Today only. Home Depot has the ScaleBlaster Electronic Water Conditioner for $189 with free shipping. Going for $280+ everywhere else. Rated for use in homes up to 4000 sq. ft., it uses no chemicals or salt to descale and soften water.
$285 Retail: $289

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    fugazi Ben's cred: 17
    Posted 7:18 am PDT 09/25/13

    http://www.chem1.com/CQ/aquacrack.html#EMAG

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    Xelcho Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 8:18 am PDT 09/25/13

    @ Fugazi

    Thank you for the great link!

    I have some experience with these devices. Suffice it to say in my experience, they do not work, AT ALL.
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    Teleman Ben's cred: 289
    Posted 8:36 am PDT 09/25/13

    Good reading via the link, I would say this thing dosn't work by this info, a scam?

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    myc0p Ben's cred: 120
    Posted 9:19 am PDT 09/25/13

    Use it all the time to condition the snake oil.

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    Xelcho Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 9:24 am PDT 09/25/13

    myc0p wrote:
    Use it all the time to condition the snake oil.


    F-bombing awesome!

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    adzinets Ben's cred: 11
    Posted 9:35 am PDT 09/25/13

    What I gathered from the link is that it likely works for descaling but has no effect on water hardness.

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    me2 Ben's cred: 102
    Posted 10:52 am PDT 09/25/13

    To keep it simple: these conditioners may reduce the white buildup on shower doors and faucets, but a softener will actually capture and remove those minerals, making soap and detergents more effective.

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    czynut Ben's cred: 33
    Posted 12:19 pm PDT 09/25/13

    Thanks for link, good reading #1. Thumbs up!

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    toddsucks5 Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 6:19 pm PDT 09/25/13

    This makes me feel funny in the slacks.

    sincerely,
    toddsucks

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    benben Ben's cred: 111
    Posted 9:02 pm PDT 09/25/13

    How can you "descale" water???

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