Infographic: Physical versus salt-based water softening/conditioning

Dec. 29, 2015

As the debate continues, we present major differences between the two methods.

Hard water can be an issue depending on geographical and other factors. Softening and conditioning processes can remedy the problem, but the jury is still out on which method is best.

For more on softening and conditioning, read Dr. Joe Cotruvo’s article on hard water or our feature on addressing scale with sustainable solutions.

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