Wash without detergents.

Our good friend and frequent tipster, Monica F., sent this snippet from a Swedish house-and-garden magazine. It’s about washing balls (they look a lot like small UFOs) that, if they work as advertised, could replace ordinary detergents. It sound pretty fantastic, but the balls, when immersed in water, are supposed to produce ionized oxygen. The oxy is then supposed to activate the water molecules to penetrate deeply into the fabric and lift the dirt off. The upside would be that you could save on detergent, on running shorter washing cycles, and running them on a lower temperature. Three balls (supposed to last for a thousand washes) are SEK 750:- (about USD 123:-).brbr

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