Use less soap, and remove scale from your pipes - continuously, automatically and for only about $5 In. electricity a year. Clearwave is the most advanced computerized anti-scale device available today. Its computer chip is programmed to bombard water passing through your pipe with over 200 different electromagnetic low frequency pulses. These electromagnetic pulses have been scientifically proven to increase the electromotive attraction potential of the water to mineral salts. The result is that the mineral salts (mainly calcium bicarbonate) stays dissolved in the water instead of converting to insoluble calcium carbonate and attaching itself to the inside of pipes as scale. Existing scale in pipes, water heaters, toilets and faucets begin to soften and dissolve away. Recommended for dishwashers, washing machines, coffee makers, and boilers.
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Rating breakdown3 reviews
2out of 3(67%)reviewers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Clear Wave Electronic Water Conditioner
Review 1 for Clear Wave Electronic Water Conditioner
Clear Wave Water Conditioner
PostedMay 28, 2006
from New Mexico
This product is absolutely great. It has helped tremendously with my hard water problems. It has made my hot water heater performance become more efficient. Overall, my purchase of this product has been one of the best buys I've ever made. Thank you, Home Depot for carrting the Clear Wave.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Review 2 for Clear Wave Electronic Water Conditioner
Doesn't work for 23 gpg
PostedSeptember 25, 2008
from Chicago western suburbs
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I really wanted it to work since we have 23 grains per gallon hardness, and we have absolutely no space to fit a traditional water softener. However, I am sorry to say that we see no result from using ClearWave. The test is that we put sparkling glasses into a fairly new dishwasher, and they were noticeably cloudy after 4 washing cycles. We have no iron in our water as it is removed by the city. I called the company and they say that since we are close to maximum capacity (which is 25 gpg) we may need another ClearWave installed in sequence with the first. The technician thinks that that would probably solve the problem. But at this point (60 days) I am concerned about getting my money back and don't have enough time to try out a second unit. And I'm starting to feel that this was too good to be true anyway. I didn't notice needing less soap. There was no change in scale on faucets and tub. I even tried putting the unit on the output side of the hot water heater in case the conditioned water was losing its charge while sitting in the water heater. But it made no difference to the dishes. So I'm just returning the unit and going back to putting vinegar into the dishwasher rinse cycle to get those sparkling dishes.
No, I do not recommend this product.
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Review 3 for Clear Wave Electronic Water Conditioner
clearwave water conditioner
PostedOctober 15, 2007
from Pendleton OR
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When I first read about this I thought sure magnets no wireing or plumbing and they expect people to beleave that.But upon reading more about it and 90 day return I decided to try it.this is the best investment we have ever made.Just a few hours after installing it I noticed a difference in the water the water is softer the sink and tub is easier to clean.more soap lather.And after filtering it thru our refrigerator the water taste like it is coming from a well in the mountions.thanks home depot for carrying.the clearwave.