Can soft water exist naturally?
Yes. Many homes have their own water well/water pump. It sometimes can depend on the depth of the well, or simply the location of where the water well is drilled. The softness of water can vary from house, even in the same neighborhood. Some drill sites have a lot of iron and rust in the water, while others in the same area have good, clear, soft water. But there are many good water softeners that work extremely well to remove the iron and minerals if you have hard water.
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Water cycle exists in nature which replenishes water on earth. why do you still suffer from scarcity of water?
Answer . Over population . Building too quickly and taking too many trees away . Weather changes . Not caring for our forests . Heat can evaporate water . People waste… water with washing machines, flushing toilets, having long showers. Of course we don't often realize that we are using so much water, but take it away for a week and people would soon get the drift. . Governments that are not environmentally friendly. . Another answer:. The problem, like food, isn't total quantity, it's availability and distribution. Barring the few molecules that come to Earth from comets etc., there is a finite amount of water on earth. Scarcity comes from not only lack of water to meet a local demand, but a need for CLEAN drinkable water. As the above answer suggests, scarcity is also caused by libing beyond our means, more people in an area that need more water than the system can provide.
\nSoft Water is water that has had all the ions such as sodium and calcium and magnesium, lead and copper removed from it due to filtration and sedementation process. (also th…e adding of lime water)\n. \nhope that helps!
Hard water has more minerals in it. Hard water is water that has high mineral content (in contrast with "soft water")
when all or most of the ca2+ ions in the water have been replaced by na1+ ions meaning when soap foams in water. After removing hardness producing ions, the water may be sof…t.
Bottled water is not necessarily soft water. Much of the bottled water sold in stores is plain tap water, some is from springs containing various minerals in solution, and som…e is distilled water.
Yes it is soft.
Yes, we shouldreally separate soft water from soften water, soft water is anaturally occurring thing where the hardness never got into thewater similar to rain water, soften w…ater is water that has beenartificially soften in some form. In some parts of the worldprimarily western Europe, they don't allow you to have totally softwater because it's somewhat aggressive in nature and has a tendencyto dissolve in it some of the metals that are used in pipes soespecially if there's galvanize pipe which contains cadmium, theinstaller or the manufacturer of the equipment actually builds itin a way to add a grainer to the hardness to prevent that fromhappening.
Water is a universal solvent and there are two types of water i.e hard water and soft water. Soft water is the water that easily lather with soap while hard water does not lat…her with soap and is also of two type i.e temporary and permanent.
Water that is in the form of clouds is relatively pure, although it does contain some dissolved pollutants from the air. Probably the purest you could find is old glacial ice …in Antarctica, deposited at a time when global air pollution levels were much lower.
Melted snow or ice is a natural source of soft water.
Water is a universal solvent and there are two types of water i.e hard water and soft water. Soft water is the water that easily lather with soap.
Soft water leaves very little mineral residue on plumbing fixtures and surfaces. . Soft water deposits less scale and sediment in water heaters. . Soft water requires less… soap or detergent in the dishwasher, laundry or bath. . If water is too soft, however, it does not rinse away soap or shampoo easily. A water softener (that you install in your plumbing) or a tap water filter (like a Brita Filter) both filter your normal house water to remove some minerals, purifying it. Of course, tap water would be fine to drink either way. Soft water is usually used for showers because it makes your hair softer, or in fishtanks because it's good for the fishies (I wouldn't know, I don't own fish).
In Skin Care
My opinion is thatthe soft water gives you an incomplete rinse of the soap and thatthe soft sodium in the soft water reacts with the lanolin on theskin and actually produces k…ind of a film of soap on your body.
One can get natural soft skin by exfoliating. Although, others use home remedies. Home remedies are the most helpful which can be found in your own homes.
Water can exist as a solid (ice), as a liquid (water), and as a gas(fog).