The calcium minerals found in hard water bond with soap to create a detergent curd that sticks to the fabric fibers, drawing in more dirt than before you washed your clothes. Over time, detergent residue can turn your white clothes gray or yellow, and you may even discover your clothes smell or that your colors start getting streaks. This buildup is also what makes laundry feel stiff and crusty. When this happens, fabric is less likely to flex, creating more friction that causes unnecessary wear-and-tear on your laundry. A water treatment system can alleviate these issues. Call us today at [Insert phone number] to learn more!
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