A Complete Information About Water Softener

Drinking water softener is safe for both you and your family; your decision to drink softened water, or not, should be based solely on whether on not you like the taste! We’ve put together this guide to help you make an informed choice on whether or not to drink water softener.

What Is A Water Softener?

Water softeners have a separate brine tank that uses common salt to create this brine solution. In normal operation, hard water moves into the mineral tank and the calcium and magnesium ions move to the beads, replacing sodium ions. The sodium ions go into the water.

What Is Hardness In Water?

Hard water contains high concentrations of minerals, namely calcium and magnesium. Because of their chemical structure, both calcium and magnesium bond easily with other types of metals. Over time these bonds build up into something you can actually see, for example, the crusty residue on your shower head!

Is it safe to drink from a water softener?

While many consumers use a water softener so they can enjoy the benefits of softwater, there is some confusion about whether it is safe to drink. Some consumers are concerned that drinking softened water will increase the level of sodium in their diet.

It is a recommendation that it will not be use for baby feed preparation, particularly for those six weeks and under. Take a look at the baby feed instructions for advice.

What’s the alternative to drinking softened water?

We understand that drinking softened water isn’t for everybody and therefore we can install a benchtop water cooler as an alternative for a water softener.

We care that you care

The well-being and happiness of our customers are our top priority. Throughout the history of our company, Awesome water filter kept one thing true: if our customers are concerned about something, we make it our concern too. Our informed approach to provide clean, pure, drinking filtered water comes from the expertise gained by having servicing in years in this industry.


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