Crystals are smaller
An Ayurvedic natural-path has recommended this brand for a cheap alternative to Epsom salts. Could be nice to use this as the base and add a little magnesium from epsom salt.
I'm not sure, but try it. All you loose is $5 bucks. I'll try it too.
the safety data sheet lists it as >99% pure, which is sufficient for most, if not all, household water softening applications. you would probably need to purchase from a chemical supplier to get 99.9% pure sodium chloride.
Not a good idea if you want the salt to dissolve properly.
Te salt tablets are not table size salt pieces
Sorry, but I do't know. It works in my water treatment system. Only issue is that I have to replace it more often than I want.
No! It cannot be used on any concrete. It and all salt pits concrete. Look at your cement garage floor. Pitted? Crumbling? From salt dripping from car
Not sure how much it removes, but definitely does help. Been using for 8mo now and does make a difference.