The Waterboy Blog

Why Water SOFTENERS aren't Good for Southern Californians There are so many reasons why people love living in Southern California. We have gorgeous weather year-round, beaches, mountains, and plenty of vibrant cities, including Los Angeles and San Diego. Unfortunately, we also have very hard water, which...

CHOOSING THE CORRECT SIZE WATER FILTER TO FIT YOUR NEEDS Are you considering having a home water filtration system installed?  If you are interested in installing a water filtration system for your home, you’ll need to choose a system that can handle your unique water needs....

Arsenic Found in Bottled Water Keurig Dr Pepper today announced it will voluntarily withdraw Penafiel unflavored mineral spring water products, imported from Mexico, due to the presence of violative levels of arsenic. Arsenic when present in the diet at very high levels, well above those...

Use low-flow faucets. Equip restroom or break-room faucets or showers with low-flow restrictors. A low-flow faucet aerator emits less than 1.5 gallons of water per minute compared with 2.2 gallons for standard faucets. Older toilets use nearly 5 gallons of water per flush, while newer...

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Krause, a writer for StyleCaster.com, a beauty and lifestyle site, decided to try an interesting experiment. She washed her face with bottled water for one week to see if it would have any effect on her...

Hard water, as opposed to soft water, is water with a higher-than-normal mineral content. Dry skin is one of the most common effects of hard water on skin. Since hard water makes it more difficult to rinse soaps and shampoos from the skin's surface, the...

We all know that the water is at a premium now in San Diego County and Orange County.  We need to use every drop wisely and the best way to use the water is to have it filtered for better taste and use on your...

Water infrequently, deeply, and thoroughly. Most lawns need about 3/4 to 1 inch of water once per week — or once every two weeks when the weather cools. Infrequent but deep watering will encourage deep rooting, making for healthier and hardier plants with a greater...