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GreenWashBall cleans clothes safely without chemicals or dyes
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Oct '08
The revolutionary new product by the GreenWashBall is a healthy, cost-effective way to help preserve the ecosystem by eliminating the need for laundry detergent. Scientifically designed to protect users' health, the GreenWashBall cleans clothes efficiently and safely without chemicals or dyes.

It also reduces the risk of allergic reaction to detergent, eliminates bad odours and germs, and safeguards linens from bleaching. With a pH balance of 10 (roughly the same as traditional laundry detergent), the GreenWashBall treats grease, organic and chemical stains, yielding clean and healthy laundry.

The highly effective GreenWashBall contains Chlorine Exclusion Balls that work to remove residual chlorine in water and prevent fabrics from oxidizing and changing color due to chlorine, thus protecting the life and elasticity of clothes. Powerful antimicrobial action removes all molds and pathogenic coliform bacilli in the washing machine, leaving behind odorless and clean residue.

With a lifespan of three years, use of the GreenWashBall guarantees great savings on clothes detergent and fabric softener. Powerful remote infrared rays emitted by the GreenWashBall ceramics break the hydrogen molecules of water to increase molecular movement, while improving washing capabilities.

The reusable, half pound GreenWashBall eliminates germs and weakens the adherence of dirt on fabric so that it is easily removed without the use of chemicals or detergent. Users need only toss GreenWashBall into each load of white or colored-clothing laundry and proceed as normal. For maximum longevity, do not leave the GreenWashBall in the washing machine. Rather, place it in the sunlight for at least an hour a week.

GreenWashBall can be used to clean and wash any type of clothing, including delicate garments. Simply let clothes soak for an hour with GreenWashBall before washing. Additionally, the remarkable product can also be used in the refrigerator to maintain the freshness of fruits, vegetables, and meats.

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