The best way to explain Temporary treatment is to think of a snowflake.
Underneath a very powerful microscope, a snowflake is a very beautiful shape with sharp edges that enables it to cling to things, such as branches of a tree.
Dissolved limestone calcium (chalk) is very similar. In a glass of water we cannot see the calcium as it is clear, however we can sometimes feel the chalk on our tongue. To make it visible to us, we can add a chemical to the water, giving us this result:
The Temporary treatment of hard water through scale reducers includes either chemical treatment or physical treatment.
There are various forms of temporary water treatment. These include:-