How to Soften Hard Water Naturally
If you’ve ever lived in an area with hard water, then you know how difficult it can be to get clean. Hard water is bad for your appliances and it’s tough to wash clothes when the lather won’t form. Luckily, there are a few ways that you can soften your water naturally. If this sounds like something that would interest you, read on!
This blog post will give some ideas about how to soften hard water using natural products and how those options compare to buying expensive equipment from the store.
4 Ways to Soften Hard Water naturally
The first option is a bit of vinegar in the rinse cycle. The acidity may be too harsh for some fabrics, but it can help strip away soap residue and prevent build up on your machine’s internal components. This will also work right away, so you don’t have to wait around!
Use of Baking Soda to Remove Hardness of Water
This method does not remove the complete hardness of water but is quite effective to be used for cooking and washing purposes. Cooking food in hard water gives a rubbery texture to the food which makes it unchewable and it also destroys the taste of food.
So, adding a small amount of baking soda to a food while being cooked in hard water will remove the hardness to some extent and will improve the texture and taste of food
the third option is using baking soda in your wash cycle instead of detergent or as an addition to your detergent for extra cleaning power! It may leave behind tiny bubbles on fabrics
Installation of Ion Exchange Filters Containing Softening Salts
The best way to soften hard water naturally is by installing an ion exchange softener in your incoming pipe line or storage tank. You may also want
Install an ion exchange softener for your entire water supply, if you can afford the expense. This will make your water soft and usable for everything, including clothes that typically need to be washed separately from hard water because of how terrible it is for them
Softeners are ideal for hard water rated medium to very hard. Price varies depending on the product and region but softening systems generally range from $500-$1500.
If you want to soften your hard water naturally, there are a few methods that will help do the trick. Below we’ve listed some of our favorite ways, and what makes them so great. Do you know any other natural ways to soften hardness in your drinking water? Let us know! Comment below with your best tips or tricks for softening up the hardness of your tap water without having to go out and spend tons on expensive appliances (which is almost never necessary).