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Old 09-17-2021, 05:41 AM   #1
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CR Spotless Resin Price Increase ! ! !

Wow !!! Our water is very hard and to prevent spots on our dark colored motorhome, I've been using a CR Spotless deionizer for several years. It's once again time to recharge/swap out the resin.

Last time I bought it is was $210 for a cubic foot.... went to order it today and it's $329 for a cubic foot.... crazy.

Anyone know of other sources besides Amazon for this resin ?
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Wow !!! Our water is very hard and to prevent spots on our dark colored motorhome, I've been using a CR Spotless deionizer for several years. It's once again time to recharge/swap out the resin.



Last time I bought it is was $210 for a cubic foot.... went to order it today and it's $329 for a cubic foot.... crazy.



Anyone know of other sources besides Amazon for this resin ?


Would a ph balanced soap like chemical guys help?
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Old 09-17-2021, 06:42 PM   #4
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You probably won't find it cheaper. Inflation is here and a 30% price increase is starting to be normal these days.
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This is where I purchased my last refill. $215 for 1cu ft.
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This is where I purchased my last refill. $215 for 1cu ft.
The last time I needed resin, I found this place too. But, if I recall, it was also considerably cheaper than the $215 price today. That was well over 2-3 years ago. And, I got three refills out of that 1 cu.ft. bag. Even today, at $215.00, that makes it $71.00 per refill. That's still cheaper than DR spotless replenishing yours. Since DR spotless is in El Cajon CA, (outskirts of San Diego) my son just drove down to their warehouse and did a face-to-face exchange for his DRC20 and it cost him $85.80. Using advanced calculus, $85.80 x 3 = $257.40.

dirince.com has the best deal going.
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