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Not only is it unsightly, but this mineral build-up restricts water flow and as a result, you could see your water bill increase.
The minerals in hard water mix with soap in your shower which leaves a filmy white soap scum behind. If your home has hard water, cleaning up soap scum is only a temporary fix.
The white spots you see are like soap scum. Hard water can also cause your glasses to shatter earlier.
Hard water makes getting things clean a challenge. Because of this, there is often detergent and mineral residue left on clothes and on your skin.
If you notice that your clothing is aging quickly and feels hard and scratchy after drying, you may have a hard water problem in your home.
Soap is less effective in hard water due to the minerals in the water. Because of this, it is difficult to rinse out all the soap which can result in a soapy film in your hair. If you color your hair, you’ll see that the color will fade much faster.
If there’s high iron in your water, it will taste metallic when you drink it. In dangerous levels of iron, it is unsafe to cook with and will turn some vegetables black.
Iron in your water will leave a residue. You’ll find orange/red stains on plates, flatware, and clothing. Rust-colored rings will also be around your tub, toilet, and toilet tank. This is the easiest sign of high iron in your water.
Like hard water, high iron in your water leaves an iron residue in your pipes which causes reduced water pressure.
Water and iron do not mix well. Because of this, soap will not wash out of your clothing and from your skin and leaves a soapy film behind. The film can clog pores and lead to skin issues like acne or even eczema.
Iron can carry bacteria that is harmful when digested. Because of this, it is considered a secondary contaminate by the EPA. Long-term health issues include stomach problems, nausea, vomiting, and more.