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Far Infrared Ball
Breaks the water molecules into small clusters (groups) and increases their molecular motion, penetration force and washing power. It radiates negative ions to weaken the surface tension of the water allowing the dirt to be easily removed.

Far-Infrared

Alkali Ball
Increases the pH levels in water to the same level of detergents in order to help lift oil and dirt off fabrics. See pH video.

 

Alkali

Anti-microbial Ball
Eliminates mold and pathogenic organisms. One of the ingredients of this component is nano-structured silver (silver nitrate), which is very effective in killing and preventing bacteria and infections. Some studies suggest that bacteria do not develop resistance to nano-silver nearly as quickly as they do to silver nitrate.

Anti-microbial

Chlorine-removal Ball
Eliminates the chlorine compound in the water protecting the fabrics from oxidation. See chlorine video.

 

Anti-chlorine
Magnet

Enclosure
The plastic exterior of the laundry ball is composed of environmentally-friendly thermoplastic elastomer free of BPA and PVC. Its shape and weight is designed to create agitation in order to beat dirt and grime off clothing during the wash cycle, somewhat similar to the old way of cleaning laundry before washing machines were invented!

Enclosure

Magnets
Placed on the two opposite (inner) ends of the laundry ball, this component produces a magnetic field that reduces the size of water clusters (molecule groups) and increases dissolved oxygen. More hydroxyl (OH-) ions are created to form alkaline molecules, and reduces acidity therefore decomposing impurities and odorous bacteria.

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