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      02-15-2013, 01:21 PM   #1
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CR Spotless sale (Costco)

Hey all,

I noticed that Costco.com is selling the CR Spotless for $60 off, so $370 shipped, and it includes 2 cartridges and 2 resin refills.

I thought some of you might be interested... I'm tempted but my wife would rather put that money towards a whole home softener with a hose bib for car washing.

http://www.costco.com/.product.11762...ketingItemName
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If it works as advertised and you're into washing your vehicle.. sooo worth it.
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Will soft water be as good as DI water for spot free rinse?
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No. I have soft water and you still get deposits- some mineral and some salt residue.

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Will soft water be as good as DI water for spot free rinse?
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No. I have soft water and you still get deposits- some mineral and some salt residue.
Interesting, I'm glad you shared that since I was considering the softener route.
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That is a killer deal, I've owned the system for a few years and love it. This system doesn't go on sale more than 2x's a year. The real good part of the deal is the refill included that is worth like 90$

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