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Pro Water Solutions, Inc., is dedicating to educating the public on the importance of pure water in the household or place of business. Below you will find an array of articles on different topics ranging from the adverse effects of hard water on your hair, skin and body to statistics, new laws, regulations and health issues relating to water and water treatment.

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Treating Hard Water

Treating hard water is the most common problem faced by homeowners. Hard water is the type that makes getting a good lather of soap nearly impossible. Your washing machine will also experience problems creating a lather, which in turn can leave clothes looking gray and dingy…

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Water: Hair and Skin Facts

Over 95% of the population in the Los Angeles area, according to the Water Quality Association, are bathing and showering with hard water. While hard water is fine for drinking, it can cause many problems for your hair, scalp and skin…

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Chlorine and Your Shower

“Taking long hot showers is a health risk, according to research presented last week in Anaheim California, at a meeting of the American Chemical Society–and to a lesser extent baths–lead to a greater exposure to toxic chemicals contained in water supplies than does drinking the water.”

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Chlorine and Your Drinking Water

The drinking of chlorinated water has finally been officially linked to an increased incidence of colon cancer. An epidemiologist at Oak Ridge Associated Universities completed a study of colon cancer victims and non-cancer patients and concluded that the drinking of chlorinated water for 15 years…

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Water Heaters and Hard Water

Water is considered “hard” when it contains any appreciable amount of minerals, especially calcium and magnesium. It becomes obvious that water is hard when pot of boiling water forms white residue on the sides and bottom of the pot. A more accurate assessment can be made by laboratory water testing…

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How Water Softeners Work

The Pro Water Solutions Web site has demonstrated some of the problems associated with hard water – you avoid these problems by using a water softener to treat the water coming into your house. Where it legal self regenerating softeners are a viable option however…

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Hard Water Problems

Treating hard water is the most common problem faced by homeowners. Hard water is the type that makes getting a good lather of soap nearly impossible. Your washing machine will also experience problems creating a lather, which in turn can leave clothes looking gray and dingy. Hard water leaves soap scum rings in the bathtub, shower, and sinks…

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Water Users Concerned About Chloromines

Some residents in the Antelope Valley don’t want the local agency to start adding the chemical to the water supply, citing health concerns. Most other cities in the L.A. area have been using chloramines for decades.

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That Tap Water Is Legal but May Be Unhealthy

L.A. and New York Times writer Charles Duhigg accurately elaborates on the state of tap water in United States. We at Pro Water Solutions review many different articles for our web site and we think this happens to be the most thorough, factual and most up to date article available. It appeared in both newspapers in mid December 2009.

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