I don't wanna have to sit between you 2. I also have better things to do . Info is good insults are bad MmmmKay
It would be a little difficult, but you can do it. I had to look up that PEX stuff. It was what I thought it was. Cutting in a T seems like the easy part. Bringing the line up inside the wall, not so easy. I has similar situation a few years back but it was from the ceiling down thru the fire blocks in the wall. I ended up getting this 12" drill bit extensions from Depot and I would drill thru and add another extension until I reached the spot for in this case a TV antenna. You could try and drill into the stud cavity and use one of those Ro faucets they sell.Yeah i knoez problem is the tank location and shit I'd have to crawl under the house to install the T then run new pex up thru the brand new insulation and subfloor i installed earlier this year, ooo also thru the floor levling compound i also laid in the bathroom, up to the sink where i'd have to install some kinda custom spout to gimmie water!
fuck now i wanna do it :\
I was gonna say that but i was like nah he will know lol.
I did stupid stuff when I remodeled my house. I must have went thru 2 sets of ballast at every down lights doing stupid stuff at the garbage disposal. You just have to laugh it off and take it in stride. In the end you saved yourself a ton of money.You would be surprised lol... When i was re-doing the bathroom i turned the water off at the well but forgot to run the tub before i cut the cpvc.. needless to say i had a mess to clean up..
did that twice in the bathroom and a 3rd time in the kitchen.. :\
I did stupid stuff when I remodeled my house. I must have went thru 2 sets of ballast at every down lights doing stupid stuff at the garbage disposal. You just have to laugh it off and take it in stride. In the end you saved yourself a ton of money.
If it was only that easy to do lol main comes into the pressure tank, from there it goes to the softner, too much new pex plumbing with that shit installed that i don't wanna fuck with lol
Sadly no this house is ass backwards when it comes to how shit normally would be.. I can't even begin.. but yeah by pass on the softner it self :D w00t!
Ph swing is a bit to fast. But roots look good. Maybe a tiny amount of silica add first then ph to 6.2 ish then add nutrients then ph to what ya want in the end. It's important to always add silica first then ph down before adding nutrientsUpdate: I swapped the res 2 days ago, tap water (95ppm) + 2ml each of micro, gro, bloom, & 10ml hydroguard. Final ppm was 170, I corrected pH a little too quickly and ended up dropping it to 5.2, but it drifted up to 6.0 by the morning.
Roots on 7/12 have really taken off and I need 8 for my rdwc setup. Sadly, above the lid isn't looking as hot as below. Lots of different discoloration, yellowing from the centers of leaves, clawing, some curling. I will definitely be removing those big fan leaves next time.
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Looks as if I'm late to the party. I was also gonna suggest if there was a hose bib on the outside usually plumbed before the softener.
Depending on your climate instead of plumbing into say your kitchen from crawl space you could cut in a ball valve and run the pipe to an exterior wall shut the ball valve in winter if it's freezing where you are.
I'd think by passing everytime you need hard water then remembering to close the bypass will get very inconvient. Assuming you will need hard water often.
Correction, over 32 hours, the following morning, the pH swung up to 6.0. I am waiting for an 8th to catch up so I can transplant, hopefully within 3-4 days.Ph swing is a bit to fast. But roots look good. Maybe a tiny amount of silica add first then ph to 6.2 ish then add nutrients then ph to what ya want in the end. It's important to always add silica first then ph down before adding nutrients