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Old 07-19-2011, 07:16 PM   #1
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Water conditioners/softeners

Looking to having a softener or conditioner along with a ro system installed. The new technology is the salt free conditioners. With that system, the calcium and magnesium remain in your water. The benefit is that there will be no hard water deposits all over your house. Could I use that water for my fowlr? Or should I go with the softener, which removes the calcium and magnesium?
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