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Bath Time: Soft Water Vs. Hard Water

soft water can make all the difference. With hard water there is more calcium buildup on bath fixtures causing for more clean up later, something nobody wants to think about while they are relaxing in the tub. In addition, hard water requires the use of more soap for it to lather and get you feeling clean. Last, but not least, a nice long bath in hard water will leave you with dry, itchy skin. The best approach to correcting the issue of hard water  is to install a home water softener.
In addition to enjoying baths with silky smooth water,  a whole house water softener  can help to save money on cleaning supplies and soaps. It has also been proven that water softeners help to improve the efficiency of your water heater – something necessary for taking long, hot baths. In a bathtub or shower, softened water can actually improve the health of your skin and help to resolve skin problems such as eczema. In addition, having soft water in your bathtub will also improve your hair, making it shinier and less dry.  Aside from the benefits of soft water on your skin and hair, soft water is gentler  on your appliances, your clothes and your dishes, adding to their longevity.
If you are new to the idea of a soft water system, don’t be intimated by the vast array of options. There are many reputable water companies  out there that offer free consultations and quotes. Contact an authorized Rayne retailer  near you to learn about your water softener options.   Some water companies even offer exchange tank services   that offer an eco-friendly option with the added convenience of the dealer taking care of everything for you. No matter your need or circumstance a water softener can help with many things, including making that hot bath extra enjoyable.