How to Compare Water Softener Manufacturers?

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There are a couple of different ways that you can compare water softener manufacturers. First, you can compare the molds that they use. The type of injecting mold that they use will determine the type of chemicals they use. Second, you can do research on their research and development team. If they have an in house research and development team, they will usually have a higher quality softener.
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