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|12-30-2012 12:12 PM|
|keane007||5.99 now, darn, i had some MQs to use.|
|12-29-2012 10:32 PM|
It clearly states "if" you live in Jax, FL...
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|12-28-2012 01:30 PM|
|12-28-2012 03:34 AM|
|ebnub||This stuff is regular priced $4 at Sam's Club, $4.50 at Wally World and I only use about one bag's worth per month. Whoop de do :-)|
|12-28-2012 03:17 AM|
|Seeeeu||Got 3 used $12 SYWR that was going to expire today, had them shipped to store, and I got 8% CB from a M R E BATES... Don't have a water softener, but I have heard this is a great cheap game lick for the deer. Dig a hole, dump some salt, cover the hole, set up a game camera, watch the action. I think I will try them in the Kaboom toilet cleaning thingy (Purple holder with white tubes). One of those kaboom pellets is $3.00ish..... Anymore Ideas for these pellets?|
|12-27-2012 07:34 PM|
I don't understand why some folks have to poo poo an SD because THEY don't think it's a good price. If OTHERS do, what's the problem?
|12-27-2012 06:44 PM|
I do the same thing. It is not that I am lazy and don't want to unload all the salt out of the back of the truck... it gives me traction!
|12-27-2012 08:07 AM|
|vrman68||Thanks OP! I like these deals just before winter hits. I load em up in the back of my truck for the weight! Then use them throughout the rest of the year for my softener.|
|12-27-2012 08:04 AM|
Alternately, wait for a sale, and buy a new softener! Depending on the quality of the head, and how old it is, if you are having issue with it already, it might be worth it to replace the whole unit.
|12-27-2012 06:49 AM|
|12-27-2012 12:33 AM|
3.2 Should we use rock salt, evaporated salt or solar salt in a water softener?
Rock salt contains a lot of matter that is not water-soluble. As a result, the softening reservoirs have to be cleaned much more regularly, when rock salt is used. Rock salt is cheaper than evaporated salt and solar salt, but reservoir cleaning may take up a lot of your time and energy.
Solar salt contains a bit more water-insoluble matter than evaporated salt. When one makes a decision about which salt to use, consideration should be given to how much salt is used, how often the softener needs cleanout, and the softener design. If salt usage is low, the products could be used alternately.
If salt usage is high, insoluble salts will build up faster when using solar salt. Additionally, the reservoir will need more frequent cleaning. In that case evaporated salt is recommended.
45lbs of salt will do 150 gallons, and that doesn't cover the salt needed for water changes. 40lbs is no BFD
|12-26-2012 11:57 PM|
|joedtx||Are there any discounts for smaller quantities?|
|12-26-2012 09:11 PM|
|rockn4||Too bad it is not a discount on the rust remover kind. Can't use.|
|12-26-2012 08:48 PM|
If you don't get it, move on.
|12-26-2012 08:17 PM|
|-GuRu-||Sam's club always has it for $3.88|
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