Res Care®

3.50 out of 5






Pro Res Care is a specially formulated liquid resin cleaner designed to rid the softener of contaminants that salt alone cannot remove. Regular use of Res Care resin cleaner will restore the softener beads and control valve parts back to peak efficiency and maintain the life of the unit. For best results, use an Easy Feeder for continued defense of contaminant build-up.

99% of water softening occurs inside of the resin beads. Salt only washes away the calcium but leaves the iron, manganese, silt, metal particles and organic compounds. Over time, these will coat the resin bead causing inefficiencies or total failure.

**Pro Res Care is NSF Certified to meet NSF/ANSI Standard 60 for drinking water additives.

Available in 4 ounce, 1 quart, 64 ounce and 1 gallon sizes.


Continual Maintenance: Pro Products highly recommends the use of a Pro Easy Feeder to keep the softener running at peak efficiency. The unit feeds automatically and easily installs inside or outside of the brine tank. The Easy Feeder Starter Kit includes everything required for initial start-up.

Manual Application (for Severely Fouled Units): Pour 4 oz. (1/2 cup) of Pro Res Care resin cleaner per cu. ft. directly into brine well (for softeners with no brine well, pour directly into salt tank when salt is low). Manually regenerate softener. Repeat regeneration if taste, odor, or discoloration is detected in discharge, then run cold soft water tap nearest the softener until the odor or taste is gone.

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Part Numbers and Resources

Part # Size Qty.
RK50N 4 oz. 50
RK32N 1 qt. 12
RK01B 1 qt. 1
RK41N 1 gal. 4
RK02B 1 gal. 1
RK64N 64 oz. 4
RK03B 64 oz. 1

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4 reviews for Res Care®

  1. don kirby

    Works really good. Water is best it’s ever been

  2. RICHARD Wentz

    I love that product

  3. john

    You state to add 4oz per cu ft. Per cu ft of what? the resin? if so how do we know that? the salt chamber? etc

    • Dan Chambers

      Hello John,
      The dosage is per cubic foot of resin. Most residential softeners are a cubic foot of resin. To make sure, contact the water treatment dealer that did the installation. If you installed it yourself, that information should be in the maintenance and care manual that came with the softener. The ResCare is added to the brine well, which is the smaller 4 inch tube inside the brine, or salt, tank.

      Please let us know if you have more questions. Have a great day.

  4. Garrett

    Does ResCare or Sani-System affect the performance of a septic systems enzymes and bacteria?

    • Dan Chambers

      Hello Garrett.

      Both Res Care and Sani-System are absolutely safe for septic. We always remind our customers to be sure to follow the label directions. Please let us know if you have any other questions.

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