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We’re extremely pleased with the Magnetic system. We gave an extra system to my #container2 { } #rightbox { float: right; width: 150px; padding-top: 10px; padding-right: 10px; padding-bottom: 10px; padding-left: 25px; margin-left: 15px; border-color: #06F; border-style: dashed; border-width: 1; } #leftbox { float: left; width: auto; } #right-box { float: right; width: inherit; } .thrColFixHdr #container2 table tr td #rightbox2 { padding-left: 20px; padding-right: 20px; } .thrColFixHdr #container2 table tr td ul div { vertical-align: top; } .thrColFixHdr #container2 table tr { vertical-align: top; } .thrColFixHdr #container2 table { } astonished that she told my uncles, grandmother, aunts….. etc etc. she is now passing them around to the various families, so there will be quite a few more purchases from us in the near future.

The purpose of MWT is of course to inhibit scale deposition; whether it can also “soften” the water in the sense of removing the ions of calcium and similar elements that form soap scum and leave deposits on evaporation is not clear.

When gasoline remains in your tank for a while, the fuel molecules start to cluster. The molecules on the inside of these clusters can’t be exposed to the oxygen necessary for combustion. The result: Incomplete fuel burn with the unburned molecules emitted as pollution or remaining inside your engine as damaging carbon/varnish deposits.

Some balls are refillable with small pellets of detergent which are sold only by the manufacturer of the ball. Critics question whether the amount and type of detergent released by these balls is sufficient to generate significant cleaning effects.[9][10]

Too much of a bother sending them back. They are, after all, magnets, and who knows? Maybe I’ll learn a couple magic tricks to redeem my public idiocy. They should be right handy if that day ever comes.

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]

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.

My special DHMO mixture, when added in sufficient amounts to the gas tank of your vehicle, will almost completely prevent the harmful environmental degradation caused by the oxidation of fossil fuels in the engine. As we all know, the products of fuel oxidation are responsible for much of the pollution of our precious air and water supply.

The truth is that you can leave out the detergent many times when washing clothes and still have them come out clean. There’s always some detergent left over in the machine, and it really doesn’t take much for clothes worn and washed as most people do – wear it today in the office, chuck it in the wash. If you’ve got truly dirty clothes (the pants you wore while mucking out a cow barn, for example) then you will need detergent, and the magnets won’t help at all. Not that the magnets help anyway, its just the left over detergent and the clothes not really needing much washing. – JRE Apr 15 ’16 at 14:36

So I am not one to brag about products… BUT I bought The Magnetic Laundry System thru Water Liberty. I decided to “test it” using one of our nastiest mop heads out of a manufacturing plant RR. It wa…s pretty black from the metal dust and reeked of urine. (Men’s RR LOL) WITHOUT ANY DETERGENT… Here are my results. I can’t get over the difference in how CLEAN it is and smells CLEAN. (FYI: Clean has no smell.) See More

Another extremely effective natural alternative is a 5 percent solution of vinegar—which can often find in the supermarket. Reports have shown that it kills 99% of bacteria, 82% of mold, and 80% of germs.  Not bad.

All you have to do it try is for yourself and also see the results with your own eyes. Magnetic Laundry System is the perfect double patented technology that make you to wash every clothes with no need of any toxic chemical detergent. You can achieve similar results using a chemical-free, completely renewable magnetic basis, without using non-renewable petrochemicals

ABI, a Japanese outfit, offers a Cells Alive System (CAS) whose purpose is to improve the industrial-scale fast-freezing process by inhibiting the growth of ice crystals that tend to break down cell walls when foods are frozen. The idea is to employ a magnetic field to allow the food to be supercooled (that is, cooled below the freezing point without forming ice), and then turning off the field causing the ice to form so rapidly that only very small crystals are able to grow. A fine idea, except for the fact that I know of no evidence that a magnetic field is able to alter the freezing point of water. The CAS promotion claims that the magnetic field acts by aligning “the magnetic moment of the electrons” — which strikes me as scientific nonsense, given that all 10 electrons in H2O are paired so that the molecule has a zero magnetic moment. A 2006 article in a South African food processing magazine describes the process in more detail, but confuses the issue by invoking the use of an alternating electric field as well (which should have the same effect as a microwave oven) and making the unlikely claim that a glass of water frozen by this method will not break.

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