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The pureWash Professional-Grade Ionic Laundry Purifier

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High-Efficiency Washers
  • Imagine being able to get dazzling-fresh laundry without detergents, fabric softener, or even hot water . . . you can with the pureWash
  • The pureWash laundry purifier uses the same technology previously available only to hospitals, hotels, and commercial laundromats for over a decade
  • Only the pureWash can produce sparkling clean laundry without any chemicals or additives using cold water and your existing washing machine
  • By switching to pureWash, you will immediately reduce your energy consumption per wash load by 80% and you'll never again have to buy detergent or fabric softener, and there is no maintenance or parts to replace--ever
  • Maintenance-free and costing only pennies a month to operate, the PureWash consumes just 36 watts of electricity to power away dirt and grime--that's far less than the consumption of a typical fluorescent light bulb
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Product Details

Size: High-Efficiency Washers
  • Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 3.8 x 9.5 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B0051OKX2U
  • Item model number: pureWash-LF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #265 in Appliances (See Top 100 in Appliances)
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Product Description

Size: High-Efficiency Washers

INTRODUCING THE PUREWASH® PROFESSIONAL-GRADE IONIC LAUNDRY PURIFIER by GreenTech Environmental

the intelligent alternative to detergents, laundry additives--even hot water

Meet the pureWash--the most revolutionary product for home laundry systems since the advent of indoor plumbing--and say goodbye to detergents, bleach, whiteners, stain removers, fabric softeners, and even hot water. The pureWash harnesses the power of pure oxygen to lift away dirt and grime and kill bacteria, giving you fresh, clean clothing and fluffy towels without chemicals or additives. Detergents are not soap . . . they are petrochemical compounds that change the molecular composition of water to allow it to remove dirt and grime from your soiled laundry. The pureWash does the same thing, but without chemicals, using only the power of oxygen to supercharge water and convert it into the most powerful and efficient cleaning agent possible.

Such a simple concept, you'd think it would have been around for decades. And it has, but only for large-scale commercial laundries, hotels and institutional uses. Now, for the first time, GreenTech Environmental, the Industry leader in Green Technology products, is proud to introduce this revolutionary water purification technology, fully-adapted for residential use. The pureWash installs easily to your existing washing machine, no matter which brand or type you may have. It is available in two models, one "Regular Flow Model" for conventional, usually top-load washers, and the other "Low-Flow Model" for the newer, energy-efficient, usually front-load machines. Stop wasting money on hot water and laundry products that pollute our streams and lakes with phosphates. Try the pureWash today and enjoy fresher, cleaner clothes and linens the eco-conscious, natural way.


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Hope EVERYONE buys one!
mike
I hate to think about how much money I wasted this last winter on my gas bill while I was deciding to purchase this unit.
Believer of Liberty
This uses no hot water and the clothes come out as clean, or cleaner than when using detergent.
A. Ashley

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

307 of 311 people found the following review helpful By J. Hoffman on May 9, 2012
Size Name: High-Efficiency Washers Verified Purchase
As a 58-year-old man with three advanced degrees (including broadly analytic lab science - criminalistics) and thirty years of primary home laundry experience, I viewed pureWash's technology and claims with a jaundiced eye. And I've been a "quiet environmentalist" since before participating in the first Earth Day in 1970 (IMHO consistent environmental actions speak louder than the latest "Green" condemnation demagoguery). But the "ionized water" technology has been used over the last decade in institutional and commercial settings with results at least as good as typical detergent-based laundry techniques for both sanitation and cleaning.

The pureWash unit presented favorably upon inspection, installation was quick and without incident, and the unit tested out as specified. Test load was four large heavy cotton bath-sized heavily soiled "dog towels". My spaniel girls, especially the young one, enjoy the wet Spring and get profoundly mucky. The test towels were loaded with dirt and muck and grass stains and filth. I normally wash and rinse warm with a well-rated scent-free liquid detergent and liquid non-chlorine bleach, both properly measured for each load. My primary goals in laundry are to sort properly, wash with the appropriate detergent, use enough detergent to reach "break point" for cleaning the laundry, and to get all the soap and dirt out of the laundry before drying. The pureWash was used without detergent or non-chlorine bleach and with cold wash and rinse. Some initial observations:

* The intake water from the pureWash was actively very fresh smelling without any hint of perfume, just fresh like spring thunderstorm rain.
* The wash water upon draining was filthy and smelled foul (probably because there was no masking detergent odor).
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Customer on May 2, 2013
Size Name: High-Efficiency Washers
After proper installation the unit did not work. No red light or Blue light as indicated. An Electrician determined a bad power cord. I called the company and they were very nice and listened to me. Instead of making me return the entire product for warranty, they simply sent me a new power cord. Power cord made the unit work. Blue lights indicated everything working properly. But the instructions say that the unit will create bubbles when it is working properly. I did not have any bubbles. I figured out that my Low Flow unit could possibly require low water flow. I started restricting my faucet by about 50% and the unit started making bubbles. My newer front loader has higher flow than the Low Flow will allow. I now have the unit working properly with low flow water filling my washer slower. I think the High Flow unit would fit my needs better. Bottom line is the company is very easy to work with and the unit is now working properly. If you have a problem, you can speak with a real person.
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56 of 58 people found the following review helpful By wootiegirl on November 21, 2012
Size Name: Standard-Efficiency Washers Verified Purchase
I purchased the PureWash system in May, 2012 and have purposely waited to write my review.

First, this is obviously a company that puts a lot of innovation and attention to detail into the product. The packaging was outstanding. It includes the unit itself, instructions, a placement guide a small level and a small hammer. I had also watched a YouTube video on installation (recommended) prior to receiving this so I was ready to go once it arrived. Installation was simple and straightforward. I have a standard washer.

Dirt and Grass stain test: For the initial test, I took a white cotton dishtowel and ground in outside dirt and grass (I mean *really* ground this dirt into the cloth). The intial wash of several minutes removed all of the dirt and made a significant dent in the grass stain. Next, I used some detergent on the grass stain and tossed it in the washer again. More stain came out, but not all. Grass is a tough test. I also ground in more fresh grass and pre-treated it with regular detergent. This worked better than without detergent. I do not wash kids' clothes, so I can't speak to those particular challenges or stains, but would like to hear feedback on that if anyone can add a comment.

My first gas bill came in with a savings of over $30, and continues to save at least that much each month. Those savings combined with the savings from not buying laundry soap or fabric softener and I this should be paid off in savings within a year or so. I addded the purchase cost of some natural soap nuts liquid to this estimate.

Everything else: I loved the results immediately. It took me some time to break the detergent/fabric softener habit. I continued to use a small amount of both for a while (until I ran out).
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67 of 72 people found the following review helpful By marisae on July 8, 2012
Size Name: Standard-Efficiency Washers Verified Purchase
I've been on the hunt for the most ecofriendly and efficient way to do laundry for the past few years. I have made my own laundry soap and fabric softener. I've tried several different types of biodegradable laundry soaps. Before Purewash we were using ECOS laundry soap and vinegar (in the wash) and wool laundry balls (in the dryer.) Our clothes were clean and unscented (that is unless they stayed wet too long from leaving them in the washer, or them being hung up to dry and not drying fast enough). We have had the purewash for a few weeks now.

Here is what Purewash has done for our laundry:
-no more hot water
-mostly no detergent, only a little for soiled/smelly laundry like dog beds
-clothes have no smell (even if left in the washer a little too long, or hung up to dry)
-clothes look just as clean as if detergent was used
-using stain remover works well, washing itself doesn't get stains out, but the product manual tells you to use stain remover
-no harsh chemicals next to our skin (especially important for our baby)

Here is what I hoped it would do, but didn't:
-soften clothes and towels (although this could be related to our hard water), I still use Woolzies Wool Dryer Ball, set of 6 ,Natural Fabric Softener for softening

One thing I did notice the first time I used it - the water that drained out the first time smelled AWFUL! It never happened again, so I'm assuming it was purewash cleaning all the gunk from our washer. The Purewash has done well with our baby's cloth diapers too - I used to wash 2x and rinse 3x, now just one time each.
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