Do They Really Soften Water Without Salt?

Do They Really Soften Water Without Salt?
By Mark Timmons
More from this author

Do They Really Soften Water Without Salt?

I keep telling you NO, salt-free water softeners do not soften water and do not exist, but some people don't want to believe me. At any rate, I am going to keep telling you and today, I will let you prove it to yourself.  Maybe the truth hurts... Anyway, here are but a few companies (with their links) who purport to sell you Water Softeners that Don't Use Salt: Who are these companies?  See if you can find out who owns them.  See if you can find their address.  See if they really do soften water without salt.  How do you do that? We make it simple.  Here is a professional water hardness test kit.  Most service technicians,  water treatment specialists and labs use this same method.  It is a simple 3-step test with directions written clearly on the inside cover. HardnessTestKitTest the Water Yourself and see if your salt free softener really softens the water.  Just Click on the picture to the left to go to the test kit, or you can order on the phone by calling 800-608-USWA.   You can then check your incoming water followed by checking the water through your salt-free softener.  I think you will be shocked to see that the above salt-free softeners do not really soften the water. If I were you, I would be mad.  I'm not you, but it still makes me mad anyway. At US Water Systems, we do sell a salt-free water conditioner, called the Green Wave, but they doesn't soften the water - they only conditions the water so that scale doesn't stick.
September 3, 2014
Comments
mark johan
October 12, 2017 at 11:10 PM
After reading this article I have learned a lot about treating water in my house. I would love to have water that tasted better, and not have to worry about chemicals. I also like the idea of bathing in purer water and leaving my hair, and skin soft. However, I want to know for the filter is good for setup to the under-sink
Mark Timmons
October 16, 2017 at 12:16 PM
Do you have a laboratory water test?