use a separate mechanism, but sodium carbonate added to laundry detergent can soften water in a r... Read More »
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