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zo1 02-11-2010 5:24 AM

We need to add a softner to the water at the lake and I am going to do a UV treat as well. Anyone have either and any specific brand they reco?

aarond0083 02-11-2010 8:23 AM

We have a WaterBoss Model 900. I wouldn't take nothing for it. We have a lot of iron in our water so it's a must have for us. I've had it for over a year with zero problems. I always keep it full of salt pellets and usually dump a 40 lb. bag in a month. <BR> <BR>Purchased mine at Ace Hardware.

zo1 02-11-2010 8:48 AM

I'll check them out, thanks.

wakecumberland 02-11-2010 1:11 PM

Anyone know anything about a softner called Easywater? No salt pellets?

zo1 02-11-2010 1:12 PM

I looked into that a bit today... <BR> <BR>Skeptical, for sure, interested to hear what others have to say...

hunter660 02-11-2010 3:03 PM

It's good enough for Hannity. Or at least he endorses them.

zo1 02-11-2010 3:08 PM

I did a little more checking and they seem to be bogus from what I can tell. <BR> <BR>Makes sense to me as the theories were referencing how electric wavelengths could properly penetrate a conductive container (pipe). farraday's cage it is called...

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