We got the unit described below free of charge for review purposes,
and we are excited to share with our observations
Laundry used not to be a big deal when my husband and I moved into our first apartment. However, these days a household of 6 (3 adults and three kids) is an endless carousel of moving dirty clothes into the laundry unit in the basement and running batches of clean clothes onto the second floor. That’s a lot of water, energy, and, of course, laundry detergent.
Oh, the laundry detergent. It seems like we are always running out of it or just ran out of it. On one hand, it is an excellent excuse not to do the laundry, but that means at some point you will have to catch up.
Earlier this year I stopped by the pureWash booth at the Housewares Show in Chicago. Their unit promised to eliminate the laundry detergent our of the washing process. Just imagine the money saving in the long run as well as the one less thing to remember to buy and use.
pureWash laundry unit uses Ozone as a cleaning agent to control, disinfect, and entirely eradicate microorganisms typically found in the soiled laundry in many studies.
What is It?
PureWash Pro uses a patented, oxygen-infused water process that increases cleaning strength using 75% less detergent (you can still put a bit of the soap for your extra dirty clothes). Installation of this unit takes under 20 minutes, and it works with all types of washing machines (front or top loading). Connect pureWash to the local power outlet, the cold water source in your laundry room and the washing machine – you are set to go!
What will you have to do differently?
Nothing, really. Empty the hamper into the washing machine the way you usually do and that’s it.
The Stuff You Really Want to Know
Does it work?
It does. Most of the laundry goes in slightly soiled and comes out fresh. Visible stains do require a little bit detergent (a lot less, though.) The main difference – your freshly washed laundry won’t smell like laundry detergent.
How much does it cost?
The pureWash Pro unit is $297, available at https://www.purewash.com/ and has 30-days money back guarantee.
Will you save money?
It seems like it would take a while to justify dropping $300 on a unit like this, but check this out
If you want more information on the cost comparing, check out this article for the nitty gritty.