White marks on dishes
Mineral salts in hard water turn into limescale when they are heated or when they come into contact with an alkaline substance such as soap. Limescale can be found throughout the home in the form of white marks on shower walls, taps, dishes, etc. In addition, limescale deposits collect dirt in toilets and washbasins which makes them require more frequent cleaning.
HOW TO REMOVE TRACES OF LIMESCALE
Decreasing water hardness with a softener significantly reduces limescale and white marks on dishes and shower walls. Dirt will collect much less in toilets, washbasins and sinks.