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Clearwave Water Conditioner Review

Updated on December 30, 2010

Clearwave Water Conditioner - Why I'm Doing This?

This is a review of the Clearwave Water Conditioner. Hi folks, my name is Vovchik and I'm writing this review because I sometimes become a little skeptical as I'm looking to buy something on the internet and I see so many reviews that instead of giving me an honest opinion on the product that I want to purchase, they just try to sell me something, and I'm sick of that. And for that reason I decided to write an honest and a real review of the Clearwave Water Conditioner and this is because I want to assist you in making money wise purchase of the product you want. Now before you read my review, sit back, relax and enjoy the ride!

I Hate Plumbing, With A Passion!!

Gosh Darn It!

Anybody who ever attended science or chemistry class is probably aware of the fact that hard water has a large concentration of calcium. for the non-scientific mind, the best way to describe calcium is that calcium is the cause to huge concentration of scale in water pipes, sinks, toilets and taps (if you ever washed your hands under a stream of weird looking brown-like water or your tap suddenly decided to go berserk and "shoot" water, you'll know what I'm talking about). If there's something I REALLY HATE in this world, is to wake up in the morning only to find out that my water system has gone berserk, which can only lead to one thing: PLUMBING! And I just freaking HATE PLUMBING! there is absolutely nothing worse than messing around with old and dirty water pipes all day long, miserably trying to scrap all the scale out of them with very little or no success at all. And because calling a plumber to clean the whole scale thing up gets pricey, I am left alone with a bunch of shitty pipes in my hands and a whole bloody pile of mess that I need to clean up!

Skeptical Cat

No Lens Is Perfect Without a l0lcat!

Being as skeptical as I am, I've looked for many solutions on the internet, and most of them were either very expensive or, had bad reviews and looked very fishy. After doing a research for a couple of days I came across the Clearwave water conditioner. As I looked through the reviews with much attention, and most of them were actually good, I decided to purchase it for its relatively low price and the fact that many people recommended it.

Company Claims vs. The Real Facts

Now Where Did I Put My Libra?

As I read compared the results I got from the Clearwave Water Conditioner to what the company claimed on its sales page, I came to notice that it said that there will be results after 3 to 5 days. I waited for 5 days to see results and I haven't noticed much of a change up until the 9th day: about 40% of the scale in my sink pipe just literally disappeared, my shower heads look quite a bit cleaner, and yes, I'm noticing small while precipitate in the water, showing that the long deposited white "scaling" on boiler and pipes is actually coming off. This seems to also have had a very positive effect on the dish washer. I don't get the whole scaling on glass anymore. So I guess that even though it didn't take 3 days, the results were quite good.

Bottom Line

Oh My God, It's Working!

All in all from what I have personally seen and gathered from my research, the Clearwave Water Conditioner is a pretty genuine product. the only thing I personally didn't like was how long I had to wait for the dang thing do actually arrive(2 weeks), but I'm sure it doesn't always take so long and that not everybody are as impatient as myself. Reading from other reviews I can tell that some people rather stick to their old school methods of hiring a plumber and a little few actually said that it works better for their needs but I think that the most important thing is that the Clearwave Water Conditioner works and it works very well. So that's my opinion on it, thanks for reading!

A Short Video About The Clearwave Water Conditioner

So, Are You Into Water Softener Gizmo's Or You're More Of A: "I'll Just Call A Plumber" Kinda Person?

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      5 years ago

      Sorry (NOT!) to burst your bubble but, I work at the company where these are made (Field Controls in Kinston NC) and can tell you with 100% certainty they are absolute JUNK. The so-called technology was literally stolen by reverse engineering the active interior components formerly supplied to us by a company in England, who claimed the units were used in Buckingham Palace, Guinness Breweries, etc - all proven to be patently false. The product was tested by Consumer Reports and reported as bogus. Do you REALLY think electromagnetic pulses from 2 ~12" antennae wrapped around a foot-long section of your water pipes is going to de-scale your whole plumbing system? If so, I have a few really nice bridges for sale! I followed the extensive lab testing of this product - it conclusively does NOTHING but blink its LEDs.

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      7 years ago

      This is a very interesting lens and I have picked up a lot of very good information from it. Thank you.

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      Julia M S Pearce 

      7 years ago from Melbourne, Australia

      This is a very clever imformative reveiw on clearwave water conditioner.

      Great lens!


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