“Purchase Magnetic Laundry Bag Review laundry magnets how they work”

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.

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Even Florida’s Secretary of State and Al Gore nemesis Katherine Harris got in on the act, ordering “a study in which, according to an article by Jim Stratton in the Orlando Sentinel, ‘Researchers worked with a rabbi and a cardiologist to test “Celestial Drops,” promoted as a [citrus] canker inhibitor because of its “improved fractal design,” “infinite levels of order,” and “high energy and low entropy.” The study determined that the product tested was, basically, water that had apparently been blessed according to the principles of Kabbalic mysticism, ‘chang[ing] its molecular structure and imbu[ing] it with supernatural healing powers.’”

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.

I struggled a bit with this one.  My husband’s gym clothes stink.  The magnet system works great for getting out all the dirt, and MOST of the time it gets the smells out too.  I found a nifty little trick though…

First off, let me tell everyone: I do cat rescue. In a LARGE way. This means it is not all cute cats and kittens all fluffy on a pillow, ready for adoption. This is the nitty gritty, crawl in the dirt to catch the kittens in the bushes, trap feral cats, care for hospice cats, the works. My car is a billboard for rescue magnets 🙂

This Colorado company hawks a liquid supplement which they describe as a “water-soluble liquid magnet” which they [falsely] claim acts by “inducing electrons into all the conductive elements of the body”. They even have a junk patent that stands as a doleful testimony to the quality of examiners the USPTO is able to attract.

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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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.

Dress up your washer or dryer with this colorful magnet that features vintage laundry imagery and the saying “Laundry…Loads of fun.” Adheres firmly to metal surfaces to add instant character while concealing dings and damage. Wipe clean. Not for use on stainless steel. 23″W x 17″H.

Bottom line: We’re all for the idea of a detergent-less laundry system, which would save money and time for consumers and have less impact on the environment. Unfortunately, neither of these systems lives up to the potential.

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.

2. Please don’t allow yourself to become a point of promotion for every product that is trending just to earn the clicks, instead use your good judgement and charisma and promote yourself and your unique knowledge more than everything else.

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. Have Never Seen, Heard About Or Tried Anything Like It Before!

Another red flag that we encountered during our research is that WaterLiberty appears to have been marketed under numerous brand names over the past couple years alone, including Adya Clarity, black mica extract, and mica water (among others), including different methods of using the product, as well as a variety of claimed benefits.

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.

Dr. Shui-Yin Lo is quoted in the IETM Crystal Overview: “These electric fields extend only a few billionths of a meter but are stronger than forces currently generated by man-made machines. We use such changes not only to grow IE Crystals, but tailor them to fit different chemical reactions.” (What does any of this have to do with Scientology? Anything?)

The video about the magnetic laundry system popped on my computer, so I listened. Sounded interesting. I decided to do some additional internet research about this product to see what else is said about it out there. Happened across this website. Sounds like the magnetic laundry system is full of holes. Last summer I had already started making my own laundry soap. It cost me about $25-$30 to buy the ingredients. And the recipe I made last summer is still being used. And it works just as well (I think better) than store bought detergents. You can make it scent free or add a scent if you want that. This is the way to go. Waste of my time to listen to the video about the magnetic laundry system. But glad I am a savvy shopper.

{Non-chemical technologies for scale and hardness control}. This 1998 document which has been withdrawn from circulation was a Federal Technology Alert from the U.S. Department of Energy that presented a suspiciously uncritical case for both magnetic and electrostatic water treatment. It provided no references to support the claims made, and the explanations of how these devices are supposed to work were scientifically naive. The report was apparently compiled by the Battelle Research Institute, which may have farmed out some of the work to the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

Effects of magnetic fields on microbial metabolism. Some references to this topic can be found in U.S. patent 5318045 for the use of magnets in bioremediation processes.The applicants show some experimental data indicating that a N. pole can materially alter the efficacy of certain types of bacterially-mediated oxidation of pollutants. No references to published studies are given.

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.

I’ve tried them in both top and front load washers.  If you’re using a front load unit make sure to put them in some pants pockets or a pair of socks (one magnet in each).  This will keep you from going crazy when they bump against the door during the wash.

SDSAB: Possibly OH- ions, also known as hydroxide, could be created in this way, although not in large quantity. These would lower the water’s pH. Substantially the same thing happens with lye soap and sodium hydroxide, the main component of Drano. What was that about no harsh chemicals?

But the magnets stay “stuck” (magnetized) to the walls, which are metal, so there’s no friction. And they don’t change the molecular structure of water (which would be scary), but the charge. I’m no expert, that’s why I had my sister and her family try it out! And with excellent results! Placebo effect? Could be, but she has a little boy who sure dirties things. Maybe I’ll have her try doing a load minus the magnets to see her thoughts. I’ll post back my her reaction to this experiment if she goes along with it.

Alternatively, Water Liberty Magnetic System is a safer, better, and more effective option for getting your clothes clean without any issues. With this magnet based product, you can experience the quality results that you are looking for to finally free yourself from regular detergent.

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.

One Reply to ““Purchase Magnetic Laundry Bag Review laundry magnets how they work””

  1. Also I never use laundry stain pre-treaters either I use just Dawn original formula dish soap (because it’s a concentrated de-greaser) or Dawn mixed with hydrogen peroxide and apply it to the stain then throw it in the hamper to wash later or wash immediately. For old stains, give it more time to sit. The peroxide can bleach certain things though, so if you’re unsure about a colored item try making a tiny spot on an inside seam and letting it dry. I use maybe 2 bottles of detergent and a bottle of Dawn each year on my laundry. That’s only about $25 bucks a year on soap, beats that magnet company’s price by a lot. I could see through their silly advertisements immediately though I did fall for the dryer ball craze when it was first sold at Bed Bath and Beyond, but got my money back easily.
    We had no trouble installing the pureWash and Wash It systems. But that’s where our positive experience ended. Following our usual laundry detergent test procedure, we loaded the two washers with test fabric swatches soiled with mud, blood, grass, chocolate, and the like. Instead of laundry detergent, pureWash and Wash It systems are supposed to get clothes clean by injecting ozone into the cold wash water. “Ozone is a powerful oxidant; it disinfects, deodorizes and sanitizes,” claims the Wash It web site. “Ozone kills micro-organisms found in soiled laundry (kills bacteria 3,000 times faster than bleach),” says pureWash.
    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.
    You can’t do a thing about out of control fuel prices, but the Laundry System can keep you from “fueling” your washing machine with petrochemicals every day, and can keep those petrochemicals off your skin and from being flushed into our water supply!

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