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Rapid Steam Iron Resin - 14 oz.

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$8.99 - $9.85
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Replacement Resin for you Gravity-fed iron water bottles.

A must-have product for today’s advanced gravity-fed irons. Our Iron Resin removes harmful impurities and hard-water deposits in your water supply to keep your iron in good working condition and delivering top performance for all pressing tasks. The Resin particles change color letting you know when changing is needed. It also removes calcium and magnesium. Longevity of resin depends on how often the iron is used and type of water being used. 14 ounces per bag.

Features

  • For use in gravity-fed irons
  • Turns to amber when it is time to change
  • Store in a dark, cool place

Product Specifications

Brand: Rapid Steam®
Units: Each
Material: Resin filter
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Are the resin beads required if distilled or reverse osmois water is used?
SUSAN F.
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No, if using distilled water or water that has already gone through a process that removed the contaminants, you would not need to use the resin.
Lisa P.
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I've had my replacement resin for some years. I'm pretty sure it was blue-green when I got it. It is brown now, still sealed in the package. Does that mean that it won't work?
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We would recommend getting a new batch of resin. If it has changed color, you will not have a visual indicator to tell you when to change out the resin.
Lisa P.
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What is the purpose of iron resin? Do I need it for a regular home steam iron?
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Iron resin is put into a water tank that holds more water than a regular home iron would. It conditions that tap water that is used to fill that tank. This would not be suitable or necessary for home irons.
Lisa P.
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If Iron Resin is received and its brown already, has it gone bad?
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No. The manufacturer uses multiple colors when making the resin. We normally receive the blue/green mix, but sometimes it will come in blue/brown mix, or a yellow/green mix. You will know it is time to change the resin when it is completely amber colored (very light-light brown).
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How do I keep my Iron Resin (RES1) lasting longer?
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Iron resin will last longer if used with distilled water. Also, keep away from direct sunlight. One of the reasons our resin is packaged in a padded envelope is to block exposure from the sun during storage.
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How long will resin last before it is opened for use?
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The color changing material in the resin can be affected by exposure to light, lack of moisture, and excessive temperatures.
Lisa P.
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Should all the granules in the RES1 be blue?
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No. there should be a pretty even balance of blue and amber colored resin. As it is a mixture of cation resin (amber colored strong acid) which doesn’t change its color at its exhaustion and anion resin (Blue colored strong base) which changes its color from deep blue to amber as the resin exhausts. Both resins are required, and only one is blue.
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Why would iron resin (RES1) start to seep into steam electric gravity fed irons?
Anonymous
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Make sure the screen is in place and is secure inside the water bottle.
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How long does the iron resin last?
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There is no set time as to how long the iron resin should last. Longevity depends on how often the water is changed or added to the bottle and how hard the water is that is added to the bottle.
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When do you change the iron resin?
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As the resin is used up, it will start to change colors. The change in color is very noticeable. When all the resin turns that used tan color, it is time for it to be changed.
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Does iron resin need to be used with steam electric gravity fed irons?
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Yes, in order to prolong the life of the iron and to get the best results when ironing, it is best to use the iron resin. The iron resin filters water and removes mineral deposits from the water before it collects and hardens inside the iron. Using distilled water provides some protection, but using iron resin is better.
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