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WetSpot Products

WetSpot Products

Wetspot is the original portable water softening system. Wetspot works basically the same way as a residential or commercial water softener, only it’s been designed to be portable and is recharged manually, requiring no electrical hook up! Wetspot is also designed to last-they are constructed out of strong, low maintenance materials that can withstand even harsh marine environments. PVC, aluminum, brass hose fittings, rubber wheels, even our labels are manufactured of a specialized material!
The resins that we use have been known to last for up to 30 years and more, before requiring replacement, so we offer a 12 year performance guarantee, with total confidence! Aside from recharging your unit with common rock salt, (approx. 12-15 minutes monthly), the only maintenance necessary to keep your WET SPOT PLUS looking new is to apply a little wax to the end caps, and replace the label every few years! We also recommend that you run our Conditioner through the unit every 6 months.

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820 SW 14th Court
Florida
Pompano Beach
United States
33060

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