Translation of water softener in Spanish:

water softener

ablandador de agua, n.

noun

  • 1

    (substance)
    ablandador de agua masculine
    descalcificador masculine
    • We've replaced the furnace, hot water heater and water softener all in one year.
    • However, very hard water can deposit mineral film on dishes, glasses, and flatware, and on dishwasher pump and moving parts; it is wise if water if very hard to install a water softener before installing a dishwasher.
    • Cold seltzer is actually pretty nice, but when it gets warmer and it loses its fizz, it just becomes water that tastes like you need to go have a water softener installed in the house.
    • A well pumps the water into my home and because it's unsuitable as is, it's processed through a device called a water softener.
    • Use natural, unscented laundry soap and add borax, washing soda or baking soda as a water softener.
    • Addition of water softener helps reduce the possibility of further damage.
    • Those who can afford to put a water softener on or to take a precaution with their tap washers will be paid for by those who cannot afford to take such precautions.
    • We discovered the need to have a water analysis done to quantify the hardness, because a water softener to lower the dissolved mineral content was on the horizon.
    • The chemical soda ash, which contains sodium, is used to manufacture glass, soaps, paper and water softeners.
    • Why can't the council put a water softener at the source?
    • I attended the annual home show and, although I don't like to be harassed by people telling me how much I really need a home water softener, I would go again just to see the displays of plants, especially the orchids.
    • Rainwater typically has very low hardness levels, which reduces the use of soaps and detergents, and eliminates the need for a water softener.
  • 2

    (apparatus)
    descalcificadora feminine