Charlie: Shareesh is in Cypress. He likes the sonorant consonants here, but anyway. He says do you have any opinion on Flow-Tech final induction water softeners versus salt?
Tom: Flow-Tech is a-
Charlie: It’s a brand.
Tom: It is but it’s like the magnet, only super magnet because it actually works off of electricity. I know this product. It doesn’t work by the way.
Charlie: 10,000 gigawatts of power.
Tom: Yeah, what are those?
Charlie: Flux capacitor. You got pressure water.
Tom: When you soften you have to use salt and people always try to get away from it. Those things are used on cooling towers and stuff because waters always in motion. Never stops. Never stops. It has some good about descaling some of the pipes in those type of plants. But as far as what happens in your home, you’ve got to soften it. That means removing the hardness. That does not. And so no. It’s not the end all. It’s not something that replaces a water softener.
Charlie: So that’s his opinion.
Tom: Kinetico would be a water softener we’d recommend because I personally love it.
Charlie: Sharesh, when you ask for Tom’s opinion, you get it.