“Compre los imanes en la lavandería cerca críticas de imanes de lavandería”

Mira antes de leer esto dudaba si enviar este caso al ministerio de sanidad, pero tu intervención victimista y falsaria me ha quitado todas las dudas, ahora mismo me pongo a escribir. En las democracias los ciudadanos también tenemos en nuestras manos la capacidad de cambiar cosas.
Te puedo decir que esta misma semana estoy tratando a mi abuelo de artritis reumatoidea (la detecte con los imanes, despues de que haya ido a TRES doctores especialistas y nadie le dijo lo que corresponde), su mano derecha no la podia mover de lo hinchada y del dolor, luego de una sesion ya tiene movilidad en sus dedos. Y te puedo demostrar con examenes de sangre si quieres en dos semanas mas. Ya tiene el que le salio alterado el factor reumatoideo y proteina C reactiva, veremos el siguiente despues del tratamiento con imanes.
Para hacer unas grandes burbujas resistentes hay que aumentar la elasticidad de la superficie del agua, es decir, hay que disminuir la tensión. Si se añade jabón al agua, se produce el relajamiento de la cohesión de las moléculas entre sí. Si se quieren conseguir burbujas todavía más grandes, se añadirá glicerina a la mezcla.
muy esceptico??, pero mas vale serlo con este tipo de cosas,sobre todo si eres un ignorante en estos temas como yo. soy conciente de que esa ignorancia da cabida a la esperanza en este tipo de productos, estamos hablando de la salud, ahora bien, y esto que quede claro: brindo el beneficio de la duda a este producto porque a mi me lo recomendo una madre que tiene a su hijo con cancer, y que antes de tratarlo a el, ella se hizo un tratamiento primero y comprobo que el unico efecto secundario es que el pipi te huele un poco a cloro, pero dice que eso te limpia totalmente por dentro. Luego se lo dio a su hijo y la verdad que ahora es como si no tuviese cancer..de no moverse, a correr jugar y ser un niño normal. a su vez a esta persona se lo recomendo otra persona con cancer que se estaba tratando con eso y le iba muy bien. Esto es un testimonio mio en 1a persona no de internet… Tambien quiero añadir que no entiendo el porque funciona tan bien con el cancer (que es lo unico que he comprobado personalmente) cuando este no esta provocado por ningun agente patogeno (que yo sepa) y esto me confunde y me vuelve aun mas esceptico. Puede ser cosa de sugestion? placebo? algun quimico por aqui que pueda arrojar informacion a ver sus impresiones??? Debo cepillarme con eso o no es mas que “charlatanería pseudocientífica con implicaciones sobre la salud”…
Funciones y tareas ~ LIMPIEZA DE OFICINAS, BAÑOS, COMEDOR, VESTUARIOS, OFFICE, NAVE. LIMPIEZA DE CRISTALES. LIMPIEZA DE SUELOS, MOBILIARIO, ASEOS Y CRISTALES Experiencia laboral Tiempo experiencia: Más de 3 meses Otros aspectos a considerar Jornada…
Como hemos explicado en otras ocasiones cada órgano y tejido del organismo tiene un grado de acidez o alcalinidad pero el pH global del mismo se sabe midiendo la concentración de hidrógeno –es decir, el potencial de hidrógeno, lo que abreviadamente conocemos como pH- en saliva, orina o sangre. Y se trata de un dato útil porque la mayoría de las personas enfermas tienen un exceso de iones electropositivos (toxinas, radicales libres…) que acidifican el terreno extraceular, los órganos, la sangre y las secreciones.
Mi terapia para aliviar el dolor de cabeza (que consiste en dar un martillazo en los dedos de los pies para que desaparezca el dolor de la cabeza) es más creible y fácil de demostrar que las patrañas que dice el señor Goiz. Además en muchos casos, mi terapia funciona incluso sin aplicarla, cuando el sujeto me ve con el martillo en la mano, se levanta y me dice que el dolor de cabeza ha desaparecido por completo.
Cuando alguien tiene un descubrimiento médico de relevancia, viaja y lo presenta en congresos médicos, escribe artículos y lo publica en revistas. Sólo los que tienen productos de teletienda graban vídeos para publicarlos en YouTube. Te repito la pregunta, ¿algún artículo científico en revistas con evaluadores que muestre los beneficios del par magnético? Cuando te hice la pregunta por vez primera, pensaba que era un camelo. Después de ver los diferentes enlaces que me váis aportando empiezo a pensar que, además, es un timo.
Serán castigados con la pena de prisión de uno a cuatro años, multa de seis a doce meses e inhabilitación especial para profesión, oficio, industria o comercio por tiempo de tres a seis años los productores, distribuidores o comerciantes que pongan en peligro la salud de los consumidores:
Detergente en polvo altamente activo. Sin enzimas. Efecto blanqueador a partir de 60ºC. Indicado para tejidos muy sucios. Alta capacidad de eliminación de la suciedad y muy buen efecto de disolución de grasas. (Cap. 25 kg.)
Gracuas Lola, para poder responderte necesito saber qué tipo de camas son, almohadas que se ponen en las habitaciones, etc… pero vamos que es igual que como comento en el post , son 4 las rotaciones de ropa que tienes que tener. Un saludo
claro esta, que para usted será la emfermedad, pero para mí el culpable ha sido el timador, porque si esa persona se queda en la medicina alopática, a lo mejor seguiría viva. Espero que este hipotético caso no se de nunca.
…muchas gracias por tu aporte, en esta área de lavandería…yo trabajo en una de un Hotel de 4 estrellas y no sabía de la máquina que dobla las toallas y la calandra la uso para planchar las sábanas de 1 y media, Queen Superior, King y King Superior…. son 100 % algodón hay un de 400 hilos que dan más trabajo de planchado y hay otras que son 1000 hilos super finos, excelente material para el planchado, lavado y desmanche….. son las mejores.!!……. en fin!!…un trabajo poco conocido y explicado en el rubro hotelero….muy agradecida de tu blog!!!
“HUELLITAS NOS ENSEÑA EL MAGNETISMO”. Autora: Ana Belén Béjar Pastor. Maestra de apoyo: Rosa Ana Lara Merino. Educación Infantil (5 años). CEIP Anibal (Los Mateos). Cartagena (Murcia). CPR de Cartagena. Asesora: Pilar García Contreras.
La actividad pretende demostrar que el aire pesa. Sin embargo, el peso del aire del globo debería estar contrarrestado por el empuje atmosférico, que según el principio de Arquímedes es igual al peso del aire desalojado por el globo.
Bueno, por si aún no se ha dado cuenta: Los responsables de este blog son en su mayoría científicos, sí de los de verdad, con título y todo. Gran parte de los comentaristas de este blog también tenemos titulación en ramas de ciencias. Ya sea biología, ciencias exactas o ingenierías varias. Sí, también con título y todo.
Los imanes pequeños son divertidos y útiles. Puedes hacer una variedad de trucos que muestran las propiedades de los imanes a la vez que hacen un espectáculo genial. O bien, puedes aplicar sus propiedades únicas con fines útiles, como quitar las baterías de dispositivos electrónicos o recoger grapas o alfileres.
Nadie es absolutamente… lo que sea. Gracias a Fran, he descubierto un planteamiento de Rafapal con el que muchos deben estar de acuerdo (incluso siendo de ciencias): «Al final es más fácil solucionar el planeta que solucionar mis problemas con las mujeres»
Cada día tengo más claro que el día que desaparezcan las religiones, la mitad de las maguferías desaparecerán con ellas, sobre todo después de leer el “folleto-didáctico-créeme-o-arderás-en-el-infierno-por-sodomita-y-mal-cristiano-el-par-biomagnético-funciona-¡imbécil!-y-ahora-no-respiro” de mandor

“Compra puede reemplazar los imanes por el detergente para ropa de Texas revisiones de imanes de lavandería”

7.2. Verificar que los soportes entregados con el formulario, correspondan a los previstos en el Manual de Inscripción de Prestadores de Servicios de Salud y Habilitación de Servicios de Salud. En caso de no corresponder, lo devolverá al prestador indicando la documentación o información faltante.
hay otro tratamiento en Madrid similar al del biomagnetismo, sintergetica , aplicada por el Dr. Fermin Moriano el que estuvo detenido por el tema de un agua creo que se llamaba big ban que era una estafa, y el Dr. Jorge Carvajal Posada, con consultorio en el Plantio de Madrid, informarse a traves de la wed sintergetica, alli observareis que es otro timo , falta de etica en el ejercicio de la medicina , con todo el daño que ello les puede causar.
Al fin de cuentas quizás la existencia de lavanderías autoservicio no sea tan paradójica, pues es un negocio de autoservicio como el café Internet o las bombas de gasolina. Pero es curioso que en uno de los países más ricos del mundo en donde el ideal de vida es una casa en el suburbio separada de los demás y a la que sólo se llega en carro, una de las interacciones comunitarias más significativas sea encontrarse a la gente en la lavandería, como se muestra en numerosas películas y series de TV; y no sea socialmente mal visto mostrar su ropa interior ante un público extraño, y peor aún sucia. Uno pensaría que así como el mercado impulsó a la gente a comprar a cada familia sus podadoras en vez de contar con un servicio mucho más eficiente de jardineros itinerantes, hubiera también llevado a la gente a tener cado uno su lavadora para usarla a su antojo en la comodidad de su hogar sin tener que compartir con cualquier extraño o vecino que le cae mal. Pero no.
5. Comprometerse a proporcionar un servicio posventa a los consumidores o usuarios sin advertirles claramente antes de contratar que el idioma en el que este servicio estará disponible no es utilizado en la operación comercial.
El piso es tal como se puede ver en las fotos, totalmente renovado y amueblado. Además, muy importante, todos los gastos (agua, electricidad, Internet, TV, una plaza de garaje, los gastos de la comunidad, etc.) están INCLUIDOS en el precio de 350 euros / mes. Mascotas permitidas.
– Manuel, estás tirando piedras contra tu propio tejado. Estos son parte de los voceras, estafadores, charlatanes y desvergonzados que componen el “staff” de Discovery Salud: Doctor SANTIAGO DE LA ROSA, doctora ESTHER DE LA PAZ, doctor LUIS GARCÍA CREMADES, doctor JOSE LUIS CASTILLO RECARTE y el doctor ALBERTO MARTI BOCH entre otros. No son curanderos ni brujos, ni charlatanes, son doctores en medicina, que han cursado sus estudios al igual que todos los demás doctores en España.
La respuesta que nos dan es… imanes. Nos prometen que un par imanes “especiales” colocados en la línea de ingreso del combustible son capaces de producir los formidables beneficios citados. ¿Y qué tienen que ver los imanes con la gasolina? ¿Cómo se supone que funciona (si es que realmente lo hace)? Pues, según las explicaciones del fabricante:
Viva vuestra Ciencia-Industria Medica que tanto servicio ha hecho a la humanidad. Me recuerda más un discurso tipo Torquemada que desplaza a Dios para reemplazarlo por la Ciencia Occidental y la Industria Medica que tan buenos resultados cosecha. Me parece alucinante, así es que pensáis qué quien utiliza la homeopatía es un chalado estafado y engañado y quien va a una consulta del medico en un hombre bien informado e inteligente que no se deja engañar por charlatanes. Expresaré mi perplejidad.
Un avance rápido hasta 1997. Mientras que la mayoría de los consumidores de hoy no toleran los esquemas de los planes de seguro medico que prevalecieron de épocas anteriores, todavía harán cualquier cosa para encontrar el alivio al dolor, los imanes se utilizan para aliviar el malestar asociado con la artritis, fibromialgia, síndrome de post-polio y migrañas.
3) Conozco muchos medicamentos que crean (entre otras cosas) falla hepática grave. Hasta se les hace propaganda por TV diciendo que son inocuos para el estómago y lo comparan con el ácido acetil salicidico como que si éstos fueran la panacea, y en lugar de ello, son muchísimo más tóxicas y peligrosas.
Hace 2000 años los griegos y los chinos ya conocían los imanes. Se sabía que había un mineral procedente de una ciudad de Asia Menor llamada Magnesia y que era capaz de atraer trozos de metal. Le dieron el nombre de magnetita. Por entonces los navegantes de todos los mares y océanos se guiaban por el movimiento del sol, la posición de las estrellas y el contorno tranquilizador de la costa. Usaban instrumentos más o menos sofisticados, como astrolabios, cuadrantes y sextantes, pero en medio de la niebla y la tormenta, las estrellas se ocultaban y los barcos se perdían. Pero mil años después de que se conociera la magnetita (Fe3O4), se aprendió que cuando se frotaban con ella pequeñas agujas de hierro, estas se ponían siempre en la misma dirección. Y desde entonces, las brújulas permitieron trazar rumbos con mayor precisión y seguridad. Aquí se explica cómo construir una brújula casera.
De entrada conviene no confundirlo con ciertos tipos de terapias magnéticas documentadas y en uso en algunos hospitales para la cicatrización y la curación de fracturas. El biomagnetismo es la creencia de que dos imanes pueden “depurar” el cuerpo, haciendo que los campos magnéticos “nivelen” el PH del cuerpo y eliminen virus y bacterias.
Observo que en el blog del tal minotj se recomienda a los enfermos de cáncer que abandonen la quimioterapia y la cirugía y los sustituyan por una terapia “chamánica” con imanes que el propio autor reconoce que no se basa en “ningún estudio científico serio”. Eso es simplemente terrorismo sanitario.
Y aqui viene lo fuerte: (NACLO2) ha sido utilizado con éxito en todo tipo de infecciones(de orina, próstata, ovarios, útero, bucal, etc), asma, hepatitis, tuberculosis, artritis, malaria, todo tipo de parásitos, congestiones, diabetes, herpes, acné, cándida, apendicitis, entre otras. Está reconocido como el mejor desinfectante y contra todo virus, bacteria, hongo, parásito. sinceramente suena a TIMO total, pero yo me he comprado el producto,(quien no va a querer algo asi jejeje y mas cuando es barato) El caso es que me ha llegado el producto y ahora no quiero tomarlo porque hay que ser un insensato total para meterse eso en el cuerpo sin saber totalmente a ciencia cierta que no me va a quemar por dentro!!!! esa es la razon de este post. Busco informacion, a ver si alguien puede arrojar mas luz sobre esto, a ver si fuera verdad que funciona y me arreglo las encias! (y las de muchas otras personas que tienen problemas bucales)
Pues no, no la he probado, y tampoco he probado un retroviral contra el VIH, ni la lanzadera espacial, ni he entrado en una mina de carbón. Tampoco he visitado la Antártida ni montado en poney, incluso -por mucho que me pese- no he montado nunca en globo.

“Best Magnetic Laundry Symbols Reviews laundry magnet reviews”

(2) Fifty bucks a set is more typical, but even that has to be an outrageous markup inasmuch as there’s an outfit in Hong Kong that will sell them to you for $3.60 a pair. (Minor drawback: you have to go to Hong Kong to pick them up.)
Physics shows that chemicals change weight under the influence of magnetic fields. So does water. More hydroxyl (OH-) ions are created to form calcium bicarbonate and other alkaline molecules. It is these molecules that help to reduce acidity.
Still, the apparent safety of the pureWash and Wash It systems doesn’t change the fact that they don’t really work better than most detergents. And that of course diminishes the money savings—which aren’t that great to begin with. For example, the $300 pureWash is supposed to last 10 years. Depending on how often you do the laundry, it would take anywhere from 8 to 11 years to use about $300 of one of our Best Buy detergents—and of course you’d have really clean clothes in the process.             
Here’s a one quart bottle of “Super Floc” sold on Amazon.com for just $14.99. It binds with and ultimately helps remove dirt, metals, pesticides, fluoride and other contaminants from swimming pools. That doesn’t mean you should drink it, however.
The “invention” they sell is two magnets encased in rubbery plastic, which you’re supposed to put into your washing machine instead of detergent.  The Web site claims, “Research by Physicist Dr. Hendrick Lorentz shows that with the right magnetic fields, water molecules (H2O) [sic] are made to have similar effects that detergent chemicals do… in other words, they stick to other tiny particles like dirt, and carry them off!”
The Life Miracle® Magnetic Laundry System works under a unique means of water maintenance through direct application of magnetic force. Water has long been known as the “universal solvent”. The Laundry System incorporates powerful, specially calibrated magnetism to help alter the basic nature of water and increase its natural solvency.
Some magnetic products claim that they “change the molecular structure of water”,[13] a pseudoscientific claim with no real scientific basis.[2] There is no such thing as “magnetized water”.[11] Water is not paramagnetic, which means that water molecules don’t align in the presence of a magnetic field.[11] Water is repelled by magnets because it’s diamagnetic, but to such a small degree that most instruments can’t detect it.[14]
Many of the reports supporting MWT seem to be in rather obscure journals and conference proceedings. This may in part reflect the fact that water treatment is far from being a “leading edge” science— despite its importance and the fact that much remains about the mechanisms of precipitation and scale formation.
The magnets will not significantly improve the agitation in the wash. The only way to do that is not to overload the washer, and also frankly to use a front-loading washer rather than a top-loading washer, since the front-loaders achieve far better agitation with less water and less detergent.
… but if you think chlorine is bad, consider a substance that had proven deadly to far more people: see the “Ban DHMO” (dihydrogen monoxide) Page! Chlorine, like any gas, is less soluble in hot water than in cold, so it is likely that some chlorine is released in a shower– although as one who often takes long, hot showers, I’ve never noticed it, even in places like Istanbul where the water is almost too highly chlorinated to be potable. However, it is not at all clear how a magnetic device can reduce the emission of chlorine, a gas that is completely unaffected by magnetic fields. One wonders where the chlorine is supposed to go!
The US Federal Trade Commission has taken action against some of the manufacturers of these products because of their misleading claims.[7] Consumer organizations from several countries have recommended against buying this type of product.
As a chemistry illiterate, I did fall for the ads (particularly as the ‘system’ is also sold on Amazon and has several good reviews there – but that actually doesn’t mean anything as Amazon does not represent itself as a moral compass and I should have remembered my unsuccessful attempts to get the company to remove a disgusting ‘Christian’ book that advocates whipping offspring, even babies).
Or is it more likely that you’re too dimwitted to understand the proof that I and others have proven that these magnets are a scam? (The four spelling errors in four sentences, one of them a run-on, would seem to support that theory.)
The Magnet Ball can also be used dishwashers (on the bottom shelf), toilet tanks (to reduce hard water build up in your toilet bowl), and I have even heard of some people who use them in their tub while drawing a bath!
^ Jump up to: a b c d e Sanidad frena el timo de la ‘ecobola’. El Instituto Nacional de Consumo requiere a 14 fabricantes que acaben con la publicidad engañosa de estos productos, Público, Ainhoa Iriberri, 5 February 2011, Spanish. “The Instituto Nacional del Consumo (INC) has required the manufacturers of laundry balls (…) (also called ecoballs) to cease their deceiving publicity (…) The requirement has been issued after the making (…) of a study on 14 brands of ecoballs, made to find out the most obvious: if it’s true that they are effective to wash clothes. The results of the work offer no doubts: the laundry balls do clean, yes, but the same or even less than water.”
Yes, it is a good idea to periodically clean the inside of your Magnet Ball. This is especially important if any member of your family works in an industrial  setting, where they may get metal filings in or on their clothes (eg. welders).  The Magnet Ball will draw these out of the water and into it’s center, and unless the ball is cleaned out, these metal filings will rust.  To clean your Magnet Ball, simply run a microfiber cloth through the center hole of the ball a number of times, until you notice it is coming out clean.
“By holding purified water, fresh juice or herbal teas in the Magnetic Energy Cup for 5 minutes or more, your liquids become restructured, ‘living’ and charged with energy. The magnets in the Magnetic Energy Cup can change the actual structure of liquids, increase the negative ions (good ions), make the liquids more alkaline and increase the amount of oxygen available for your cells. Another measured benefit of magnetized water is that its surface tension is lowered, which makes the water absorb much easier through the human membranes. What actually happens is that water gains ‘living’ liquid energy!” [link]
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has also warned that ethoxylated alcohol surfactants, such as APEs, may be contaminated with carcinogenic 1, 4-dioxane, which penetrates skin. Tests conducted in 1997 by the Washington Toxics Coalition found that supermarket or drugstore labels are more likely to contain APEs.
The word “miracle” is appropriate since the results were startling. Not only a successful wash with no detergent for the first time in my life but (did I imagine this?) I thought the results were cleaner than usual!…I have been rapturous in promoting your product to everyone I know. They are remarkable and very strongly appeal to my ecological nature.
A: Absolutely. We just recommend that if you have a front loader, you place the Magnetic Laundry System units in the pockets of a pair of pants or in a pair of thick socks before running the cycle (preferably pants pockets). This eliminates any noise the force of the horizontal axis may create. Although magnetic force should not be in direct contact with electronics, the Magnetic Laundry System is used in the water drum and is far enough away to have zero impact on the electronic controls if used properly. Just do not rest them on the electronic control panel. Also, the two Magnetic Laundry System units combined weigh just a fraction of one pair of wet jeans (12 ounces compared to 80 ounces respectively). So you don’t need to be concerned with any significant added weight.

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Because of the logistical problems of doing laundry where I live, I have to wear the same outfit for a week; my clothes get extremely dirty. I figured this would be a good test of their magnets. To my surprise, my clothes came out pretty clean! Almost sold… ALMOST. Gotta figure out how this works, because as far as I can tell, this SHOULD NOT WORK.
The purpose of this Web page is to examine the scientific validity of the claims for magnetic products, especially those related to water, in order to help counter some of the sales hype that is rampant in this field and has given it something of a bad name. Many of these claims relate to scientific principles that are frequently mis-stated or are simply wrong, but which may not be recognized as such by those whose command of chemistry and physics is lacking. It is hoped that this information will help consumers to make their own informed decisions about the validity of these products.
Some magnetic products claim that they “change the molecular structure of water”,[13] a pseudoscientific claim with no real scientific basis.[2] There is no such thing as “magnetized water”.[11] Water is not paramagnetic, which means that water molecules don’t align in the presence of a magnetic field.[11] Water is repelled by magnets because it’s diamagnetic, but to such a small degree that most instruments can’t detect it.[14]
“A gentleman friend of mine places one of his discs in his fish aquarium (with fish)… swears he almost never has to clean and change their water. At least not as often as he used to. Fish are thriving… After shampooing my hair, I spray my hair with structured water, it DE-TANGLES, leaves my hair less frizzy… While I am running my bath water, I put the disc in the tub. I Leave it in while bathing. I Can’t believe how soft I feel after. For you ladeeeees, I spray it on my legs, no Shaving cream needed, or soap lather, The razor just glides. After washing my face, I sprits my face with the structured water, My face feels so smooth, although I still use a moisturizer.”
That blog has exactly one article on it: a review of the Magnetic Laundry System. And it’s not actually a “review,” it’s actually a marketing piece trying to convince you to buy the Magnetic Laundry System.
Water “hardness” is a measure of dissolved mineral content. As water seeps through soil and aquifers, it often contacts minerals such as limestone and dolomite. Under the right conditions, small amounts of these minerals will dissolve in the ground water and the water will become “hard.” Water hardness is quantified by the concentration of dissolved hardness minerals. The most common hardness minerals are carbonates and sulfates of magnesium and calcium. Water with a total hardness mineral concentration of less than about 17 parts per million (ppm) is categorized as “soft” by the Water Quality Association (Harrison 1993). “Moderately hard” water has a concentration of 60 to 120 ppm. “Very hard” water exceeds 180 ppm.
It is true that if you want your laundry smelling like something then you might not like these, but I don’t need that. Also, I want to try using essential oils on my dryer balls to impart a scent. That might be a good way to go if you do want your laundry having a scent.
Magnetic Laundry System – a laundry washing detergent substitute which is patented and scientifically validated to work! Who else wants to clean their clothes by natural means, without needing cleaning agents and save hard earned cash too?
Every cell in the human body can be viewed as a small magnetic unit. This property is present in all organs. Each cell produce its own magnetic field. Any disturbance in this magnetic field indicates a disorder. This equilibrium can be restored-with the help of magnets according to many researchers.
Magnetic water softeners claim that their magnetic fields can help remove scale from the washing machine and pipes, and prevent new limescale from adhering.[11] Some companies claim to remove hardness ions from hard water, or to precipitate the molecules in the water so they won’t “stick” to the pipes, or to reduce the surface tension of water.[11] The claims are dubious, the scientific basis is unclear, the working mechanism is vaguely defined and understudied, and high-quality studies report negative results.[11] The reputation of these products is further damaged by the pseudoscientific explanations that promoters keep putting forward.[11]
In February 2011 the Spanish National Institute of Consume (Instituto Nacional del Consumo INC) ordered 14 manufacturers to cease their deceiving advertisement after testing the wash balls and concluding that they are as effective, or even less effective, than washing with water alone.[5]
Magnetic Laundry System functions truly with any type of washing. Several of the equipment are produced with the plastic drum, however this magnetic system could suit plastic likewise. This magnetic laundry system operates in all the kind of devices. That’s the elegance of this system. Magnetic Laundry System is utilized in a water drum, as well as this suffices to have an absolutely no result on digital controls when utilized appropriately. Simply do not leave them on the digital control board. Additionally, both magnetic systems of the washing incorporated are the weight of simply a set of classy pants. So you do not should bother with a noteworthy included weight. There is no fragrance contributed to this Magnetic Laundry System, yet the scent after the cleaning utilizing this magnet resembles mountain rainfall as well as springtime bloom scent.
First off, let me tell everyone: I do cat rescue. In a LARGE way. This means it is not all cute cats and kittens all fluffy on a pillow, ready for adoption. This is the nitty gritty, crawl in the dirt to catch the kittens in the bushes, trap feral cats, care for hospice cats, the works. My car is a billboard for rescue magnets 🙂
Perhaps you missed the part where many highly educated, knowledgeable scientists with training in this area — you know, instead of crackpot herbalists like you — have debunked the idea that throwing a couple of magnets into a washing machine will get the clothes cleaner.
As water moves through the induced magnetic field, the static charge on the water molecules is changed from negative to positive due to current being generated by the moving water (Faraday’s Law). The current produced by the flow also causes some water molecules to ionize (dissociate), forming hydronium ions (H+) and hydroxyl ions (OH-). Oxidation (corrosion) is prevented by the physical fact that the negative oxygen is repelled by the ground negative (cathodically protected) pipe. Negative scale ions are also repelled. (Basic law of Physics: similarities repel) If walls of negative pipe are contaminated with hard deposits (scale), positive hydronium ions work to convert hard deposits (scale) into soft deposits (aragonite), which are eventually removed and precipitate out into the tower basin. [link]
THEN I thought, hmm, here’s the real test, I have recently been working on a cat hoarder house …. the lady would buy things and open the carton (case in point, from Animal Rescue Site, some footies with pawprints) and never use the item, so the cats would go in the box and pee on everything…. (note: cats did not have proper litterpans in this home).
Other readers pointed out numerous explanations for the fact that, in our tests, laundry balls seemed to work as well as regular detergent: (1) laundry often contains a lot of residual detergent from earlier washings; (2) the stain remover often recommended for use with laundry balls itself contains detergent; and (3) the laundry ball may work by mechanical action — the equivalent of beating clothes on a rock. And of course you can’t discount good old wishful thinking, which one suspects was a factor in the glowing evaluation by David Harris above.
A 1960 survey of municipal water supplies in one hundred U.S. cities revealed that water hardness ranged from 0 to 738 ppm with a median of 90 ppm (see Singley 1984). Ion-exchange water softeners are capable of reducing the hardness of the incoming water supply to between 0 and 2 ppm, which is well below the levels where scale and soap precipitation are significant.
I am trying to return the laundry magnets now. I, too, have had no return calls to the two I left and am now communicating by email. If any of you know the address of DetergentTruth.com, I can send them back without an RA# and use the proof of postage sent to let me credit card deal with it.
I’m going to be totally honest.  I was EXTREMELY skeptical of using magnets to clean our laundry.  But after 6 months of use I am totally convinced.  But don’t just take my word for it.  There are TONS of other reviews out there.
I like to think I am pretty thorough when it comes to my research (I don’t like wasting money, or getting scammed), yet every post about this product has a positive spin, even though you outed them 8 years ago!
      If you absolutely cannot live without a scent on your clothes, then just use one scented dryer sheet. There is simply no reason to pile all of the other scented chemicals on your clothes. And you need to know that most of these are very unhealthy for your skin and respiratory system, so the less you use, the better off you are. Some of those red eyes, rashes and runny noses are not because of allergies, but due to the perfume and petrochemicals left behind in your clothes.
It is worrisome that the U.S. Department of Energy, which also looks after nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons, should have its name associated with such sophomoric science. This is likely not an uncommon result of what happens when research organizations go grubbing for government money for projects in which neither they nor the sponsoring agency have scientifically competent personnel available to review the work.
[It] features magnetic technology that was inspired by rainstorms … Pure rainwater falls from clouds that contain a strong electromagnetic field – the source of lightning. Rain passes through this highly charged field of energy.
The important question here, though, is whether magnetic water treatment works. In an effort to find the answer, I conducted a search for relevant scientific and engineering journal articles. I describe the results of this search below.
Consumer Reports magazine (Denver 1996) tested a $535 magnetic water treatment device from Descal-A-Matic Corporation. Two electric water heaters were installed in the home of one of the Consumer Reports staffers. The hard water (200 ppm) entering one of the heaters was first passed through the magnetic treatment device. The second water heater received untreated water. The water heaters were cut open after more than two years and after more than 10,000 gallons of water were heated by each heater. The tanks were found to contain the same quantity and texture of scale. Consumer Reports concluded that the Descal-A-Matic unit was ineffective.
Though our home washing machine has a metal tub, I did take these on the road with us and ended up trying this out at one of the AirBnB’s we stayed in on a trip.  The washing machine had a plastic tub.
The purpose of MWT is of course to inhibit scale deposition; whether it can also “soften” the water in the sense of removing the ions of calcium and similar elements that form soap scum and leave deposits on evaporation is not clear.
How does it work? “Makers of the Eurowash Laundry Ball mount 4 powerful, permanent magnets in a durable plastic bracket which is then covered with a tough, vulcanized blue rubber. Two tunnels through the middle of the ball allow water to flow directly through the focused magnetic fields. The result is a virtually indestructable water restructuring device.”
The Magnetic Laundry System works under a unique means of water maintenance through direct application of magnetic force. Water has long been known as the “universal solvent”. The Laundry System incorporates powerful, specially calibrated magnetism to help alter the basic nature of water and increase its natural solvency.
I’m not going to blow smoke up your you-know-what and tell you this magnet system cured that problem overnight.  But I’ll tell you what DID happen.  After a couple months of washing without detergent, the smell of his nasty gym clothes actually got better. 
Except, of course, that everything you do to make money in your life is predicated on convincing people that “mainstream” is bad and “alternative” is good, so convincing people that the people debunking crackpot science are all part of the mainstream conspiracy helps you sell more of your own products.
Tretyakov, I. G., E. S. Denisov, and A. N. Solovev. 1975. Effects of magnetic field treatment on electrophysical properties of aviation fuels. Operational Properties of Fuels, Lubricants and Technical Liquids Used in Civil Aviation [Kiev] 1: 41-42. [In Russian.]
Rather, the questions at hand are (a) do wimpy magnets like the ones you sell “influence water” in any significant way, and (b) does whatever “influence” they have on the water actually have any impact on the water’s ability to clean clothes?

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 Ahora que ya sabemos la respuesta de “SI” y “NO”, tomaremos la lista de los pares y comenzaremos a leer par por par, cuando la respuesta es “NO” (pies disparejos), paso al siguiente par, y si la respuesta es “SI”, pies parejos, anoto ese par ya que ese par “SI” corresponde al tratamiento del consultante
La normativa para que un compuesto sea considerado medicamento contra una diana específica SI es estricta. Habla con cualquiera que trabaje en una farmacéutica y te lo dirá. El nivel baja con los suplementos, que no son considerados medicamentos, cosa que aprovechan los pseudomédicos para colar sus pócimas como si fuesen el bálsamo de Fierabrás.
Además de los estándares exigidos para todos los servicios, cuenta con un registro con el nombre de los pacientes atendidos o trasladados, fecha, hora, origen y destino del servicio, tipo de servicio, nombre del personal que atiende el servicio, evolución y procedimientos durante el traslado o atención de los pacientes en el programa o servicio. Cuenta con registros de los cuidados encargados a la familia.
El profesional tratante que pida la opinión de otro colega es responsable del tratamiento y de otras decisiones y recomendaciones entregadas al paciente. Sin embargo, el teleexperto es responsable de la calidad de la opinión que entrega, y debe especificar las condiciones en las que la opinión es válida, estando obligado a abstenerse de participar si no tiene el conocimiento, competencia o suficiente información del paciente, para dar una opinión fundamentada.
aaah y Manuel, si no quedas conforme con los casos que te conte, acepto el reto, pero no se que consecuencias sufren los “profesionales de la salud” cuando no curan a alguien..cargo de conciencia? en contadas ocasiones..
El biomagnetismo sirve para todo, es decir, sirve para todo lo que quiera el que aplica el TIMO, y sobre todo sirve para que los TIMADORES se llenen los bolsillos de plata, engañando a la gente aprovechandose de su desesperación e ignorancia sobre lo que están recibiendo
¿Crees que los hoteles de la ciudad son sólo para los turistas?, descubre la promoción para esta Cincomarzada, y te daremos razones por las que tú también tienes que disfrutarlos. Porque no hay nada comparable a ¡regalarse momentos! http://bit.ly/2Eu3EuX  #Zaragozapic.twitter.com/HlYfBwMhFZ
–          Abarca un amplio público objetivo, respecto a diferentes culturas, estratos sociales y necesidades por amplitud horaria. Estos centros están disponibles en franjas horarias muy amplias, algunos incluso las 24 horas al día, como es el caso de la franquicia La Wash.
Manuel #477 “Terribilis, pues me he puesto a contestar a Maria con más calma y me ha salido tal ladrillo que he decidido subirlo como artículo” Okie.. le echaré un vistazo, y ahí dejaré un comentario. je
Buen intento aeurus, pero no coló, soy desmasiado pregunton, y lo primero que te pediria en el hipotectico caso de que me quisieras vender un conejito volador, es que salvando mi ignorancia en los dos primeros temas, el tercero es poco probable salvo que existan determinadas circunstancias (que le pongas la pulserita que te hace levitar) o que lo lances al aire con fuerza, ademas de la ayudas de la técnica de las que dispusieras, avion, helicoptero, cohete, etc,
Y cabe mencionar que NO soy promotor ni vendedor, la compré hace poco por el apoyo ecológico y ambiental que esto representa, y aunque estoy fascinado con el resultado, no había hecho pruebas. Además, si investigan un poquito más a fondo, esta tecnología ya existía en Europa hace más de 10 años sobre todo en España, donde es bastante utilizada, sólo que en México no es tan conocida y SmartKlean, o EcoBola, o la marca que sea, NO son los pioneros ni creadores originales de la bola, únicamente han ido perfeccionando la tecnología.
Porque mientras haya charlatanes que aconsejen dejar la medicación para someterse a un par de imanes, agua con azúcar o luces del himalaya, nos enfrentamos a una peligrosa amenaza para la salud y la propia vida.
Si el punto 2.- es cierto en algún caso, será porque habrá acertado de casualidad. De posibles contraindicaciones, mejor ni hablamos. Y si no las tuviere, tampoco nos libraríamos de dejar los tratamientos tradicionales, para lo cuál estas terapias a día de hoy, en el mejor de los casos serían un complemento.
En cuanto al padre de esta disciplina, suele presentarse como poseedor de títulos académicos como doctorado en “Medicina Bioenergética” por la Universidad Internacional de Oxford, que nada tiene que ver con la famosa Oxford University de Inglaterra. Ésta última hizo una declaración asegurando no tener constancia de que este señor hubiera recibido ningún título por parte de la Universidad. Ante esto, algunos Colegios de Médicos como el de Costa Rica presentaron denuncias por estafa y ejercicio ilegal de la profesión [4].
Pues a mí esas declaraciones no me ajustan con lo que se dice de su CV. “Dr. Isaac Goiz Durán: es médico cirujano egresado de la Universidad Autónoma de Puebla y fisioterapeuta graduado en la Escuela de Medicina Física del Hospital Americano Británico”. Una de dos, o las frases anteriores se las escribió la señora de la limpieza porque él no tenía tiempo, o bien ese CV está algo “exagerado” 😉
Más allá de los artículos que ponen acá en donde desenmascaran este tipo de payasadas y que me remiten al ejemplo, quizá más inocuo, de las pulseritas Avon, en el fondo es lo mismo: aprovecharse de la credulidad de la gente.
Desde luego, si encontraran dichas pruebas, sería algo positivo para la sociedad. A nadie gusta, creo, que los timadores se aprovechen de nuestros miedos y desconocimientos. Pero hasta entonces mejor harían en dejar de ser tan dogmáticos, en dejar de vender certezas que no tienen y en reconocer sencillamente que, a falta de pruebas, todo lo que tienen son _creencias._
Hola amigos de “La Ciencia y sus Demonios”. Os sigo desde hace tiempo pero hasta hoy no me he decidido a hacer ningún comentario. Aparte de felicitaros por el blog me gustaría decir unas cosillas sobre el tema del biomagnetismo:
Manuel y cual es tu experiencia al respecto para afirmar que esta terapia no sirve?? Me parece mas nocivo discutir sin fundamento que los charlatanes , como vos decis. O estaras protegiendo la industria farmaceutica ??? No es peor acaso la cantidad de médicos que amparados por sus títulos matan a sus pacientes por burros ??? y de esos no hablas?? o los que se llenan de dinero por la industria de la medicina ?? Médicos que dan a sus pacientes medicamentos tras medicamentos hasta que por ahi le pegan y pueden curarlos por que no tienen la mas minima idea de lo que pasa ??? Dejemonos de hacernos los eruditos y hablar de lo que no sabemos y lo que es peor dejemos de repetir lo que dicen los que dicen que saben.

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… but if you think chlorine is bad, consider a substance that had proven deadly to far more people: see the “Ban DHMO” (dihydrogen monoxide) Page! Chlorine, like any gas, is less soluble in hot water than in cold, so it is likely that some chlorine is released in a shower– although as one who often takes long, hot showers, I’ve never noticed it, even in places like Istanbul where the water is almost too highly chlorinated to be potable. However, it is not at all clear how a magnetic device can reduce the emission of chlorine, a gas that is completely unaffected by magnetic fields. One wonders where the chlorine is supposed to go!

One major vendor warns of the supposed dangers of conventional detergents (they are, after all, “petrochemicals”!) One of their pages provides links to a report from an outside testing lab that, if genuine, gives all appearances of itself having been “laundered” in that no comparisons of the effectiveness of their magnetic balls are made with non-magnetic balls (or even with rocks!), or with conventional detergents.

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Influence of altering magnetic field on chemical properties of water, scale formation and morphology was studied using polyethylene and copper pipes located both in a laboratory pilot-system and in an apartment complex formed by five different buildings each having four or five different homes. In the pilot network, magnetic field decreased calcium scaling by 15% in the both studied piping materials. Also, surface film on the copper pipe appeared to be less compact by the magnetic exposure. In the studies conducted in the apartment complex, magnetic field effectively mobilized earlier accumulated iron and copper from the copper pipe surfaces especially dealing with a hot water circuit.

Anyways… People will agree and disagree. Some will believe things that are not true, and some will never believe something that is true. Some will try to prove things just like you are doing. However, actually having a controlled test is very meaningful and I applaud your efforts.

Also I never use laundry stain pre-treaters either I use just Dawn original formula dish soap (because it’s a concentrated de-greaser) or Dawn mixed with hydrogen peroxide and apply it to the stain then throw it in the hamper to wash later or wash immediately. For old stains, give it more time to sit. The peroxide can bleach certain things though, so if you’re unsure about a colored item try making a tiny spot on an inside seam and letting it dry. I use maybe 2 bottles of detergent and a bottle of Dawn each year on my laundry. That’s only about $25 bucks a year on soap, beats that magnet company’s price by a lot. I could see through their silly advertisements immediately though I did fall for the dryer ball craze when it was first sold at Bed Bath and Beyond, but got my money back easily.

I bought two sets of these magnets from Water Liberty (buying 2 at a discount was an option, and I do laundry at a laundromat). Other than the fact that I’ve felt a reduction in itchy skin I’ve noticed no significant difference between using the magnets and using detergent. If that is also achieved with just plain water, then I’ll admit I’ve been had. Money wall spent for the lesson, I guess. The homemade detergent made with Naphtha soap, laundry soda and 20 Mule Team Borax that I read about elsewhere on this blog sounds worthwhile. Maybe I’ll use the magnets to improve the agitation in the wash. Laundry detergent is pretty expensive.

Physics shows that chemicals change weight under the influence of magnetic fields. So does water. More hydroxyl (OH-) ions are created to form calcium bicarbonate and other alkaline molecules. It is these molecules that help to reduce acidity.

Wow! This was quite informative. I am sorry you all went through this “crap”. I am so trusting and have gone through this kind of thing with other products and learned too late of the scam and usually lost money and time and my temper and to no avail (nothing done about it). You all saved me from this mistake on these magnets. While I am sorry you are going through this and trying to get your money back or some solution — I thank you very much for being a pioneer to the truth. Jan

An internal report (PDF format) by a group of engineers at the U.S. Dept of Energy’s Lawrence Livermore Laboratory describes a carefully-done series of experiments that failed to reveal any beneficial effects of MWT at one of their water treatment facilities.

It was really easy to use the magnetic system, and the box has a brochure inside with directions and information. The company recommends you use hot water and run a normal-sized load of laundry. I usually wash my clothes in cold water, so I was a little nervous about this step. I decided to go warm, and luckily, no colors bled!

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Although one purpose of detergents is to reduce the surface tension of water so as to encourage it to spread evenly over a surface instead of forming droplets, the primary role of a detergent is to “solubilize” small particles of grease-like “dirt”. Detergent molecules tend to be long chains that possess water-soluble properties on one end, and water-insoluble (oil-like) properties on the other end. Operating on the principle that “like dissolves like”, the water-insoluble ends tend to embed themselves in the dirt particles so that the water-soluble ends stick out, disguising the particle as water-soluble and enabling it to be washed away. I am not aware that any claims that magnets can serve this function.

A more recent study by Amiri and Dadkhah offers a good bibliography of earlier work in this field. Their careful study, which involved direct surface tension measurements (using a tensiometer rather than capillary rise), led them to conclude that the changes they observed were likely due to the effects of impurities, and that no meaningful conclusions about the effects of magnetic fields on surface tension can be drawn from existing studies, including those of Cho mentioned above.

I saw the ad for the magnets the other day, and was tempted to buy them. The comments on the ad were glowing in praise. But the show-me skeptickism prevailed. Yes, it was shown to be too-good-to-be-true. Thanks for your testing methods!

Magnetic force is one of the most powerful forces on earth. In fact, the earth itself is like a giant magnet with a north and south pole. It is an amazing source of natural energy. Even the weak magne…

With regard to what really does work to clean laundry, I agree that the ingredients commercial detergents probably aren’t the best for the environment, or human health, but without some sort of soap/detergent, you will not get your laundry clean. Front loading washers are far superior to top loaders, and they require far less soap. You can go on Pinterest where there are lots of recipes for home made laundry soap. Some look interesting enough to be worth trying. With regard to commercial products, OxyClean is truly an amazing product to treat stains. I have been using it for 20 years, from back when it was expensive, and only available from those “as seen on TV” offers. Because it really works, every store now sells it, and for years now I only buy the generic version from the dollar store, which works just as well. As for actual laundry detergent, by far the best is Persil. I used to have to buy it from an overpriced, upscale specialty grocery, paying $50 for a large box, but it was worth it. Now I can buy it from my local grocery, or Walmart. It is truly the best, and no, I don’t work for the company.

Unlike other laundry detergents, Magnetic Laundry System not only cleans the stains from your clothes but also kills the bacterias and microorganisms that can be dangerous to adults as well as babies. It is proven that Magnetic Laundry System kills 99% of bacterias, 82% mould and 80% germs. You do not even have to worry about stinky clothes, as your clothes won’t have a bad smell for sure.

I have found that the skin irritation from laundry detergent is from the fragrance. I cannot be in the same room as a box of Gain detergent. I use the kind without perfume. I remember when most homes had a bar of Naptha soap for laundry, it worked great.

I work in the restaurant business, I like them to try them on our clothing before I buy them. Getting out grease, blood, and different sauces is a pain. I really haven’t found anything that works 100%

I do not know Jonathan’s motivation to spend such an enormous amount of effort and time to attack a product and a company that is doing our very best to do a little good in the world, but all we can do is move on from here.

These items in the box were brand new, and the urine had been on them since appx December (so 4-5 months back). I thought, this will be the acid test for these magnets. Well, there was one sock on top which got the brunt of the stain and the smell. That stain was a dark orange color it had been dried on there so long. The stain came out. All the socks had no stains now… (they were all packaged together, stacked)…. however the top one still had a faint odor. I re-washed it and it came out odor-free. Now THAT is a test to pass for sure….(note to everyone: anything I can clean and get back to the lady, I am doing it – so these socks are going back to her house after the major cleanup is done).

If particles are actually precipitated, it should be possible to observe them, either by direct collection in a micropore filter or indirectly by light-scattering methods (nephthelometry), but there are no apparent reports of this.

The negative field of a magnet is used most often to correctly stimulate (potentiate) and reorganize the electron (spin) charge which results in creating the healthy cellular charge state of a strong-negative potential.

Consumers buy over $3 billion worth of laundry-detergent products per year. The Magnetic Laundry System has been on the market for eight years, and the manufacturer claims that it makes most of those billions of dollars worth of detergent obsolete. Nevertheless, its sales even today are miniscule. Is that plausible if it really works?

“By holding purified water, fresh juice or herbal teas in the Magnetic Energy Cup for 5 minutes or more, your liquids become restructured, ‘living’ and charged with energy. The magnets in the Magnetic Energy Cup can change the actual structure of liquids, increase the negative ions (good ions), make the liquids more alkaline and increase the amount of oxygen available for your cells. Another measured benefit of magnetized water is that its surface tension is lowered, which makes the water absorb much easier through the human membranes. What actually happens is that water gains ‘living’ liquid energy!” [link]

There is no independent scientific research on the Web site pertaining to the efficacy of the product.  Under the heading “Clinical Research” on the Web page is not proof that the magnets work, but rather quotes from a 2005 Sierra Club press release about supposedly dangerous chemicals in laundry detergents.  The pamphlet that comes with the product says that it has been “independently proven,” but there is no evidence of this.

It’s hard to say how many of the folks selling detergent placebos know about their bogus nature. Some are probably just as taken in as their customers. Others, like The AwareHouse (which calls their product The Emperor’s New Detergent) or Judy & Company (which sells a product they’ve dubbed “Snake Oils” which “have specially treated waters called Structured Waters”) probably sleep well at night despite vending bunk.

Agreed. Though I fully appreciate and agree with the accusations, observations, and demands here, I do agree that any good technology can brushed into oblivion by the rich powers-that-be. Electric cars is a great example. Even if using a detergent is needed at times, I’m certain that there are less caustic formulas and cheaper methods than those that most of us buy. That understanding does not mean that magnets is one of those cases. Thanks to this article, I now understand that they most likely do not work. Thanks.

Having said that, my motivation is that I believe you are ripping people off, and I don’t believe in standing by idly and watching people get ripped off. And it is more than my own personal belief — it is in fact a religious obligation handed down by the Jewish Sages, based on Leviticus 19:16, “You shall not stand idly by the blood of your brother.”

When it finished spinning, I was right there pulling out the towels and sticking my nose into them….NO SMELL….a “clean” smell – but not perfume….I was astonished and ended up sniffing almost every towel in that load….

A lot of articles appearing in the technical (as opposed to peer-reviewed scientific) literature are written by people whose apparent ignorance of physics and chemistry leads them to concoct unrealistic theories of how MWT might work.

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In a several very detailed case histories, Mr. Keister concludes that in every instance, the observed reduction in scaling could be attributed to changes in operating procedures or to other aspects of water chemistry, particularly the presence of phosphates.

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{Non-chemical technologies for scale and hardness control}. This 1998 document which has been withdrawn from circulation was a Federal Technology Alert from the U.S. Department of Energy that presented a suspiciously uncritical case for both magnetic and electrostatic water treatment. It provided no references to support the claims made, and the explanations of how these devices are supposed to work were scientifically naive. The report was apparently compiled by the Battelle Research Institute, which may have farmed out some of the work to the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
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After reading your article especially the above paragraph I am now even happier to use the laundry magnets. I have been using them for over a month and before that was using the pellet balls, I am saying this to inform you that I was not using any chemicals prior to using magnetic balls and they still did a good job and I am satisfied with them especially after reading that even plain water cleans thus you don’t really need any harmful chemicals to wash your clothes !! especially if they leave a chemical residue on the clothes even after the rinse cycle. Who wants nasty chemicals on their skin ?? I have a 4 year old boy and comes home with a very dirty uniform, magnets (or maybe just the water) do a very good job in cleaning it. I wash with cold water and don’t use any softner and clothes come out soft too. You might consider them as a scam but I am happy with the result. My mum has been using them too for over a month and she is pleased with the results. For any stubborn stains I use a pre treatment just like I did long ago when I washed with good quality detergents. Maybe you should investigate the harm the “common detergets” are doing to people and the environment and evaluate the pros and cons. Clothes are eventually discarded or grown out of in case of kids but not in the case of our health and the environment.
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A.  The most obvious and important fact is that using the MLS instead of detergents is preventing petrochemicals from getting dumped into our fresh water supplies, helping to preserve our most valuable natural resource critical for human survival. Furthermore, bypassing the rinse cycle can save massive additional water usage (20-40 gallons of fresh water per load), electricity (derived mostly from burning coal and oil which are big pollutants), natural gas (for heating the extra water) and sewage. It also may possibly help reduce the causes of global warming–since such a massive amount of detergents are made and used around the world, significant resources (fossil fuels) are used in its manufacturing and delivery. 
Can you use the magnet ball in the dryer to dry clothes etc quicker/more effectively as many larger items such as linen can turn into a ‘ball’ and not dry as effectively. Can it assist? Is it safe?
The hard numbers show that the store-bought detergent did 4 percent better across the board at stain removal than Crystal Wash. Crystal Wash performed about the same as hot water, and from these results we can conclude that Crystal Wash had a negligible effect on stain removal.
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Hey, I love this article thanks, I was thinking of buying the magnetic laundry system, but after reading your article I just don’t know anymore. I keep reading reviews all over the place that say way different things than what you are saying. For example this site says that they work great and are not a scam https://operationreviews.com/magnetic-laundry-system-review/ . I would love your opinion on why you think some sites like this are saying they work, but you are not saying they don’t. Thanks
3. When water contacts the activated ceramics, an abundance of OH ions is produced, reducing the surface tension of the water and greatly increasing its penetrating power. Ordinary detergents make use of this same principle, but do so by using harsh chemicals.
If you’re interested in saving money, you may have looked into buying a reusable washing ball for your laundry, rather than paying out for regular detergent. After all, these magic devices ‘restructure water clusters’, create an ‘increased pH level’, last for ‘365 washes’, and ‘extend wardrobe life’, right? Actually, no. Not one of these claims is true.

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It doesn’t say that it reduces hardness at all. It says “In conclusion, we have established that a magnetic field effect exists. Passing water through a magnetic field subsequently favours formation of aragonite rather then calcite in our experiments” where aragonite is a different crystalline structure of calcite. In particular, Table 1 specifically says that there is no effect on Na, Mg, K and Ca, which are the dominant cations that make water “hard” – msw Jun 14 ’12 at 0:04
I was dubious, as you probably are as well.  But Care2 is a pretty reputable site, and the upside of never needing to pay for or use laundry detergent again is pretty high.  Furthermore, I figured that if it was a scam, then I’d have fun performing an experiment to prove it.  So I went ahead and ordered a set of the magnets.
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I’ve made a whopping grand total of $331.45 from Google in the ~5 years since I started showing ads on my blog, across the entire blog, not just the Magnetic Laundry System postings. If you think I made up the entire thing just to attract clicks to my blog and earn a few pennies from Google, well, you’re welcome to believe that, but it’s not true.
Normally I wouldn’t even give something as boring as laundry detergent a second thought.  Whatever detergent is cheapest is what I’m going to buy.  But after reading a post from a holistic-minded friend of mine about the chemicals in many of today’s name-brand detergents got me thinking about alternatives.
The most important part about a new laundry detergent, in my mind, is its effectiveness. After all, who cares how much money you saved if your gym clothes come out of the wash still smelling funky? According to the company, the MLS “is proven in authoritative independent laboratory testing to clean garments as well as chemical-based laundry detergent.” But how do you really know, unless a stain wasn’t removed from a piece of clothing?
A.  Many benefits.  Most importantly if you or your family suffers from detergent related sensitivities like skin problems and/or respiratory issues, you owe it to your health to switch to our non-chemical alternative product.  From a financial standpoint, you should be able to save hundreds of dollars a year on detergents, and even more if you bypass the rinse cycle since you would not need it any longer (which would also save 20 to 40 gallons of water per cycle, a significant amount of our natural resources).  You will save time, reduce your effort with your laundry and avoid lugging a 15 lb tub of detergent from the store every time you buy it.  Your wardrobe (which is a considerable investment) may last a lot longer because of the reduction of harsh chemicals.  It makes your home more “green” and also more child friendly by reducing the amount of toxins in the home.  It may have a massive impact on the environment by less chemical dumping and reducing our dependence on foreign petrochemicals (Yes, your detergents are petrochemicals derived from crude oil).
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There is apparently no consensus among magnet vendors regarding the mechanisms by which magnetic water treatment occurs. A variety of explanations are offered, most of which involve plenty of jargon but little substance. Few vendors, if any, offer reasonable technical explanations of how magnetic water treatment is supposed to work.
I also found another site selling the product that say it’s fabulous. I tend to ignore those if it isn’t the kind where any user can post their comments and it wasn’t. For all I know, the staff wrote the reviews.
This device employs a pair of rotating magnets that subject the water to “a field of high energy”. What this has to do with rain, streams, or nature is not explained. As if this were not enough pseudoscience, they claim that their “Pi technology uses far-infrared energy. Oxygenation technology that works like a mountain stream … in the same way that water is oxygenated when flowing over the rocks in a natural environment.”
These blue balls, patented technology, are proven to be a durable, healthy and environmentally friendly alternative to laundry detergent, completely eliminating your reliance on harsh chemical detergents forever.The truth is water is a powerful element and a universal solvent. Detergent simply enhances water’s already existing powerful cleaning potential. How? By changing the surface tension of the water. This helps water molecules become more spaced out and slippery to pull out the dirt trapped in dirty clothes.
A 1960 survey of municipal water supplies in one hundred U.S. cities revealed that water hardness ranged from 0 to 738 ppm with a median of 90 ppm (see Singley 1984). Ion-exchange water softeners are capable of reducing the hardness of the incoming water supply to between 0 and 2 ppm, which is well below the levels where scale and soap precipitation are significant.
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Results showed 58 different volatile organic compounds above a concentration of 300 micrograms per cubic meter, many of which were present in more than one of the six products. For instance, a plug-in air freshener contained more than 20 different volatile organic compounds. Of these, seven are regulated as toxic or hazardous under federal laws. The product label lists no ingredients, and information on the Material Safety Data Sheet, required for workplace handling of chemicals, lists the contents as “mixture of perfume oils.”
This system provides independent laboratory reports which are approved scientifically in one of the world’s largest laboratory, and anybody can save money by eliminating the need to buy chemical detergents throughout your lifetime.
I’m not one for separating items when I wash (shameful, I know).  I’ve noticed no difference in the wear of delicate items.  Same goes for wool.  I even use them with my more delicate homemade items.
There are going to be some substances that may not be removed by such water as those substances requires specific solvents or enzyme actions to break them down or dislodge them. This is hardly proof that these do not work. Those who use fabric softeners will certainly have inferior results because those products by nature bond to and affect the behavoir of the fibers of the clothing. Those people will also have those chemicals in their brains and the brains of their children and ought to reconsider using them.
(That’s not even a complete list.) Some of these deal specifically with the Life Miracle Magnetic Laundry System and other magnetic laundry some of them deal specifically with the classic TradeNet “laundry balls” scam and products like them, and some of them deal with both. All are relevant, because Life Miracle is using exactly the same strategies for marketing its product as all the other laundry scams have used in the past (claims to revolutionary technology, reliance on anecdotal evidence, environmentalist appeal, etc.), and like the perpetrators of all those other scams, Life Miracle has offered no objective evidence that its product works.
A Euro-Wash Laundry Ball Detergent Replacement (U.S. $49.95) information page once noted that it will “last you an unlimited number of washes. Depending on the amount of washes you do weekly, that should be over ten years for the average family.”

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After 5 emails and phone calls I was told I would get the full refund, but not the s & h! So you pay for a product that does not work, pay for the s & h to receive it and pay for the s & h to send it back to the merchant, looks like the post office is the only entity benefiting from this classic scam!
Cool post Carmentina. I’ve never heard of it before, but I’m going to look into it to see if it’s safe. If it is, I would love to use it since it sounds wonderful!!! If I ever try them, I will let you know how well they work. :o)
The judge ruling against Trade-Net, issued in April 1999, said the manufacturers failed to substantiate their claims and hadn’t informed consumers about reports showing that the claims were incorrect.[19][20]
Anyways… People will agree and disagree. Some will believe things that are not true, and some will never believe something that is true. Some will try to prove things just like you are doing. However, actually having a controlled test is very meaningful and I applaud your efforts.
I ordered the Nanotowels and couldn’t be more impressed. With just water, they clean everything, greasy pans, stove tops etc. No toxic chemicals, just water. They are amazing. We also bought their …water filter for the office and the water now tastes great and we aren’t using as many plastic bottles. No chlorine taste at all. I haven’t had any trouble with the company and love their products that I’ve tried. See More
You can visit this Web site for info on how to construct your own “liquid magnetizers”, where you learn that “This device can be used for the magnetization of any liquid that you can put in bottles, one bottle can be charged positively at the same time that the other bottle is charged negatively.
It is difficult to assess this paper. His experimental results are interesting (there are photographs of the crystals), but much of the interpretation strikes me as suspect. Even more off-putting is the quotation attributed to him in the section on agricultural applications.
People who buy these magnets and think that their clothes are being cleaned by them are actually taking advantage of the detergents left behind on the clothes from before they switched to the magnets.
What’s even more explosive in all this is the apparent that Fenestra Research Labs doesn’t actually conduct testing using any sort of scientific heavy metals testing instrumentation that would be recognized by the FDA, or medical facilities or even a university. I am the lab director at the Natural News Forensic Food Labs where I run ICP-MS testing for heavy metals on a frequent basis, but Fenestra Research Labs apparently came up with their heavy metals “reduction” data using… well… wishful thinking.
File complaints about deceptive and fraudulent advertising practices with the attorney generals of Massachusetts (where I am located), Pennsylvania (where the company manufacturing the product is located), and Utah (where the company that sold it to me is located). [done]
This product removes any noise which may be created by the force of the horizontal axis. You don’t have to stick to the machine to supervise if it works properly. It works well with all the variety of washing machines. The laundry units may end up sticking together in the washing process, hence the units should be submerged or put in the water for maximum effectiveness.
In fact, you can buy other flocculants made with similar ingredients on Amazon.com for a fraction of the price Water Liberty charges. The pictures shown here reveal two low-priced flocculants available right now on Amazon.com.
In effect, the water is ionized as negatively charged oxygen ions are stripped from stable water molecules and freed to perform a number of tasks. Among other things, the altered water can dissolve scum lines, help stabilize pH, kill algae and microorganisms, and release stains and odors from fabrics.
WaterLiberty, also sold as Adya Clarity, black mica extract, and mica water, has received some fairly harsh criticism from NaturalNews.com, who claims that the product, “has been imported into the country as “batter acid,” that is mined near Fukushima, Japan, that it “consists of metals (iron, aluminum, etc.) dissolved with sulfuric acid into a liquid form,” and that “It has been heavily marketed as a dietary supplement for internal consumption, along with completely unsubstantiated health claims.” In fact, the article even goes on to claim that “People who drink the product report symptoms such as black stuff coming out of their ears, and fingernails turning black.” However, we didn’t locate any third-party website that corroborated this condition.
Apparently, magnets also cure headaches, they improve gas mileage, I am trying to think of some others. They probably clean or water. I have heard stuff like you can get power from them (to charge stuff, maybe actually be true). Anyways… I love magnets… but without doing real tests that have real results… it is all a bunch of … as George Bush would say… fuzzy Math (I never voted for him, by the way).
However, I’m sorry to say that there is another possible explanation. If everyone who complains about your product gets all their money back, then who’s going to be the lead plaintiff in the class-action lawsuit alleging that you defrauded your customers by selling them a product that doesn’t actually do anything?
As a chemistry illiterate, I did fall for the ads (particularly as the ‘system’ is also sold on Amazon and has several good reviews there – but that actually doesn’t mean anything as Amazon does not represent itself as a moral compass and I should have remembered my unsuccessful attempts to get the company to remove a disgusting ‘Christian’ book that advocates whipping offspring, even babies).
PATENTED AND INDEPENDENTLY PROVEN…There is no other non-detergent laundry technology in existence that has two United States Patents and has been proven in Independent Laboratory Testing to clean as well as chemical laundry detergent. This is truly different from the common laundry ball or washer ball products may have heard of. You have never seen, heard about or tried anything like it before!
One major vendor warns of the supposed dangers of conventional detergents (they are, after all, “petrochemicals”!) One of their pages provides links to a report from an outside testing lab that, if genuine, gives all appearances of itself having been “laundered” in that no comparisons of the effectiveness of their magnetic balls are made with non-magnetic balls (or even with rocks!), or with conventional detergents.
Magnetic Laundry System is the best laundry detergent alternative that washes away all of the bacteria totally. This product is the really effective with the natural alternative that straight away from the 5 percent solution of the vinegar. It is the highly-powerful, specially calibrated the magnetism to allow alter the basic nature of the water and improves the natural solvency. This product is the proven which will reduce the 99% of the bacteria, 80% of the germs, and 82% of the mold. Here you can easily place the units in your pockets of the pairs of the pants or the single pair of the thick socks before running into the cycle. This product will completely eliminate any noise the force of the horizontal axis that may create. You never need to stick to work it properly.

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As I’ve already explained here the ads on my blog are selected by Google AdSense based on the keywords in my blog postings, and I have no control over the ad selection. It is entirely unsurprising that AdSense would automatically display laundry detergent ads on a blog posting about laundry detergent.
One more thing. Amway listed a ceramic washing disk in a 1997 catalog, but decided not to sell the thing after tests showed it had “no measurable impact on overall cleaning.” Figured you’d want to know.
Anyways… People will agree and disagree. Some will believe things that are not true, and some will never believe something that is true. Some will try to prove things just like you are doing. However, actually having a controlled test is very meaningful and I applaud your efforts.
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During the 1970’s the observation of effects of magnetic fields on water began in the U.S.  In 1984 , the institute of Electronic Engineers(IEE) recognized the new developments.  Early in 1984, Dr. Klaus J Kronenberg spoke at a conference on magnetism in St. Paul, Minnesota.
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My sister in law’s friend sent a link a while back about these magnets she’s been using in her washing machine—eliminating the need for regular detergent completely–just clothes, water, magnets, and occaisionally stain treatment. I thought they sounded interesting, but they’re about $50 (granted that’s a lifetime investment) and I wanted to see if I learned anything else about them before trying something like this. As we try to make small improvements in our lifestyle, I keep going back to the thought of those magnets.
Some researchers hypothesize that magnetic treatment affects the nature of hydrogen bonds between water molecules. They report changes in water properties such as light absorbance, surface tension, and pH (e.g., Joshi and Kamat 1966; Bruns et al. 1966; Klassen 1981). However, these effects have not always been found by later investigators (Mirumyants et al. 1972). Further, the characteristic relaxation time of hydrogen bonds between water molecules is estimated to be much too fast and the applied magnetic field strengths much too small for any such lasting effects, so it is unlikely that magnetic water treatment affects water molecules (Lipus et al. 1994).
3. When water contacts the activated ceramics, an abundance of OH ions is produced, reducing the surface tension of the water and greatly increasing its penetrating power. Ordinary detergents make use of this same principle, but do so by using harsh chemicals.
Water can be “magnetized” In order to become “magnetized”, a molecule must not only be paramagnetic (contain an unpaired electron), but groups of molecules must be able to align themselves into local regions (“domains”) that amplify the effect and retain their orientation for a long time. The effect is known as “ferromagnetism” and as far as I know has only been observed in solids, the most well known, of course, being metallic iron.
Washing clothes with less detergent is a good idea. In some cases, even washing clothes with no detergent is a good idea. But people don’t need this product to use less or no detergent. All they need is the knowledge that they don’t need to use as much detergent to get their clothes clean.
You usually don’t need to use as much detergent as the company recommends. I start with the minimum recommended by the company, it usually works just fine for all my clothes. We own boats and my husband comes home with really gross dirty clothes and I will add a little extra then. Same goes with dish detergent. When I cured myself of filling both detergent cups in my dishwasher, my dishes were still clean, I just didn’t go through as much detergent
First off, let me tell everyone: I do cat rescue. In a LARGE way. This means it is not all cute cats and kittens all fluffy on a pillow, ready for adoption. This is the nitty gritty, crawl in the dirt to catch the kittens in the bushes, trap feral cats, care for hospice cats, the works. My car is a billboard for rescue magnets 🙂
If particles are actually precipitated, it should be possible to observe them, either by direct collection in a micropore filter or indirectly by light-scattering methods (nephthelometry), but there are no apparent reports of this.
So I am not one to brag about products… BUT I bought The Magnetic Laundry System thru Water Liberty. I decided to “test it” using one of our nastiest mop heads out of a manufacturing plant RR. It wa…s pretty black from the metal dust and reeked of urine. (Men’s RR LOL) WITHOUT ANY DETERGENT… Here are my results. I can’t get over the difference in how CLEAN it is and smells CLEAN. (FYI: Clean has no smell.) See More
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Or is it more likely that you’re too dimwitted to understand the proof that I and others have proven that these magnets are a scam? (The four spelling errors in four sentences, one of them a run-on, would seem to support that theory.)
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Not to mention the fact that we have no way of knowing how many customers have purchased the product or how many of them are satisfied with it, since Life Miracle has not published those statistics and I assume they have no intention of doing so.
You guys need to do something about your communications process. Very poor. If I have to wait six weeks like one post said, let me know. I’ve only waited 10 days with no word-inexcuseable. I really wa…nt to try the magnets, but you are not making it easy. Not really a way to run a business. See More
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In remodeling my bathroom, I needed anew clothes hamper. My colors are blue/brown so the color initially caught my eye. It came quickly and it took about 5 minutes to unfold it. Would not have taken that long except the bottoms of the inside bags that actually hold the clothes( washable) had zippers that wee a bit of a struggle to zip up. May have just been my hands because I have, rheumatoid arthritis, but I got it done. I will add that the hamper is larger than I thought. I’m sure the measurements were given, but I don’t do numbers. Lol! I love that the lid just sits on the top and is held on in the back by Velcro and folds over the front and held with a magnetic strip. So when emptying the dirty clothes, I can just remove the lid and then replace it. Easily a 5*
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Object does not confirm that the inventions described in patent applications actually work, but rather that they could work if the claims made in the application are accurate. The fact that Marc Smulovitz managed to obtain two patents for his invention (#6,012,308 and #6,612,137, for those who want to read for themselves) indicates only that no one tried before him to patent the idea of using magnets to clean laundry; it has absolutely no bearing on the question of whether magnets actually can clean laundry.
Magnets attract ferrous materials (iron-based). So, unless all the dirt in your clothes is particules of iron, I can’t imagine how introducing magnets to your wash water would help get your clothes clean, much less replace the detergent.