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Windsor system saver II water softener salt oos, very expensive or non existent. Anyone know why?

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Deal Addict
Nov 17, 2007
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Kitchener

Windsor system saver II water softener salt oos, very expensive or non existent. Anyone know why?

Last couple of times I went to purchase it was no where to be found. I can get it now, but almost $20 after tax. What's up????
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Newbie
Dec 4, 2018
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They changed the name. It's now Windsor Clean & Protect.

see here

Tons of it available in my area.
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Nov 17, 2007
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Kitchener
JMKRFD wrote: They changed the name. It's now Windsor Clean & Protect.

see here

Tons of it available in my area.
Ahhh, thanks for the explanation.
Deal Guru
Jan 25, 2007
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Paris
Use Solar Salt, which does not have a binding agent and thus leaves less residue.
Sr. Member
Feb 27, 2007
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Jerico wrote: Use Solar Salt, which does not have a binding agent and thus leaves less residue.
Agreed, and I've also found using a resin cleaner product in a auto feeder/dripper helps to really extend the life of a softeners resins. I think most people use Res Care but there a few other manufacturers as well.

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