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6 Signs You Need To Invest In A Laundry Scrubber

Posted by Warner Service on Mar 23, 2018 9:00:00 AM


The Laundry Scrubber® is a homeowner’s hassle-free total laundry solution that’s lab-tested and Mom-approved. It’s time to seriously rethink the way you do laundry in your home. Here are a few warning signs that you need to invest in this laundry product:

You realize how bad grocery store laundry products are. Researchers from the University of Washington studied top-selling laundry products, and every one contained at least one chemical that’s flagged as “toxic” or “hazardous” under federal law. Those chemicals weren’t even listed on the label.

“Five of the six products emitted one or more carcinogenic ‘hazardous air pollutants,’ which are considered by the Environmental Protection Agency to have no safe exposure level,” said study author Anne Steinemann.

This includes artificial fragrances, cleaning agents/surfactants, formula stabilizers, bleach, brighteners, phosphates, and ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid (EDTA). These chemicals, including Sodium Lauryl Sulfate; Sodium Laureth Sulfate; Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate; 1,4-Dioxane; Nonylphenol Ethoxylate; and phosphates, trigger skin allergies.

ActivePure® technology eliminates the need for these expensive, harmful laundry products, especially hypoallergenic laundry detergent. The innovative process rids residue from fabric fibers, so fragrances and softeners are no longer needed for soft and clean towels, linens, and clothing.

You want to save money. “Washing laundry is a significant use of water...accounting for 15 to 40 percent of the overall water consumption inside the typical household of four persons,” according to Home Water Works, a project of the Alliance for Water Efficiency.

“Instead of leading oxygen-based powders that require hot water for activation,” this laundry product works with cold water. Because hot water is significantly more expensive than cold, you save on your monthly bill due with this cold water system.

Also, you save about $500 annually by avoiding pricey detergents, bleach, fabric softeners, and other products (excluding pretreatment, depending on how tough the stain is).

You don’t have time to schedule a plumber’s visit. You don’t need to miss work to stay home and wait for a plumber to perform regular maintenance. With no additional plumbing, aside from the initial connection to the washing machine’s standard hoses, the Laundry Scrubber® saves money and time on installation, repairs, and replacements.

You’re tired of buying new clothes every year. According to the International Fabricare Institute, dress shirts are designed to last about two years or between 30 to 40 washes.

The Scrubber’s® product brochure says that you “notice hidden savings of longer lasting clothing and linens that hold up better through repeated washes. Cold water is easier on laundry, and detergent build-up that weighs down fabrics [is] no issue.”

Also, normal operation shouldn’t have a negative effect on elastic.

You want to help the environment. The average American family washes almost 400 loads of laundry each year, which adds up to 12,000 gallons of water -- a waste to the ecosystem. For a small commitment to the environment, read up on our complete list of the best eco-friendly products or purchase the Laundry Scrubber®.

It “operates without any added chemicals, powders, bleaches, or soaps,” which means you avoid draining chemical-laden water into the environment. The contained system doesn’t leave behind refuse from boxes, cartons, and plastic containers from purchases, giving you the ultimate green laundry.

You want to help the national economy. This product is designed, engineered, and made in the United States for reliability and durability, which means you’re helping to sustain U.S.-based jobs and companies.

If you want cleaner, healthier laundry for your family that costs you less each month, give us a call about the Laundry Scrubber®. You can also click on the button below for more information:

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Topics: Plumbing, Ecofriendliness, Appliances, Buying Recommendations