Water quality influence to the laundry
Have you ever noticed the appearance of daily clothes that are often worn and washed? Sometimes clothes that are initially white over time appear dull or yellow. Many factors influence the clothing material so that there are striking changes, especially in the color of the clothing, including unwise use of chemicals that cause corrosive clothing fibers or chemical reactions which occurs due to exposure to direct sunlight and the next thing that can affect the clothing fibers is the quality of the water used for washing. Apart from these, there are many other factors including the use of scouring irons with electric heat elements and the use of dryers or dryers whose heat temperature is not well controlled.
The difference between using PDAM (region gov. water company) water and an own drilled land water in laundry services can affect the washing process and the quality of the final result. Here are the main differences:
1. Water sources that come from PDAM are drinking water that is processed and regulated by the government or related institutions. PDAM water generally have water quality standards that have been regulated and monitored for safety and cleanliness. The quality of PDAM water in generally considered cleaner, free from substances that can affect washing results such as excess minerals or high metal content.