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Water Softener Salt

The salt used in the brine tank of a water softener does not directly soften the water, but is used to regenerate the resin beads in your water softener. These actually soften the water from your well by removing the hard water ions, calcium, magnesium and iron.

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Water softener salt is a type of salt that is used in water softening systems to remove minerals that cause water to be “hard.” Hard water is water that contains high levels of minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, which can cause scale buildup in pipes, water heaters, and other water-using appliances. Water softeners work by removing these minerals from the water through a process called ion exchange, which involves replacing the hard minerals with softer ones, such as sodium or potassium. Water softener salt is used as the source of these softer minerals. It is typically available in two forms: rock salt and solar salt. Rock salt is mined from underground deposits and is the most common type of water softener salt. Solar salt is produced by evaporating seawater and is a more expensive but higher-purity option. Both types of salt are effective at removing hard minerals from water and are suitable for use in water softening systems.


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