What is soft water, right?
First we need to know that look, there’re to kinds of water types, in order to answer this. Hard and soft water. Hard water is water that has a high percentage of total dissolved solids in it. TDS is a measure of the combined inorganic and organic substances found in water. Now pay attention please. Hard water has two very distinct disadvantages. Therefore. So, hard water produces limescale. This can clog plumbing pipes over time, and even corrode them. It’s a well two. Nevertheless, soap scum. Just keep reading. Water that is hard does not interact very well with soap. With all that said…
It’s chemical composition does not allow it to dissolve all the fats associated with soap, and so soap scum is created. Soap scum is the opaque coating you see in was removed.
Most of us know that there is no way for TDS to pass through the semi permeable membrane used in RO water purification, the resulting water from the RO process is soft water, water without any or very little amounts of dissolved inorganic or organic solids, as we know from the post about what’s RO. Since soap likes soft water better since magnesium and calcium are removed you will notice that soap now makes more bubbles, when you take a bath or wash your hands or the dishes. Soap becomes more efficient with soft water. Of course, it also cleans better from the skin and any other surface you use it on.