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Hi Neil as this has been sitting their festering for so long i thought i would give you a half answer .Hard water contains high levels of calcuim and magnesium and Calcium reacts badly with soap (fatty acids) preventing soap from working properly . So by introducing a fitration system which contains salt (sodium)its possible to cause the calcium ions in the water to swap places with the (salt) sodium ions in the filter which softens up the water causing lots of lovelly bubbles to cover your modesty when you jump out of the bath after a giant spider drops in. I HAVE EXPERIENCE IN THAT MATTERTo be honest i'm rather more interested in knowing where all the spiders that somehow get trapped in my bath come from as there is no holes or anything above. I reckon they drop in from another dimension, maybe i should ask someone who knows a bit about web theory or is that string theory.