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What is Pure Water?

Purified water is water that’s free from any impurities. Impurities commonly found in ordinary tap water are minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium and Phosphorus. These minerals are perfectly safe to drink, however when it comes to window cleaning they are not ideal due to how they dry ...
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Freezing Systems - How Spotless Water has got you Covered Through the Winter

Winter has arrived, and the freezing temperatures have only just begun which can be a huge inconvenience for the window cleaning and car valeting industry. Not only is it unpleasant getting up in the morning knowing you’ll be spending all day outside with freezing cold water, there is also the dread of finding your pure water supply has frozen, or worst case, your entire system is damaged. This massively delays your work and can cost a lot to fix.
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Using Spotless Water for Aquarium Fish Tanks

As a fish keeper, water quality is incredibly important, as different species of fish need a different type of water due to their natural habitat background. Some fish require soft water, and some hard water. A solution to this is using purified water, as any aquatic habitat can then be recreated in the home aquarium. Water is purified which removes pollution and hardness, things that are often found in ordinary tap water and, if not taken care of correctly, can end up being incredibly harmful to both fish and corals.
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Using Pure Water for Car Detailing

When it comes to car detailing, perfection is key. Some people pay anything up to £500 to get their cars detailed and therefore expect to get nothing less than a superb finish for their money. There are different stages to detailing and cleaning a car, from pre wash, to drying, and the process also commonly involves a pure water rinse.
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Using Ion Exchange Resins to Purify Water

Water purification can be an uphill battle. There are many ways to purify water, the most popular is Deionisation which uses mixed bed resin also know as ion exchange. Mixed bed resin is made up of positively and negatively charged polymer beads that alters the ion charge of soluble particles in the water. The resin also contains insoluble acid or alkaline chemicals and these are the elements which help to remove the ‘hard’ compounds such as Calcium & Magnesium.
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