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Seem to taste salt when taking a shower. what could the problem be?

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Most of the time after the person comes to service the system they add the water softener to the system and for the next few days it has a salty taste. But sometimes the system does not tone it down which means they have added to much.

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If you are using a water softener unit ...it uses salts to combat hardness.it may be that the ratio is too high for the salt tablets.if not it could be you are using a soda bicarbonate toothpaste before showering in your routine and this can give the salty effect .

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