Water Guard Conditioners practically pay for themselves. You will spend less on soap, detergents, shampoo, cleaning aids and personal-care products because you will use smaller amounts. And you can quit buying packaged water softeners and other additives.
- In washing machines, detergent use can be reduced by 50 percent and energy saved by washing in 60 degree F cold water instead of 100 degree F hot water, achieving the same or better stain removal and whiter clothes compared to results in hard water.
- In dishwashers, areas with very hard water can cut detergent use by more than 50 percent after softening and get the same results.
- Fabric softeners are necessary with hard water to keep your clothing soft, but with soft water, you can reduce your use of fabric softeners or eliminate them altogether.
…one of the few luxuries that pays for itself.
According to Business Insider: At an average cost of $1.22 per gallon, consumers are spending 300 times the cost of tap water to drink bottled water. And Americans spent $11.8 billion dollars on bottled water in 2012, the latest data available from the BMC.