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    Posted: May 27 2016 at 2:47pm
We are building a new house and are wondering about running soft water through an RO unit. Will it change the RO chemistry? Thanks for your advice!
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I would think it could make your membrane, carbon, DI and sediment filter last longer.

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Definitely helps imo.
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Yes, soft water does make everything last longer because it removes a lot of the hard minerals.
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