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there is not much you can do with hard water as it is the minerals in the water that cause the problem
it is cheaper to let the washer heat the water as it only heats what it wants
Hard water comes from bores as most town water is put through osmosis filters that remove the minerals and produce the soft water
If you have a bore supply the seriously consider fitting a osmosis filter before the house as it will fix all sorts of problems found in the shower, hot water system , septic/sewerage and general health of the people in the house.
The initial cost will be outweighed by the cost savings from detergents and heating
Sorry to hear that . If you sleep with a pillow between your legs that will help . Least amount of pressure on your back the better. I would ask your doctor for a muscle relaxer and possibly a pain pill for nighttime . But only take them as needed . They could be very addicting . Good luck .
Take the domes off, wash them out or use a pipe cleaner to poke out the wax. If you have washed them, make sure they are thoroughly dry before you put them back on. When you put them back on make sure they are firmly on the receiver tip or you will be taking a trip to A&E to get it removed from your ear canal.
Using a magnifying glass or eye loop, check for wax build up in the output (hole in hearing aid that is closest to eardrum). I have in-channel type hearing aids. The hearing aid audiologist gave me "wax gaurds" to prevent wax buildup in the output hole. If you have any wax in the hole, try to remove it by using a small wire loop - (a shape like a square "u") and scoop the wax out. If that doesn't help, the hearing aid may need to be professionally cleaned. Lastly, as my mom would say, "clean out your ears"