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The pureWash Professional-Grade Ionic Laundry Purifier (High-Efficiency Washers)

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  • • Imagine being able to get dazzling-fresh laundry without detergents, fabric softener, or even hot water . . . you can with pureWash
  • • the pureWash applies the same technology in use for over a decade in hospitals, hotels, and commercial laundromats, the pureWash is the only product of its kind to harness the natural power of oxygen
  • • Only pureWash can produce sparkling clean wash without any chemicals or additives using cold water
  • • 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
  • • Easy to install and costs only pennies a month to operate, 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 Information

Technical Details
Brand NameGreenTech Environmental
Model InfopureWash High Efficiency
Item Weight5 pounds
Product Dimensions16.5 x 3.8 x 9.5 inches
Item model numberpureWash High Efficiency
Part Number pureWash High Efficiency
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,620 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.4 pounds
Date First AvailableJune 21, 2011
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Product Description

Imagine doing your laundry without detergents, fabric softener, or even hot water, and getting superior results. With the pureWash Detergent-Free Laundry System, you will experience truly clean clothes the natural way. The pureWash harnesses the power of pure oxygen to reach deep into the fibers of your wash to lift away dirt and grime from your laundry and kill bacteria, giving you fresh, clean clothing and fluffy towels without chemicals or additives. Laundry additives rely on harsh chemicals that leave behind residues on your clothing and compromise the environment and irritate your skin. And chemicals cause wear and tear on your clothing and linens. Now there is an alternative that not only improves your laundry, it's cost-saving too. The pureWash uses cold water to clean laundry and costs only pennies per wash load. And think of the savings on laundry products and hot water. No wonder commercial and hospital laundries have been using the same technology for more than a decade, technology developed by the founders of GreenTech Environmental, who now, for the first time, have re-engineered this technology to bring you a reliable and effective product for home use. The pureWash is easy to operate can be installed by the homeowner. Once the pureWash is installed, simply operate your washer as usual. The pureWash automatically turns on when water flows into your washer, and it turns off automatically when the water stops. The LED panel lights up and you will see the enhanced oxygenation bubbles pass through in the tube in the window and into your washer. When the water stops flowing, the pureWash automatically turns off following a short cool-down period. And the pureWash is 100% maintenance-free, with no filters or bulbs to replace ever. Experience the miracle of oxygenation and confirm your commitment to eco-conscious living by replacing chemical-laden laundry products with the natural cleaning power of the pureWash Detergent-Free Laundry System.

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Customer Reviews

This uses no hot water and the clothes come out as clean, or cleaner than when using detergent.
A. Ashley
I chose a full refund and will wait for the new product since I know of no one that has had personal success with the new product.
Daniel L. Shaw
I will keep the review at three stars for now until I see if the unit will last longer then the original 4 months.
Gary Skinner

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452 of 462 people found the following review helpful By J. Hoffman on May 9, 2012
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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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105 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Customer on May 2, 2013
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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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Believer of Liberty on April 25, 2013
After several months of studying this "pureWash" and after my wife firmly commented that we were not going to even think about buying one,,,,, I bought one. When I unpacked the box and she could see what it was,,,, you know what hit the fan. Man did I get the silent treatment.

After I checked the water pressure and temperature, 60 psig at 58 degrees F, I mounted the unit on the wall, hooked up all the water lines, turned on the power and did a flush on our LG 4.0 front load washer. In just a few minutes I could begin smelling the ozone's. Our laundry room is only 9' x 8' so the smell got strong quickly. Luckily we have an exhaust fan and a window in our laundry room so I was able to remove the smell quickly. I have even noticed a fresher smell through the house which is nice. My granddaughter said "it smells like the Ocean."

Anyway, my wife has this blouse that has a stain on the front. She was planning to take it to the cleaner to see if the stain would come out. I took this blouse and threw it into the washer with towel, t-shirts, p-jays, and whatever else was in the laundry basket. I did treat the blouse with a Spot Removal product. When the wash cycle was finished I removed this blouse and the stain was GONE. My wife looked for the stain, none there, smelled her blouse and smiled but still not speaking to me. Then I took a white t-shirt that was washed a few days ago in hot water with bleach and compared it with one that was washed with her blouse and said can you tell which one was wash in bleach and hot water Vs the "pureWash". She picked the "pureWash" t-shirt as being the one washed in bleach and hot water.

Pros; Cleaner clothes, better smelling clothes. No detergents, bleach or softener. Occasional spot removal.
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By C. Hough on February 23, 2013
I bought ours from Direct Buy but wanted to post a review here so more people could learn about this product. It works as described. Our Whirlpool Duet washer uses hot water even on the cold cycle so I needed to buy the "Y" water splitter from Home Depot. I knew this because when I ran a load on cold, the hot water hose got warm. I really like the fresh smell of the laundry, kind of like the smell of a thunder storm. My son says it smells like tv static (whatever that means). My wife does prefer to add a little fabric softener and/or detergent for the scent but I never use any. If you leave a load in the washer overnight, there is no musty smell in the morning. Our dish towels used to smell after the detergent perfume smell wore away but now they don't. We also had some black mold growing in the soap tray that got washed away after 2 PureWash loads. Based on the amount of detergent my wife used for 5 of our clothes a year and the great price we got from Direct Buy, this unit should pay for itself in under 2 years. The only issue I had with the installation was that the paper template to drill the screw holes was off. The screw holes were too close together on the template. Make sure you hold the unit up to the wall to verify the holes before drilling.
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