Hard Water Solutions

3 Tips to Ensure Better Aqua

By Kurt Anderson
Published: November 8, 2010
Water truly is the stuff of life, but for cabin owners with hard, or mineral-rich, water, it can also be the stuff of endless frustration. Hard water, defined as water with elevated levels of calcium and magnesium, interferes with the generation of suds during cleaning, causes scaling in water heaters and other appliances, and leaves unsightly white splotches on otherwise clean dishes. If your cabin sink or toilet has orange-brown staining, it’s a good bet you also have an iron problem.

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