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Re: Question about watering w/softened water

  • Subject: Re: Question about watering w/softened water
  • From: Kchrobin66@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2002 20:39:57 EDT

<PRE>why a water softener on the outside faucets?  we installed a rust remover to 
take care of all faucets and softener only on the interior faucets. we just 
could not afford to run the softener on all of the faucets for our three 
acres but the rust was ruining the statuary, limestone paths, and soaker 
hoses.  with our constant deficit of rainfall we sometimes water everyday and 
salt/wear on the softener would be costly plus lugging the salt to the 
basement.   karen in a dry indy

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