Hard-water



noun
1.
water that contains magnesium, calcium, or iron salts and therefore forms a soap lather with difficulty.

Water in which dissolved minerals make it difficult to produce a lather with soap.

Note: Hard water is usually associated with well water in regions where the rocks contain a large proportion of iron-bearing minerals.

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