In the Bathroom: Your soap and shampoo will lather better. Your hair and skin will feel noticeably cleaner, softer, and not as dry. Additionally, there will be no soap scum or mineral deposits to clean off sinks, showers, tub, and toilets.
In the Kitchen: Dishes will clean up more easily, and be spot-free, without the gray film glass gets when etched by mineral-laden wear. Plus hands will feel softer and look better.
In the Laundry: Clothes will be softer, cleaner, whiter and brighter, and last longer. Using soft water and pure soap products increases the life of clothing, towels, and linens upto 33%. Without hard water service issues, washing machines will last longer, too.
Plumbing and Appliances: Appliances that use water will last longer and run better. Why? Because water heaters, washing machines, and dishwashers using hard water can wear out 30% faster.
Over time, soft water savings can really add up.
For instance, conditioned water not only delivers greater washing power, it reduces the amount of soap you need to use by up to 70%. In fact, the Bureau of Statistics found that between 17 and 20.8 cents of every dollar are spent on cleaning products. Soft water can reduce that bill by up to 65%. It can also eliminate extra rinse cycles and hot water. Plus using less detergent, household cleaners and chemicals is better for the environment.