“Best Magnetic Clothes Drying Rack Texas laundry magnets scam”

The only problem is that water sticks together. When you think of water you think of two hydrogen and one oxygen molecule, but actually water is more like 20 hydrogen and 10 oxygen. Back in the 1970’s, superstructures of water were both theorized and discovered.  The same polar nature that makes water a good solvent, causes water to stick to itself and form large superstructures. The problem is magnified in hard water where water amalgamations give water unique properties like tremendous service tension (watch a bug walk across the surface of water) and great resistance to evaporation.  These superstructures are too large and too preoccupied to be valuable cleaning agents, so the way to change the actual physical characteristics of water is to pass it by focused magnetic fields. Since opposites attract, and water acts magnetically; passing water through a series of magnetic fields pulls it first one way and then the other. The forces tugging on the individual water molecules will break up the superstructures and create smaller individual water molecules. Some people call this process restructuring. These small, polar water molecules can then slip easily into fabrics, carpets, etc. dissolving and removing dirt and stains without chemicals.
Absolutely.  Yes they are magnets so you don’t want to go rubbing them directly against the sensitive computerized parts of your washer.  But throwing them in the wash won’t impact your machine in the least. 
I am also environmentally “aware” and do my best to pick up trash, etc., whenever I can…and I am in some wooded areas caring for feral cats, I end up with a pretty good haul of trash or recycling sometimes. So anything that can help us stop polluting the earth is an easy decision for me…especially when all you have to do is stick a couple of magnets in your washer….and no longer worry about what your detergent is doing to the drain field, or adding one more huge jug to the recycling bin every week.
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Young I. Cho, a mechanical engineer at Drexel University, reported[⇒] a reduction in surface tension of up to 8% in hard water that had been treated by a 0.16 T permanent magnetic field; use of a 600-hz alternating field gave similar reductions. Unfortunately, this article does not provide enough information to assess the statistical validity of the results, which, it should be emphasized, do not apply to pure water. Also, this work depended on capillary rise observations, which although theoretically proportional to surface tension, do not actually measure it.
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“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.
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.
This promoters of this crackpot scheme appear to be somewhat confused about the meaning of “dissociation” in this context. Independent test results by U. Minnesota Water Resources Center and Consumer Reports (Feb 1995) do not support the performance claims of he manufacturer.
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
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.
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.
For someone living in a one bedroom apartment, I had the challenge of finding some sort of laundry solution that wasn’t unsightly–or that would break the budget. I wasn’t able to afford some of the larger wooden hinged hampers, and honestly they were a bit cumbersome. This was the perfect solution–the two bottom compartments zipper diagonally to expand, and unzipped to fold up seamlessly. I own two, and keep them popped up at all times, and they look great in my room. Would buy again, but these seem sturdy enough to last the test of time anyway!
Smart Laundry’s product (U.S. $50) “works on principle of Magnetichydrodynamics and No Allergic for human skin during washes (even by hands of fine washables in the sink without soap suds) or sleeping on the bed linens.” Note that “for our live drinking water, we MUST USE — even by law — Euro-Wash Laundry Balls instead harmfull any detergents.”
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.
It’s true, Danysha. That is how online ads work. I read about a company in China that sells cheap knockoff prom dresses, but if you order a dress from them, you get an awful piece of crap that looks nothing like the photo you saw when buying. I was not a customer of theirs, but out of curiosity I Googled them. My reward was that for the next 2 months, every time I went online, I was served ads for this very same dress company! As if I would ever buy anything from them. Google data mines everything you look at, and uses it to try to sell you something. It’s the same thing with bloggers. Their ad services try to match ads with the content of the post. The blogger has no control over which ad is shown on their site. If Jonathan includes in his next post – whatever the topic may be – a paragraph that contains only 2 words – adult diapers – you will undoubtedly see an ad for Depends.
Of all the detergents available in the world, Magnetic Laundry System is unique. According to a recent study performed on July 23rd, 2008, 99% of the world’s detergents release the banned cancer-causing chemicals that are immensely toxic to our health. However, Magnetic Laundry System is safe to use and doesn’t release any cancer-causing or hazardous chemicals.
The second wash I did was of 2 brand new bras that I’d had sitting around for awhile cause I ran out of my natural detergent, and stopped using the green wash ball because it was making holes in my clothes. I put the bras in a mesh bag, turned the water to cold, and extra low. Because the water was on extra low, I put the magnets on the very bottom of the washing machine basin. One on each side of the agitator. I was nervous……I just knew I was going to have to wash those bras at least a few times. Boy was I wrong!!! They came out smelling like it does just after it rains! CLEAN! That is it! I couldn’t believe it. I can’t believe it. I’m still in pure amazement! I know this must sound crazy, but if you don’t have mcs maybe it’s hard to understand how one can get so excited over something so simple……….I just can’t begin to describe how miraculous this is! lol Who gets excited to wash clothes??? I do now! I can’t wait to go to the thrift store, and buy something to throw in there, cause they always reek of scented detergents so bad, that sometimes I wash them 10 or more times, and still don’t get the detergent smells out. That’s A LOT of wasted water, electricity, and time, not to mention expensive natural products I use to try to eliminate the smells.
Lastly, something i have noticed whilst researching “too good to be true” products (just a little tip for not getting scammed) – if you read “review” blogs/pages, and the English is a little…”off” there’s a good chance it’s fake. Go back and read some of the review pages about these magnets, and you may notice it too!
Overall, Adya Clarity is promoted using deceptive, exaggerated images that imply the formula is some sort of magical water purification substance. The Water Liberty website even admits this, saying in small print, “This image is an over exaggerated example” just below an image showing a filthy dirty glass of water suddenly being transformed into clean, pristine water.
Hi there, I just received an email from a friend about these magnets and the first thing that happened was that my BS radar went through the roof. I went straight to Google and found you straight away. Thank you very much for the article and follow-up on the magnets. I fear I have just burst my friend’s balloon by sending your findings on to her. I love your logic about manufacturers – makes perfect sense that they would have stuck magnets in machines decades ago if they worked. I only ever use half (or less) of the recommended detergent, I give an extra rinse and I use vinegar in that rinse. My clothes are always clean and last for years. I also, like one lady in another post, use Dawn or similar to treat spots and stains. Thanks again 🙂
Finally, even “verified purchaser” reviews on Amazon can be faked. It’s harder, but not impossible. There’s no reason why the people peddling these products can’t “buy” them themselves and then post verified purchaser reviews, or pay someone else to do so.
PATENTED AND INDEPENDENTLY PROVEN!…There Is No Other Non-Detergent Laundry Technology In Existence That Has Two United States Patents (and Additional Patents Pending) and Is Proven In Independent Laboratory Testing. You Have Never Seen, Heard About Or Tried Anything Like It Before!
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The main benefit to this product is that you won’t ever need to use regular laundry detergent ever again. The Water Liberty magnets are designed to last you for years and with that quality, you don’t need to worry about spending extra money on a new system or detergent.
Among the best pseudoscientific gobbledygook comes from this explanation of the Grander Process, in which “[t]he water to be treated is channeled (without coming into direct contact) along a concentrated fluid that has been treated with specific naturally occurring high frequency fields. This fluid serves as an organization template for the water structuring. Thus, the oscillatory composition of the water is harmonized and the water becomes more and more of a mediator for natural oscillation energy…” Say what you will about this sort of advertising, it’s legal.
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I’m just reporting back that Detergent Truth would not give me their address or an RA# for a return. (It was past their whatever number of days return policy, but a scam is a scam). My bank credit card company was happy to deal with them. I wrote up my description of how they were not scientifically proven and used this website as a reference. Thanks Jonathon.
I just heard of these “laundry magnets” last week, when I visited my ex’s house after her brother-in-law’s memorial service (and, of course, brought a bag of laundry to do since it’s expensive/difficult to do laundry where I live). Her sister had just got those magnets, and the two of them swore by their efficacy. I was intrigued, but sadly knew that any questions I might have about just HOW a pair of magnets are supposed to remove non-ferrous matter would go unanswered. Neither my ex nor her sister did well in any Science class (well, my ex passed Intro to Biology in college…), and her sister has a reputation for being what I call an “all-day sucker” – she has clutter from at least 5 different pyramid schemes filling up their house, and hasn’t made a penny from any of them.
Spray it on areas that are usually loaded with bacteria like the armpits, the neckline, in sweaty areas, in underwear, etc. Make sure that you test the spray in an inconspicuous area of clothing to ensure colorfastness. The hydrogen peroxide is a very effective natural bleach and can bleed colors, so be careful.
Through a chemical process, detergents make surfaces more susceptible to water and increase the pH levels, making it easier for water to detach the dirt from the fabrics. The downside is that most of the chemical ingredients used to achieve this are toxic to your health and the environment.*

One Reply to ““Best Magnetic Clothes Drying Rack Texas laundry magnets scam””

  1. Thank you for your posting.I did not purchase these products because of folks such as yourself showing the truth.Are these not the same or similar products that James Randi proved only contained blue food dyed water and weak magnets not strong enough to change water polarity or some such thing?Companies that rip people off get away with FAR too much in the US,and far too much meaning “anything at all that rips ppl off, this company,telemarketer scams,infomercial products,all of it. Sickening! Appreciate what you do and wrote here.Thank you. From Alana
    “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….”
    PATENTED AND INDEPENDENTLY PROVEN!…There Is No Other Non-Detergent Laundry Technology In Existence That Has Two United States Patents (and Additional Patents Pending) and Is Proven In Independent Laboratory Testing. You Have Never Seen, Heard About Or Tried Anything Like It Before!
    The mission of Water Liberty is to spread cutting edge research on water science and to bring life changing water technologies to everyone. Here at Water Liberty, a team of researchers are passionate about offering educational information through Ebooks, videos, blogs and social media. With an understanding of water’s healing properties, we believe this translates into actions to cleanse, purify and transform water to its pristine state.
    Adya Clarity is also very high in iron. It’s so high, in fact, that men in particular can easily overdose on iron by consuming this product, thereby increasing their risk of heart problems. Adya Clarity’s original pitchman Matt Bakos — a confirmed liar and junk science pusher — even described the “success” of people having “black stuff coming out of their ears” and fingernails after drinking Adya Clarity. This, he claimed, was the “detox” effect and had nothing to do with the high levels of iron and aluminum found in the product itself.

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