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With regard to what really does work to clean laundry, I agree that the ingredients in 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.

Don’t have to read all comments, have one of my own. Yes, water alone does get clothes clean, and all the suds and all the commercial detergents do pollute the earth, cause problems with our machines etc by clogging and wearing them out sooner, and we help line the pockets of those who manufacture and push on people who are not learned about life in many ways. Big mouth Nancy is at it again. I make my own cleaning products, and it does help the earth not pollute…why does Amazon keep helping scam artists? I am getting a letter off to them and will be posting my feelings about some of their products they have for sale on their site. I use A. for a lot , but we humans do not need to line to pockets of some of these scam artists…Starting here, I doubt till I prove. Just Sayin’….

Coming full circle: As I noted above, there is a trivially easy experiment you could pay an independent laboratory to do which would prove that the answers to both of those questions is “yes.” The fact that you have not had any laboratory perform that experiment, or indeed the fact that it appears that you did have a laboratory perform that experiment and then concealed the results, suggests that you are fully aware of what the results would be, and that they wouldn’t exactly help to sell your product.

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 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

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 got an email today about these magnets, from a craft supply company that unfortunately occasionally sends me crap like this. I knew immediately it was nonsense, but since I felt like amusing myself a bit, I thought I would look into it, and quickly found this site.

[T]hey do absolutely nothing except make you feel comfortable with not using detergent. If you can convince yourself to use less detergent without a little plastic ball, you get all the benefits and you don’t have to pay for the ball.

The 1902 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded jointly to Lorentz (who was Dutch) and Zeeman for the discovery of the effects of magnetic fields on atomic emission spectra. (If Lorentz studied water, it was probably its magnetic susceptibility, which has nothing to do with magnetic water treatment.)

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.

“How does the laundry solution [U.S. $75] work? It is structured water that emits far-infrared electro magnetic waves through the walls of the container into your laundry water. This causes the water molecule cluster to disassociate….”

Oh, and the magnets stayed right where I put them, even with the dog bed/pillow in the wash. I was sure they were going to be stuck together or on the bottom or something. We do have a very old machine……at least 20 years old. I know the newer models sometimes don’t have metal basins anymore. It’s not an issue if they do come off though, or you can put them inside a sock before the wash starts. It doesn’t matter if they stick together.

Our magnets are wonderful for use on refrigerators, tool boxes, magnet boards, etc. The result is a high quality reproduction, duplicating the same sharp details and true vibrant colors as the origina…

This statement confuses the bonding within H2O and the much weaker intramolecular hydrogen bonding that operates between molecules. Within H2O, each oxygen is permanently bonded to two hydrogen atoms. Connections between the hydrogen of one molecule and the oxygen of another are so weak that they are continually being broken by thermal motions and re-formed. Only in ice can one attribute a permanent structure to the water that extends beyond a single molecule.

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1 x Washing ball. Cleaner and brighter fabric/clothes. Net Weight:164g. Cleaning, bleaching, and sterilizing. The images are for reference only. Weight: 184g. Softener effect and static electricity pr…
If that’s not, in fact, what is shown by the unreleased results, then I encourage Life Miracle to publish these results and let everyone see the independent laboratory confirmation that magnets clean clothes better than water alone.
Typically, vendors claim that either mileage or horsepower will be improved by about 10 to 20 percent. They also claim that if no improvement in mileage is noted, then the improvement must have come in the form of more horsepower. This, of course, makes it difficult for consumers to determine whether their magnetic fuel treatment devices really are working.
A.  This would seem to be a certainty. Detergents are chemical surfactant petrochemicals derived from crude oil. The basic building blocks for surfactants, with one exception, are all derived from crude oil. Unless detergent companies choose to cut their profit margins to keep the cost of detergent down, you will be paying more and more for your detergent just as you are paying more and more to fuel your car. As the raw material cost for detergent escalates, so will the detergent cost to the end users. In addition to that, their plastic containers (which are made from only 25% post consumer recycled plastic) are made from petrochemicals, and it costs more to ship these bulky and heavy bottles because of record-high fuel prices. These additional costs end up being paid for by the end user as well.    
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One thing I will add, Jonathan, is that the power of the petrochem manufacturer’s and their ownership of the appliance manufacturing companies could, in fact, keep a working technology such as this out of the marketplace. The allure of the millions they make selling us petroleum-derived detergents is too much.
The company eventually broke its public silence in December 13, announcing the shipping-out of a product just in time for Christmas. Things… were not how they seemed, however. As the comments page on their Kickstarter records in detail,[9] the first backers to receive their shiny new app-enabled pH-measuring Bluetooth-capable laundry ball on December 21st found on their doorstep… a plain laundry ball. By an entirely different company located in Korea. And a letter promising connectivity in Crystal Wash 3.0, which read (in part):
The brand is called Water Liberty and its cutting-edge research has developed a water technology that functions to completely clean your clothes just as well as traditional detergent. Water Liberty’s prime product is its magnetic laundry system. With this product, you’ll never need to use laundry detergent ever again. Best of all, the benefits of this product are abundant and it works great too.
Yes, the initial purchase stings. I purchased the MLS from Water Liberty. It cost $69.99 for the starter pack of two magnets, plus $5.99 for shipping. However, MLS offers a limited lifetime warranty, and claims your family might save $500 per year if you stop buying detergent from the store. A total of $75 for laundry for the rest of my life, or even just the next five years? SOLD.
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
You will never need to buy another set of Laundry System units because they operate from a renewable, permanent magnetic source. Laundry detergents work to clean your clothes, but are non-renewable and may create health and environmental risks by potentially poisonous chemical by-products. The Laundry System is not only renewable for your laundry, but for your pocketbook as well. No more wasting money on detergents month after month, year after year. The laundry balls are also extremely convenient and easy to transport to the laundromat.
 The physical process used to cause this change in crystalline structure is provided by the use of magnetic induction fields, which when exposed to moving water, interacts with the water’s electric dipole moment and applies a torque to the water molecule. The subsequent down stream effect of these coherently-oriented water molecules provides the electric potential which supplies the energy necessary to form the more complex crystalline form of calcium carbonate, called aragonite
I’m a big fan of essential oils.  I’ve found that by adding a drop or so into the wash with our clothes I can still get the great smell without all the harsh chemicals.  If I’m just washing my clothes or sheets a little bit of lavender is LOVELY. 
Save your $35+ delivery fee and source these products within Australia. Read the other comments – if you believe in it beyond a reasonable doubt buy it. If you have any reasonable doubt – save yourse…lf the angst and file it away under “Possible Scam”. See More
Now to me this seems like a delightful way to keep overconsumptive Americans polluting the water supply while at the same time helping to ease the burden that excess cash has on the overly gullible.
These strips are mechanically coated with common household substances like cocoa and red wine, and the three tests were performed with the Kenmore 25132, a top loader very similar to what’s found in a lot of U.S. homes. We set the Kenmore to its highest temperature setting and used the Normal cycle.
I’m very pleased with the Magnetic Laundry System; thanks for offering it. I could see how dirty the water was in the washer, so it’s obviously doing a terrific job of cleaning.  Also the clothes have no smell when removed, compared to before. thanks again!
Further, once the scale-forming particles are removed, the water should still contain at least saturation levels of the hardness ions, so the water would by no means be considered “soft”; one would expect the metal ions would still form scums with soap, and they could still form scale when the water evaporates or is boiled in teakettles, etc.
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?
“Experiments were conducted in a test heat exchanger system to evaluate 10 non-chemical scale and corrosion control devices. These devices may perform either by electrostatic, magnetic, electronic, or catalytic mechanisms. Chemical tests also compared results with non-chemical systems to insure the test conditions were not so severe that scale prevention was impossible. Water from a single deep well known to cause calcium carbonate scale when heated was used in all tests. The test heat exchanger was a two-tube shell and tube with steam applied to the shell side. Water flow was either in series or parallel through the two tubes,depending on the desired test conditions. No device tested significantly reduced the amount of scale formed, compared to the controls. Proprietary chemicals containing phosphorous reduced scale formation almost completely.”
The first is the neutral smell.  Most of us are used to having everything we own smell April fresh.  Unfortunately that’s not how clothes smell on their own.  That is a chemical additive from your detergent at work.  And while it smells comfortable and familiar, once you remove it from your life for a while, it doesn’t actually smell that great. 
Optical brighteners contain chemicals that can be toxic to fish and other animal and plant life. Many have also been shown to cause mutations in bacteria (seventhgeneration.com). In addition, these chemicals are not readily biodegradable, so pollution remains in waste water for long periods of time, negatively affecting water quality and animal and plant life. The U.S. military cannot use optical brighteners, because these chemicals may put their lives at further risk. So in the supermarket, you may wish to avoid come-ons like, “Brightens colors! Whitens whites!”, because of the concerns of what you are really getting.

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I appreciate your comments. I also very much appreciate you taking the time to perform some experiments. The only thing negative I could say is that I do think you are overstating your feelings in some cases and that sorta get in the way of your research (which is pretty awesome). But all that being said, it IS your site and you can do that.

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.

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A laundry ball or washing ball is a product that is promoted as a substitute for laundry detergent. Producers of laundry balls often make pseudoscientific claims about how these balls work and exaggerate the extent of their benefits.[1][2]

Still, there is no scientific consensus about the mechanism of how MWT might work. This is not surprising; the entire process by which ions form precipitation nuclei is poorly understood. “Bare” ions do not exist in solution, but are protected by a hydration shell of loosely-attached water molecules and surrounded by an electric double layer of counter-ions. They do not simply come together to form precipitates. My best guess, based on the most recent literature, is that applied magnetic and electric fields might distort the double-layer in such a way as to promote nuclei formation, particularly if certain other ions or dissolved substances are present.

There have been a few studies on the efficacy of magnetic water softening systems. This one (PDF) from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory compares chemical and magnetic systems against a control. The table of results for scale buildup are pretty compelling:

“How does the laundry solution [U.S. $75] work? It is structured water that emits far-infrared electro magnetic waves through the walls of the container into your laundry water. This causes the water molecule cluster to disassociate….”

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With this product, you can finally get rid of those chemical detergents and seemingly “all-natural” formulas that are still laden with carcinogens. The Water Liberty Magnetic Laundry System is also meant to last – you won’t need to waste more money in purchasing more magnets because your original product is mean to last for 50 years.

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.

This is really a separate subject, but the purveyors of at least one magnetic device appear not to understand that there is a distinct difference between “magnetized” water (impossible) and electrically “charged” water (also impossible!), or more likely they hope that the suckers who come to their Web site will be sufficiently ignorant to miss this point. The left column contains some paragraphs we found a few years ago on their Web site; the parts that are incorrect, untrue, misleading or scientifically absurd are highlighted. Wholly-Water is not the only outfit that has hawked such schlock to the general public.

“Magnetic water and fuel treatment: myth, magic, or mainstream science?” This article, by Mike Powell, a chemical engineer, appeared in the Skeptical Enquirer 22(1) 27-31 1998. The author provides a few references, practically all to non-refereed journals and conference proceedings of dubious quality. Powell observes that “the utter lack of published data is revealing. According to the vendors, magnetic fuel treatment has been around for fifty years. If it actually worked as claimed, it seems likely that it would by now be commonplace. It is not.”

The Oregon state attorney general, for instance, won $190,000 from two companies selling such products, in a settlement in which the companies agreed to stop selling their wares in Oregon, but were not required to admit to any criminal fraud.

^ Jump up to: a b c d e f “Ecobola: como lavar con agua”, Compra Maestra (in Spanish), OCU Organización de Consumidores y Usuarios (340), September 2009, [translation] In conclusion, the results of the Ecobola are far from those obtained with detergent. We can well attribute its “washing efficacy” to the mechanical action of the washing machine and to the temperature of the washing water… with which using this product is practically the same as washing only with water. (…) The advice of the OCU: if you want to spend less money and reduce residues, choose one of the detergents recommended in our last analysis and experiment until finding the minimal dosis that gives you good results.

I got an email today about these magnets, from a craft supply company that unfortunately occasionally sends me crap like this. I knew immediately it was nonsense, but since I felt like amusing myself a bit, I thought I would look into it, and quickly found this site.

It is important to recognize that Water Liberty Magnetic Laundry System is an odorless product. Since it is a simple magnet that attaches to your washer, the only scent that you’ll notice on your clothing is essentially nothing. As the brand mentions, the most natural and correct scent that should arise out of your laundry wash is no scent at all.

I have just used two magnets that I found lying around my house.one large, messaures 2 1/2 inches,just over 6 cos and weighs 340 grams ,then two smaller ones  to try and match the bigger one in strength. The washing appears clean and fresh.however the large magnet fell off the side wall of the machine,I stopped my machine and put it into a buttoned up pocket of a shirt. This had a bad effect as it has pitted the pocket.  I also had to separate the magnets at some stage as one of the smaller magnets had stuck to the big one,before I put it into the pocket! Does that happen with the commercial magnets you buy and is it OK to leave them stuck together? I did try to buy the magnets on line, but like so many things ,products, no one ships to Namibia!!

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These waters contain the “hardness ions” (mainly Ca2+, Mg2+, and bicarbonate ion HCO3–) in solution, often at concentrations that chemists term supersaturated, meaning that various disturbances (microscopic protuberances on the container surface, or the presence of suitable “seed” particles) will cause these ions to precipitate as carbonates, typically CaCO3 and MgCO3 (solid bicarbonates of these metals do not exist.) These carbonates, unlike most salts, have solubilities that decrease at higher temperatures, so they tend to selectively deposit out on heat-exchanger surfaces such as boiler tubes.

OK I want to be candid here. I went into this purchase a complete skeptic. No one I know has purchased these and vouched for them. Reviews on Amazon were good, the only ones that had anything bad to say was the magnets slip around during the cycle. I didn’t consider that a big deal when I look at the bigger picture of saving pretty much $10 a week on detergent for life….that’s $520 a year….

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. 

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Also…what about the people who have magnetic allergic reactions? I myself had never heard of this but one time my mother used this magnetic “sheet” under the mattress pad that was advertised to help with body aches and my Nana woke the next morning covered in hives!

Perhaps you missed the part where there isn’t a single manufacturer of washing machines that has integrated magnetic technology into their product. It is obviously and clearly patently absurd to any rational human being that at least one of the washing machine manufacturers wouldn’t be using this technology to sell their products if it actually worked.

I would give 4.9 stars of 5 to the Magnetic Laundry System. I know you must be wondering why I deducted 0.1 points; that’s because it isn’t available offline. However, as e-market is in the trend and is reliable, it is completely okay to order it online. The product comes with a 50 years warranty, guarantees a cleaner, safer and environmentally friendly product. It has no toxic chemicals and doesn’t lurk on the clothes. It works better than the other detergent brands and is protected and verified by two patents.

Although MWT appears to be effective in some cases, the parameters of water composition, magnetic field strength, treatment geometry and flow rate that lead to satisfactory performance have never been clearly defined. Closer study often reveals that other factors (such as pH change) could account for the improvements that might otherwise be attributed to MWT.

Life Miracle’s magnetic laundry system is one of the latest trends in green cleaning: chemical-free laundry. Although more research is needed, some studies and activists have raised concerns about ingredients in laundry detergents. I wasn’t down for the Pinterest route of making my own detergent, but I thought this option might be worth a try.

Right, because no one could possibly be motivated to spend the time debunking crackpot science out of a desire to elevate the general level of scientific education in the world and help prevent people from wasting their money on products that don’t work.

Herbert, I don’t think that there is one product that will work on everything. I’m not a chef, just a klutzy mom with two messy girls. Even with my suggestions below, a second, or even third washing may be required for particularly stubborn or set in (from previous washing and drying) stains. Check to see if the stain is out before drying. Putting stained items in the dryer can set the stain, making it harder to get out. If it needs rewashed to get a stain out, do not let it dry before washing again.

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Instead of simply admitting that “we don’t really understand how MWT works”, most promoters of MWT devices feel compelled to peddle scientifically untenable “explanations”. But some vendors do far worse by propagating absurd nonsense about MWT and its supposed benefits. One wonders if any of clowns who write this garbage have ever actually passed a course in physics or chemistry. Some evidence that they have not can be found in the following statements taken from various manufacturers’ sites.
There are two motives for this over conventional and orthodox cleaning methods: 1) you protect the environment from all those nasty surfactant chemicals and 2) you save money by not having to buy all those nasty surfactant chemicals. These are indeed real benefits of laundry balls — well, barring any nasty chemicals used in their manufacture, marketing, packaging and transportation — but they most certainly don’t work. So it’s up to the individual whether they want to use them instead of actual cleaning products.
Many products also claim that the pearls contain “anti-chlorine” agents which are supposed to neutralize chlorine which has been added to the tap water — again, what these “agents” are is never really revealed, and you can’t just magically remove chlorine from water, the ions would have to react and go somewhere.[4] Chloride and bleach related substances are actually common in washing powders and chlorine is used in the disinfection of tap water. The claims state that by removing chlorine from the washing water the surface tension is (again) reduced and harmful chlorine can’t interact with the clothes, even though the amounts in tap water are very small both in Europe (0.3-1.0 mg/L) and North America (4 mg/L)[5].
Other pages at this site deal with magnetic treatment of plant seeds, lawn grass, tomato plants, cotton fields, etc.etc. My advice would be to check with your local Agricultural Extension Service agent before betting the farm on miracle magnetics.
The magnetic laundry system, or MLS, consists of two small blue magnets. You toss the magnets into the washer with your clothes, and when you open the washer after the cycle, you’ll find the magnets stuck to the drum of the washer. Life Miracle says these magnets work, last for a long time and have several other benefits.
If they refuse, then file disputes with my credit-card company for both the original shipping charge and the subsequent $49.95 charge. [not needed — the seller reimbursed both the shipping charge and the charge for the magnets]
In summary, I found no test data that support the claims for improved engine performance made by vendors of magnetic fuel treatment devices. Until such data become available, considerable skepticism is justified. At present, it seems quite unlikely that any of the claimed benefits of magnetic fuel treatment are real.
Advertising for these products often attacks commercial detergents accusing them of containing cancer causing chemicals and hormone disruptors. The claim is that the magnetic disks reduce health risks by eliminating exposure to these substances while also saving money since there is no need to purchase detergents. Furthermore, use of the disks prevents the release of toxic substances into the environment. That all sounds very “green.” References are given to a patent for the laundry disks, as well as to a study supposedly demonstrating their cleaning efficacy.
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I started using the laundry magnets a few months ago. I love them. My laundry gets clean, I don’t have chemicals eating away with my skin or clothes. The dryer balls are great also and they do cut back on drying time as much as 15 minutes per load. If I feel the need for bleach, I use a bit of Borax. 20 Mule Team® Borax is also a natural alternative to Color Safe Bleach, and naturally softens hard water. No need for full cycles when washing. Just wash and rinse. They really do work and my water and electric bill have gone down significantly. Don’t believe any negative comments about these products. They really do work. Happy in South Florida.
In addition, by polarizing the water droplets we increase their “free-charge”, allowing dirt to be grabbed and easily removed from the garment. When this happens, the water is considered “activated”. Along with this process, the minerals and salts suspended in the water, become activated into an “ionic” form (charged particles), aiding in the cleaning process.
Overall this Magnetic Laundry System was strongly recommended and used by many people like you and me. They got the real benefit on washing clothes with this system and it never damages the quality of your cloth and also removes all the stains quickly. While using this system you can save water, money, trees, and life of nature. For that reason each and everyone recommending this eco-friendly system to save your money and time. It will support you to know the truth of harmful chemical used in detergents to save your life and also protects your family from health issues. So don’t miss this opportunity… Grab it before the offer ends.
I would never make it in the advertising business because I’m unable to show or explain how great a product is. I also don’t force my opinions of something I like on someone else. Just because I like it doesn’t mean you will. I AM SOLD ON NANO TOWELS! One wipe over a ceramic top stove and it’s clean and dry. I have stainless steel appliances and hate the up keep of them because it’s like having to polish your silver everyday. Used Nano and cleaned every appliance in lickety split time and they look better than having to “polish” them. I am sold and that’s no lie.
Although magnetically influencing water is a concept somewhat “out of the mainstream” (our patents were some of the first in the field) there has been scientific precedence to support the theory. Although it is fair to challenge theories that are new, different and out of the mainstream, it is exceedingly unfair to call them a “scam”.
Although magnetic water treatment (MWT) products have been promoted since the 1930’s, they have not received very wide acceptance within the engineering community, and the question of whether or not they are effective is still very much open. The widespread marketing of MWT products to consumers via the Internet has done little to settle the issue.
I was also able to try the dryer balls which are little knobby balls that you add to your clothes in the dryer to reduce drying time and static in your clothes.  I love these.  They have defiantly cut down our drying times and made the clothes softer.  We don’t use dryer sheets or fabric softener at all so I could notice a difference.  They are a bit loud if they get stuck along the side of the machine during the cycle but if it bothered me I would just stick them back in the middle.   
And check out the magnet balls after about a month of use! All that black stuff is bits that the balls have pulled out of the water and they have built up on the balls! Eww!!  Just to clarify we do not wash metal particles nor does DH work in an industry where he would get metal particles on his clothing…this is just from washing our normal laundry kids and adults and of course diapers.  I was very surprised to see this!
However, different garments and materials may require that you use lower temperatures, and you may continue to do so. We have had many customers report excellent results using just cold water with the MLS. For the reason outlined above, we still like to recommend hot water to users–but you ultimately have the freedom to test using the product in a variety of ways, and choose whatever option works best for your personal situation.
“”…The powerful far-infrared rays… break water molecule’s [sic] hydrogen-combinations into small clusters and force the small water cluster being activated to increase it’s [sic] molecular motions, penetration force, and washing power.
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.
Hi Simone. The magnet ball would not work in the dryer, however our dryer balls would be perfect for that. You can find them here: http://suzanneholt.norwex.biz/en_US/customer/shop/product-detail/29608
You have prevented me from falling for yet another scam and I thank you most sincerely! Is there any way you can publish your findings on Facebook? Clearly this wretched company is still very active and I just wish there was some way their adverts could be prevented on Facebook…
A.  This would seem to be a certainty. Detergents are chemical surfactant petrochemicals derived from crude oil. The basic building blocks for surfactants, with one exception, are all derived from crude oil. Unless detergent companies choose to cut their profit margins to keep the cost of detergent down, you will be paying more and more for your detergent just as you are paying more and more to fuel your car. As the raw material cost for detergent escalates, so will the detergent cost to the end users. In addition to that, their plastic containers (which are made from only 25% post consumer recycled plastic) are made from petrochemicals, and it costs more to ship these bulky and heavy bottles because of record-high fuel prices. These additional costs end up being paid for by the end user as well.    
I think you are making more a difference to the environment than the magnets ever will. I actually think I will use less laundry detergent next time I do my laundry. I appreciate that advice a lot. I also enjoy your blog. It was good reading.
Water does have a high surface tension, but this is not what causes water to “stick together”; both effects have their origin in the intermolecular hydrogen bonding (described above.) Surface tension is the work required to expand the area of the surface. The lower the surface tension, the more readily will a liquid penetrate narrow spaces as in a fabric.
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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 unknown about the mechanisms of precipitation and scale formation.
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.
Effect of magnetic water treatment on homogeneous and heterogeneous precipitation of calcium carbonate. One of the most thorough studies on this subject was published by a group in France in 2006 (Fathi et al, Water Research 40 (2006) 1941-1950). Using a system in which a supersaturated solution of CaCO3 was repeatedly circulated through a magnetic field, they found that the mass eventually precipitated was greater than in the absence of the field. The effect was greater at higher flow rates (with or without the field) and treatment durations of up to 15 minutes.  The effect is  more pronounced for homogeneous nucleation than for heterogeneous nucleation. Although the mechanism is not clear, the authors suggest that the magnetic field may affect hydration changes as ion pairs [Ca2+ CO32–]0 form.
      If you absolutely cannot live 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.
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If letting your beverage re-align itself in a magnetic cup takes too long for you, this magnetic funnel gets the job done more quickly. Magnetic Technologies LLC makes the ridiculous claims, totally lacking in scientific support, that magnet-treated water

For more than fifty years, detergent makers have been collecting your money for toxic chemicals that aren’t as good at doing what our Magnetic Laundry System can do without the use or purchase of any chemicals. Detergent chemicals simply change the molecular structure of water so that it becomes “wetter” since they also know that lowering the surface tension ofthe water, allows it to clean better.

The belief that magnetic fields can reduce the surface tension of water has become almost an urban legend that is widely promoted by various magnet merchants, despite the very small amount of evidence that has been amassed during the 100 or so years that the effects of magnetic fields on matter have been studied. Owing to the intense scientific interest in the properties and structure of water, one would expect that any convincing evidence that the surface tension of water can be influenced by magnetic treatment would make its way to one of the mainline chemistry journals. So far, this has not happened; what few reports there are tend to be in rather obscure publications which deal mainly with other fields and are probably not subject to review by water chemistry experts. Two recent articles illustrate this problem:

Others have mentioned that these magnets do nothing to neutralize bacteria or germs.  Again, this is not something that detergents do either.  Hot water, or bleach when necessary will take care of most of the germs.  You can also use a more natural solution that I cover below in the FAQ.​

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 was skeptical about the “magnetic process” that the company claims, and had no luck finding a convincing or legitimate answer to my queries, just a lot of repetition about “surface tension of water” without any correlation between disrupting the tension, and HOW that would aid in cleaning laundry.

Perhaps you missed the part where the manufacturers of the Magnetic Laundry System paid an independent laboratory to test the effectiveness of their product and then refused to release the full results of that testing, the results which would have actually proven whether their product cleans clothes any better than plain water.

Though I was at first VERY skeptical about the magnet laundry system, I’d have to say I’m now a believer.  While I still have to use stain removers, and occasionally bleach, I never use laundry detergent anymore.  It has saved us money, and our clothes smell as good as ever.

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.”

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!

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!”

“Experiments were conducted in a test heat exchanger system to evaluate 10 non-chemical scale and corrosion control devices. These devices may perform either by electrostatic, magnetic, electronic, or catalytic mechanisms. Chemical tests also compared results with non-chemical systems to insure the test conditions were not so severe that scale prevention was impossible. Water from a single deep well known to cause calcium carbonate scale when heated was used in all tests. The test heat exchanger was a two-tube shell and tube with steam applied to the shell side. Water flow was either in series or parallel through the two tubes,depending on the desired test conditions. No device tested significantly reduced the amount of scale formed, compared to the controls. Proprietary chemicals containing phosphorous reduced scale formation almost completely.”

Given that ground-level ozone is an irritant that can worsen asthma and compromise the body’s ability to fight respiratory infections, we checked the ambient air in our test lab while the devices were in use and measured ozone levels well below the maximum limit set by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

“By ‘magnetizing’ or polarizing drinking water, those noxious ‘lumps’ will not build up,  and instead we see amorphous structures which are easily assimilated or discardable.  In addition to getting softer water, the water temporarily acquires new dissolving, anti-calcareous, relaxing and invigorating properties.

I just got an email about using magnets instead of detergents and bleach to clean your clothes in the washing machine. Has anyone actually tried this? We have kids and dogs, so our stuff gets really dirty. I bleach everything I can. Would using magnets destroy all the bacteria? Does it work well in all… show more

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]

Taking the most optimistic reports into account, it seems clear that the rather small magnitude of these effects makes them unlikely to be of significance in most practical applications. So until I see something that is more definitive, my own position is that

In this paper which is often cited as the classical original investigation of MWT, the author describes the changes in the morphology of calcium carbonate crystals formed by evaporation of water that has been passed through a sequence of several magnetic fields. The effect of the treatment is to change the crystals from a dendritic form to smaller disk-shaped forms (that presumably are less likely to form a scale– but this is not tested.) The curious thing is that the water seems to “remember” the treatment– evaporation and crystallization were carried out in a field-free environment. The need for the water to flow past a succession of magnets (up to 16) at a specific velocity prompts Kronenberg to suggest that “the interaction between the magnetic fields and the hydrogen bonds is amplified to the breaking point by resonance.” The idea is that the breaking up of the (H2O)n complexes somehow releases dissolved ions that promote nucleation of the smaller crystals. The observed effect lasts for up to two days.

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?

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This was expressed to him in private, and now again publicly on his blog. Our money back guarantee is exactly that. A Guarantee that our customers can try the product in their own home and evaluate it for themselves to form their OWN opinion. If their opinion is that the product does not work as advertised, they will get their money back. This product is NOT, in any way shape or form, a “scam”. It is a product that was awarded two patents from the U.S. Patent Office that truly works and provides many benefits to the end user. We all have been using it for many years and have experienced outstanding results, as have thousands of others.

Considering all of the very big claims made by WaterLiberty, can it really help return your water to a natural state, or is it just an expensive gimmick? Let’s just say there are a lot of unanswered questions surrounding some of which include:

If you really wanted to “confirm the information posted above,” you could have asked me, and I could have provided you with copies of the on-line receipt for my order from Powerful Life, my credit-card statements showing when they charged me for shipping the product and for the product itself, the shipping label showing when they actually shipped it, and the USPS delivery confirmation record showing when it arrived at my house.

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Don’t miss the study of Magnetized Water Therapy of Early-Stage HIV. “There is reason to believe that the true mechanism of action of homeopathy is identical to that of MW: they are both energized water therapy that activates the chemiluminescence of the red blood cells.”
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Right, because no one could possibly be motivated to spend the time debunking crackpot science out of a desire to elevate the general level of scientific education in the world and help prevent people from wasting their money on products that don’t work.
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“In a similar way that water conditioned by heat (hot water) carries more energy and with other substances more readily than cold water, fuel conditioned by a strong magnetic field carries more energy and mixes more readily with air resulting in a more complete combustion i.e. more energy and less waste from the same amount of fuel. The process of conditioning fuel through the introduction of a specific magnetic field is known as Ionization by Magnetic Induction (IMI).” {link}
One of the main reasons why people use washing balls is because they think they’re safer to use than detergents. Many washing ball companies scare the public into using these devices, but while it’s true that not everyone gets on with every detergent, if laundry soaps really were toxic, wouldn’t we all be breaking out in red, itchy rashes? Laundry detergents like Surf excel Matic are perfectly safe to use, otherwise they wouldn’t be approved for sale, simple as that.
Thank you for what I consider to be an unbiased review. I was tempted to buy the magnets after a trusted source of mine recommend them (they will be getting a link to your review and a stern finger shaking from me), and my desire to avoid harmful chemicals in my day to day life.
Magnetic baldness prevention was the vision dangled by the now-departed MAG-SOL site which offered the hilariously simplistic argument that blood contains iron which is attracted by magnets, so the magnets embedded in this company’s baseball caps will attract more blood to the hair follicles, producing a luxuriant growth. Right? Dead wrong!
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When this happens, the water is considered “activated”.  Along with this process, the minerals and salts suspended in the water become activated into an “ionic”  form, (charged particles), aiding in the cleaning process.
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On top of the high level of aluminum, we located a copy of WaterLiberty’s patent application, which specifically outlines that the extract is prepared using sulfuric or hydrochloric acid, both of which (even if diluted) can cause a wide variety of health problems with continued use. In addition, the application states that WaterLiberty should be used in conjunction with a “sterilizing water-purifying chamber and a filtering chamber,” which are 2 different types of filtration devices. This is in direct contrast to the claim on the product’s website that you can simply filter out the “gunk” using a coffee filter.
I got the magnets – they are fantastic – many clothes & towels come out cleaner & cleaner each wash – getting rid of soap & fat build-up there as well as dirt – & no chemical perfumes – only $70 to never walk down that detergent aisle again !  occasionally I need some prewash stain remover eco friendly spray – highly recommended !!!

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One of the pluses of traditional detergent is it’s ability to help cover up less appealing odors, such as those that come from sweaty gym clothes.  For this I had the perfect test.  My husband has workout clothes that he’s been using for going on 10 years. 
Interestingly, an article describing a 2004 stock promotion claims that a 2003 report from the Rand Corporation concluded that that “a sufficient theoretical basis [for magnetic fuel treatment] exists to warrant entry into a comprehensive product testing program.” It would be most interesting to see this report which is at odds with all known science.
Another outfit, Fractal Water, combines far-out magnetic and “vortex” pseudoscience to support the efficacy of their “Vortex Magnetic Systems” which they allege (without any real evidence) will dramatically increase crop yields. Among their more goofy scientific-sounding nonsense claims:
“In my experience, my clients who are using the Vitalizer Plus are able to move through their health problems more quickly – sometimes reducing other supplements – simply because the water supports greater metabolic efficiency. The addition of this water has resulted in improvements in all types of health conditions. It is a very very powerful tool to advance better health. I heartily recommend it!“
Bruce Toback checked the claims for “The Laundry Solution” and found that “[t]he claims make perfect sense, and are in complete accord with the current state of scientific knowledge… There is not a single false claim in their marketing material. In fact, it’s a model of probity compared to the verbiage printed on a box of laundry detergent:
It is important to understand that the only requirement for obtaining a patent is novelty. In this case, since nobody before had the idea of putting magnets into a washing machine, the patent was not hard to get. When it comes to the patent, there is no need to show that the magnets actually do anything, just that their use in this context is novel. How about the study carried out by a testing lab that examined the cleaning efficacy? Technicians actually took bundles of clothes, washed them in a magnet equipped washing machine and demonstrated they came out cleaner than they went in. Surprise, surprise! Water is an excellent solvent and cleans remarkably well even without any detergent. The “study” had no control. That is, there was no comparison between laundering with just water and laundering with the magnetized water.
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.
If you watch the video carefully, you will see that the tags on the two shirts they used were different, and therefore that the shirts themselves were different, thus invalidating the entire test.  Also, it’s impossible to tell from the video whether the two shirts were equally to begin with (for some reason, they only give you a good look at one of the two shirts after soiling them).
It is a typical misnomer that cleaning soap or detergent cleans clothing, when it is really just water. And once the effective magnetic pressure is utilized with water, the outcome are as amazing as at any time. We’ve got all be taught that as a way to get and preserve out garments clean and freed from stains, we’d like to make use of detergents, as well as the more robust the greater. When you have obtained the magnetic laundry system, there will be no secret to just how much you like the product and the way effectively it actually functions on even the toughest grime.
The magnetic laundry system totally trashed my front loading washing machine. The electrics went nuts after only three washes, stuck on 1 minute spin cycle, when stopped by main switch I opened the door to find smoke coming from the machine. It was a 30 degree wash by the way.
Before you use your Magnetic Laundry System for the first time, I recommend you clean the residual scum from the washer. This is deposited in the outer tub (which you can not see) The best way to do this is to place the laundry system units into the washer drum, add 4 cups of white vinegar and run the wash cycle, either empty or with old rags/towels or clothes.
I got news for you guys…the magnets DO WORK. Yes, customer service is a bit iffy, and it took almost six weeks for me to receive my shipment, with zero response from Water Liberty. But by golly, th…ese magnets clean even better than conventional detergents, without the harsh chemicals. I am a fan.
I do wish that bloggers had more control over the advertisements that get published on their site. But, sadly, it usually is out of their hands. If you are against oil companies, but blog about them and accept advertising, you might have ads show up for Shell. That’s just the way it works – very unfortunately.
The laundry ball is filled with four types of mineral-derived ceramic beads and two magnets, each performing different cleaning functions. When these components come in contact with water, they form ‘oxygenated’ water with an increased pH level and an ability to eliminate germs and bacteria. The result is fresh, safe and clean laundry! See Components to learn more about each function.
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If you are sensitive to chemicals on your clothes, I would be cautious about the dryer balls. They are definitely releasing chemicals in the high heat of a dryer. I use to be an analytical chemist so I know.
I just got an email about using magnets instead of detergents and bleach to clean your clothes in the washing machine. Has anyone actually tried this? We have kids and dogs, so our stuff gets really dirty. I bleach everything I can. Would using magnets destroy all the bacteria? Does it work…
A good example is the very well-written but scientifically dubious 1997 article Quinn C. J., Sanderson C. W, Molden, T.C, “Magnetic treatment of water prevents mineral build-up”, published in 8/97 Iron and Steel Engineer
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I started using the laundry magnets a few months ago. I love them. My laundry gets clean, I don’t have chemicals eating away with my skin or clothes. The dryer balls are great also and they do cut …back on drying time as much as 15 minutes per load. If I feel the need for bleach, I use a bit of Borax. 20 Mule Team® Borax is also a natural alternative to Color Safe Bleach, and naturally softens hard water. No need for full cycles when washing. Just wash and rinse. They really do work and my water and electric bill have gone down significantly. Don’t believe any negative comments about these products. They really do work. Happy in South Florida. See More
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Most people use too much detergent, because (a) most people are careless about measuring the detergent and (b) the detergent manufacturers tell people to use more than they actually need to get the clothes clean.
A Pennsylvania company claims that their magnetic Fuel Conditioner works with gasoline, diesel, bunker oil, and natural gas, and that it will “enable your company to meet EPA clean air regulations without the tremendous cost of scrubbers and other expensive emission-reducing equipment.” How are these results, unknown to science and technology, achieved?
A.  This would seem to be a certainty. Detergents are chemical surfactant petrochemicals derived from crude oil. The basic building blocks for surfactants, with one exception, are all derived from crude oil. Unless detergent companies choose to cut their profit margins to keep the cost of detergent down, you will be paying more and more for your detergent just as you are paying more and more to fuel your car. As the raw material cost for detergent escalates, so will the detergent cost to the end users. In addition to that, their plastic containers (which are made from only 25% post consumer recycled plastic) are made from petrochemicals, and it costs more to ship these bulky and heavy bottles because of record-high fuel prices. These additional costs end up being paid for by the end user as well.    
I’ve had the magnets for about a month now.  I have done white sheets without the enzymes and the washing water got dirtier and dirtier as it washed, I was amazed.  They came out beautifully white, I was amazed.  I did my friends T shirts and underwear and same thing dirty water and they came out clean but I could smell some sweat, not much but it was there.  I have to point out that he wears his clothes until they’re really bad before washing, so this would explain the problem.  I think that by using the magnets full time the dirty water would be a lot less, I really think it’s soap/detergent that is remaining in the clothes. Someone related to me that his daughter and friends used his hot tub in their bathing suits, the boys suits are a lot of fabric.  The hot tub became a bubble bath from the detergent left in the bathing suits and he had to empty clean and refill the tub, not good.  It does say if you want a nice scent to add a couple of drops of essential oils to the dryer, I put it on a paper towel and that was nice.
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This 2001 report describes a survey of 106 technical papers on MWT and presents detailed summaries of the 34 articles that were judged to meet the scientific criteria established by the group. None of these articles addressed the question of whether or not MWT or PWT “works”, nor was this judgment made by the Task Force, whose main objective was simply to bring together scientifically useful information that might inform further research in the field.
Also…what about the people who have magnetic allergic reactions? I myself had never heard of this but one time my mother used this magnetic “sheet” under the mattress pad that was advertised to help with body aches and my Nana woke the next morning covered in hives!
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To many people, magnets are a complete mystery. Vendors of magnet-based scams often use this ignorance to their own advantage, so a familiarity with the basics of magnetism can aid in the detection of dubious claims.
These seem to work well, and I was impressed BUT after two weeks of using them the plastic covers began to split, our machine has a metal drum with a plastic agitator, I see no reason for them to start splitting, so I have returned them…….
The dog balls will work fine on their own, without anything, I think I get better result with the baking soda and salt. The baking soda deodorizes the clothes. The salt helps to get rid of perspiration stains, helps prevent colour bleeding, and as we live on a farm, it kills any nasties including chicken flea eggs.
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This product has me purely amazed! As someone who has mcs, and finds it frustrating to have to wash new clothes numerous times to get the chemicals out, or used ones even MORE because of the highly scented detergents in them, this product is truly a MIRACLE product! I thought the green wash ball was good, but this blows that, and anything else I’ve ever tried out of the water! If you don’t have mcs, you might not understand the lengths we go to, to try to get our clothes rid of these toxins.
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A.  That depends on your definition of “clean” and “bright”. When comparing the usage of the MLS with laundry detergent, you need to factor in a few things. First of all, detergents are not soap. They are chemical surfactant petrochemicals derived directly from crude oil, and these chemicals are designed to not be completely rinsed out after washing your clothes. They leave behind what are called “optical brighteners” which are synthetic chemicals that reflect more light off the clothing to appear “brighter” to the eye. We do not believe that adding what are, in effect, chemical mirrors to a garment makes them cleaner. These synthetic chemicals convert UV light wavelengths into visible light, which makes laundered clothes appear whiter (although does not actually affect the cleanliness of the clothing). They’ve been found to be toxic to fish and to cause bacterial mutations. Furthermore, they can cause allergic reactions when exposed to skin that is later exposed to sunlight.
I just got an email about using magnets instead of detergents and bleach to clean your clothes in the washing machine. Has anyone actually tried this? We have kids and dogs, so our stuff gets really dirty. I bleach everything I can. Would using magnets destroy all the bacteria? Does it work well in all… show more
^ Jump up to: a b c d Michael Shermer (January 2004), “Bunkum! Broad-mindedness is a virtue when investigating extraordinary claims, but often they turn out to be pure bunk (Skeptic column)”, Scientific p. 36
Because the Magnetic Laundry System magnets are such a powerful cleaning technology, they will remove detergent scum from everywhere in the washer and your clothes might become blotched with the scum that is coming from the tub.  If this occurs, try washing them a few more times with the Magnetic Laundry System to see if they become clean again.  Just keep using the System and you won’t have to repeat the tub cleaning procedure ever again.
Instead of simply admitting that “we don’t really understand how MWT works”, most promoters of MWT devices feel compelled to peddle scientifically untenable “explanations”. But some vendors do far worse by propagating absurd nonsense about MWT and its supposed benefits. One wonders if any of clowns who write this garbage have ever actually passed a course in physics or chemistry. Some evidence that they have not can be found in the following statements taken from various manufacturers’ sites.
A common laundry problem is grease stains. The best way to pretreat these is to rub them with white chalk. You can also rub some corn starch or talcum powder into the grease. Let it sit for just a few minutes, so that the powder absorbs the grease, then wash. Works like a charm.
It is important to recognize that Water Liberty Magnetic Laundry System is an odorless product. Since it is a simple magnet that attaches to your washer, the only scent that you’ll notice on your clothing is essentially nothing. As the brand mentions, the most natural and correct scent that should arise out of your laundry wash is no scent at all.

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As with anything relating to health and wellness, there is a huge “alternative health” industry that is just as avaricious as the large pharmaceutical companies in its eagerness to separate consumers from their money. Among these are the magnet merchants who promote an amazing variety of devices that are purported to offer near-miraculous relief from pain (for which there is a very limited amount of credible evidence— see below) and cures of everything from cancer to baldness. Many of these products are listed by the FDA as “Fraudulent and Deceptive Medical Devices” subject to automatic detention on import, but this has done little to reduce the availability of these items to the credulous multitudes.
This outfit offers science-naive consumers a “technology” that “treats fluids to enhance their performance.” And not just water! By “re-structuring” liquid and gaseous hydrocarbon fuels, they claim to improve energy efficiency. It even increases the efficiency of refrigerant liquids such as Freon! How does this work? This technology
These South African authors have produced what strikes me as a very well-done study, one of the few that reports scientifically credible evidence for the effectiveness of MWT. Their series of experiments in which one of two parallel heaters was fitted with a permanent magnet device showed scale formation reductions varying over a rather wide range (17-70%), with an average of 34%.
In fact, the massive rocks encircling Stonehenge are not “paramagnetic”.  Those who composed this bumpf are probably referring to the [fictional] ley lines (another bit of pseudoscience) that are alleged to pass through this ancient site.
Magnets only attract Iron; Iron alloys– or other magnets. Magnets can be quite heavy and I doubt washing machine manufacturers envisioned consumers placing rubber coated magnets into their washing machines.
The next test is what actually won me over completely.  We live with a beautiful but aging black cat.  She is sweet, but also temperamental.  Every once in a while my husband will do something to really tick her off. 
The most 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?
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Still, there is no scientific consensus about the mechanism of how MWT might work. This is not surprising; the entire process by which ions form precipitation nuclei is poorly understood. “Bare” ions do not exist in solution, but are protected by a hydration shell of loosely-attached water molecules and surrounded by an electric double layer of counter-ions. They do not simply come together to form precipitates. My best guess, based on the most recent literature, is that applied magnetic and electric fields might distort the double-layer in such a way as to promote nuclei formation, particularly if certain other ions or dissolved substances are present.
This was expressed to him in private, and now again publicly on his blog. Our money back guarantee is exactly that. A Guarantee that our customers can try the product in their own home and evaluate it for themselves to form their OWN opinion. If their opinion is that the product does not work as advertised, they will get their money back. This product is NOT, in any way shape or form, a “scam”. It is a product that was awarded two patents from the U.S. Patent Office that truly works and provides many benefits to the end user. We all have been using it for many years and have experienced outstanding results, as have thousands of others.
For starters, the research report is authored by Melonie Montgomery who claims to have a PhD, but this “doctorate” was actually acquired through Clayton College of Natural Health, an online diploma mill that was called “the biggest quack school in natural medicine” and has since gone bankrupt — and which was never accredited by any recognized academic institution.
But now to the practical test, which was conducted by my assistant Jane. (You may think it sexist that she got stuck doing the laundry, but she volunteered.) She stained various items of clothing with ketchup, chocolate, ink, grass, and “some of the purple dye I use for my hair.” That Jane! She washed three batches, one with three laundry disks from Real Goods, one with Tide, one in plain water. As advised, she used a pre-wash stain treatment on all the batches. Result: little difference among the three except that the disks did better getting rid of the grass stain. “Hm,” said Jane.
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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
You basically place the two magnets on the side walls of your washing machine.  They’ll hold themselves in place all while doing what they’re supposed to do.  If you’re machine has a plastic tub you can place them either into the pockets of some pants, or in a couple socks (one magnet per pocket or sock please).
If you know that it may in fact be “just the water” that’s cleaning your clothes, which is indeed the whole point of my exposé of the Magnet Laundry System, then why would you be “happy to use the laundry magnets”? Why would you be happy to pay for something you don’t actually need? Why not just wash in plain water and not waste your money on the magnets?
The difference is that detergents do it with harsh chemicals that are not good for your body or the environment.  The MLS system does it by working with the natural magnetic properties of water molecules.
The magnetic laundry system, or MLS, consists of two small blue magnets. You toss the magnets into the washer with your clothes, and when you open the washer after the cycle, you’ll find the magnets stuck to the drum of the washer. Life Miracle says these magnets work, last for a long time and have several other benefits.
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]
“I have been using Adya Clarity for 3 months now. I add the drops to a jug of tap water at night and in the morning I can see tiny particles of all the yucky stuff that is in the tap water floating around the bottom of the jug. I love the taste of the water, I also clean my fruits and veggies with it. I give it to my plants and my pet. Here is a picture I took of the contaminants at the bottom of my glass after adding Adya Clarity.“

“Purchase Magnetic Infomercial Laundry System laundry magnets work”

Magnets: I love them. I’ve studied for 30 years. the late Jessie Partridge got me started. so many aholes are naysayers. If you want more ask.  I saw magnet laundry balls a long time ago. I’m searching for some. I’m a big guy. tree trimming, a big limb hit my shinbone there was a knot as big as a yam. I limped in the house put a xtra strond magnet on it nagitive  side down got a big cold pack put that under magnet. it took pain pills lay down with the TV. 3 hours later help arrived (wife) she took everything off no sign of a bruise a little scraped skin, still hurt!  I didn’t think it would work that good. Partridge started using them in the 30’s He knew so much. The naysayers had a lot of bad thing to say about him.
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.
I’ve read the science that says it can’t work but this works for me it’s that simple. 9 months now I estimate over 200 washes and I won’t be buying any detergent again. Scientists have been wrong before …
As seen on TV, AsiaNation Direct Laundry Balls also can be used to wash cars, dishes, floors & work surfaces, vegetables and flowers, people and food. Things you wash with Laundry Balls stay cleaner longer, because they don’t attract dust; vegetables washed with Laundry Balls stay fresh longer; and pre-treating your water with Balls improves the growth of your houseplants. Bathing with Laundry Balls relieves “tension, stress, rheumatic pain, stiffness and poor circulation” and “can lead to the remission of athlete’s foot, fungal infections and split skin.” Put one in the back of the fridge to absorb odors and help preserve the food.
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?
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Let me be the first to denounce this “clinical trial” as scientific fraud and publicly accuse Fenestra Research and Water Liberty of faking the data. What we are witnessing here is pure scientific fraud and marketing fraud in all its glory.
Adams is the founder and publisher of the open source science journal Natural Science Journal, the author of numerous peer-reviewed science papers published by the journal, and the author of the world’s first book that published ICP-MS heavy metals analysis results for foods, dietary supplements, pet food, spices and fast food. The book is entitled Food Forensics and is published by BenBella Books.
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I appreciate your comments. I also very much appreciate you taking the time to perform some experiments. The only thing negative I could say is that I do think you are overstating your feelings in some cases and letting that sorta get in the way of your research (which is pretty awesome). But all that being said, it IS your site and you can do that.
When the perfume is absorbed by the body it can spell trouble in the form of environmental sensitivities. Some of those red eyes and runny noses are not because of allergies, but due to the perfume and detergents left behind in our clothes.
Because the Magnetic Laundry System magnets are such a powerful cleaning technology, they will remove detergent scum from everywhere in the washer and your clothes might become blotched with the scum that is coming from the tub.  If this occurs, try washing them a few more times with the Magnetic Laundry System to see if they become clean again.  Just keep using the System and you won’t have to repeat the tub cleaning procedure ever again.
If you’re tired of using potentially toxic laundry detergent then you need a more safe and natural way to wash your clothes. The Magnetic Laundry System (MLS) by Water Liberty can help you do just that. There are plenty of benefits to choose a magnetic laundry system over chemical detergent including improving your health, skin, making your clothes last longer, and saving you money on laundry detergent.
The front fabric is wrinkled/loose, not sleek like in the photo. Color is disappointingly a very dark brown, like dark chocolate or coffee grounds, not as pictured, see photo. Two stars for it’s nice size and sturdiness.
* ‘Mineral’ washing balls allegedly work by using these minerals and magnets to change the properties of the water. They increase the pH balance of the water, and break down the molecules, both of which help the water be absorbed by the material, and therefore it gets right in there to clean out any dirt. * Detergent washing balls contain a tiny amount of liquid soap.
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)
Our magnets are wonderful for use on refrigerators, tool boxes, magnet boards, etc. The result is a high quality reproduction, duplicating the same sharp details and true vibrant colors as the origina…
The Perfect Sommelier “improves virtually any wine in less than 30 minutes.  It will bring out the maturity and subtlety that the vineyard intended.  Replace the cork with the Sommeliers’ top and place the bottle of wine on the stand.  In 30 minutes a remarkable change occurs due to the strong magnetic field created by The Perfect Sommelier.” I have corresponded with the proprietor who seems quite sincere, but I can’t help but be quite skeptical!
Laundry balls and such are mostly sold via direct marketing — catalog firms and “multi level marketing” concerns. An MLM basically is a network of individuals who sell a product and at the same time try to recruit other sellers, in whose profits they share. I’m not saying every MLM is a racket. There are probably a few people who thought their timeshare condos were a good deal, too. But MLMs do seem to hawk more than their share of junk.
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A: Generally speaking, hot water is always the best temperature for the cleanest clothes whether you are using the Magnetic Laundry System or detergent. Think about when you are washing dishes in the sink. The cold water cleans, but the hot water removes the food more quickly and efficiently with less water. It is the same in your washing machine.
Suffering from back pain, insomnia, kidney stones, or any of about a dozen common ailments? It may be due to “pollution of your body by stray alternating current-induced magnetic fields.” If so, you need a {magnetic mattress} whose built-in permanent magnets provide healing “natural” (“direct current”) fields. Replete with results of “scientific” studies [unpublished, of course!] citing such gems as “62.35 – 98.94%” effectiveness rating (at “99% confidence level”) for relief of back pain. (It’s hard to get a laugh out of a class when I am discussing statistical treatment of data, but this should do the trick!)