Laundry Detergent Alternative Magnetic Laundry System Scientifically Proven!

Magnetic-Laundry-System.

Laundry Detergent Alternative
– Magnetic, Patented And
Scientifically Proven!

 

Who Else Wants To Clean Their Clothes Naturally Without Harsh Detergents And Save Money Too?

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For anyone who wants to save money, or has laundry detergent allergies, or simply wants to help save the environment, this magnetic Laundry Detergent Alternative is for you. Completely reusable and environmentally friendly this Magnetic Laundry System is one of the most powerful washing powder alternatives available today – no wonder it was awarded to US Patents! Check out these amazing benefits:

 

COMPLETELY REUSABLE!…
One package of two Magnetic Laundry Detergent Alternative balls can be used over and over again and even come with a manufacturer’s lifetime warranty!
POWERFUL & EFFECTIVE!…
Detergent free cleaning action, economical, environmentally safe and very easy to use!
CHEMICAL-FREE!…
The Magnetic Laundry Detergent Alternative Balls are great for cleaning the clothes of infants, children and people with chemical sensitivities and allergies. Eliminate chemical-related health problems by eliminating the chemicals.
MAY INCREASE LIFE OF FABRICS!..
No breakdown in the tensile strength of fabrics from harsh chemicals. Your clothes may last longer!
CONVENIENT AND EASY TO USE!…
Just place the Magnetic Laundry Detergent Alternative Balls into your washer & turn it on. At last, no heavy and expensive detergents to lug from the store, and no more messy chemical spills in the laundry room!
SAVES THE ENVIRONMENT, WATER, MONEY & YOUR HEALTH!…
No extra rinse cycle is necessary as there are no chemicals to rinse out. You may find that you do not need softeners or static cling removers. This is absolutely THE 21st Century Laundry Detergent Alternative. NO TOXIC CHEMICALS RELEASED INTO THE ENVIRONMENT OR ONTO YOUR CLOTHES TO CAUSE HEALTH PROBLEMS!
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.


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

LIFETIME WARRANTY AND UNCONDITIONAL
IRONCLAD 30 DAY RISK-FREE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE!…

If you aren’t completely convinced that this System cleans as good, or better than your current laundry detergent, you can send it back within 30 days of original dispatch to you for a full refund! But wait, there’s more! This magnetic Laundry Detergent Alternative comes with A LIFETIME WARRANTY so you will never need to purchase another System!

 

How Does The Magnetic Laundry System Work?

 

The Magnetic Laundry System works under a unique means of water maintenance through direct application of magnetic force. Water has long been known as the “universal solvent”. The Laundry System incorporates powerful, specially calibrated magnetism to help alter the basic nature of water and increase its natural solvency.

In the 1950’s, It was found that chemicals could change the molecular structure of water with the world’s first laundry detergent. It was understood that you needed to reduce the surface tension of the water to help it to clean better. The concept behind this Laundry System is that you can achieve similar results with this unique magnetic technology using no chemicals whatsoever. On an atomic level, everything is affected by magnetics. The Magnetic Laundry System cleans garments by utilizing these principles rather than harsh and expensive laundry detergent chemicals.

You will never need to buy another set of Laundry System units because they operate from a renewable, permanent magnetic source. Laundry detergents work to clean your clothes, but are non-renewable and may create health and environmental risks by potentially poisonous chemical by-products. The Laundry System is not only renewable for your laundry, but for your pocketbook as well. No more wasting money on detergents month after month, year after year. The laundry balls are also extremely convenient and easy to transport to the laundromat.

Washing your clothes without the use of harsh chemical laundry detergents is amazing technology. I truly love that I can do laundry with a natural and renewable process that can last for many decades rather than non-renewable, and ecologically questionable, synthetic chemicals.

The Magnetic Laundry System is not an “ordinary” magnetic system. It is made of special materials adopted specifically for use in a washing machine. They are able to offer a lifetime warranty only because this unique production methods and patented processes have been proven to work time and time again. No other technology can do what this Laundry System can.

The Magnetic Laundry System is patented and made with the highest quality materials. the system is engineered and built to give you many decades of effective service.


Check Out the Incredible Savings of The MLS System Over Detergents!

 

About the Magnetic Laundry System

 

The average family spends approximately $30 a month on laundry detergent, as the aquatic ecosystem of this planet has been pushed to the brink by our mad dash towards whiter whites. Two-thirds of the Earth’s surface is covered with water. Only 3% of that water is freshwater and only a small percentage of that is fit for human consumption. The average home contains 25 gallons of hazardous chemicals including formaldehyde, phenolic, and chlorine compounds (materials that have been found in laundry detergent).

Many ads for laundry detergent talk about the clean smell of the clothes after using their detergent. A nice, fresh, “perfumey” smell. The problem with this is that clean clothes do not smell like perfume…perfume smells like perfume. Clean clothes have no odor at all. Many of us walk around in perfume impregnated clothes. Perfumes are chemical compounds known as aromatics. They have a tendency to weave their way into tight spaces like in our bodies and for some of us, this spells trouble in the form of environmental and chemical sensitivities. Some of those red eyes and runny noses are not because of allergies, but due to the perfume and laundry detergents left behind In our clothes.

The Answer To These Problems
Is the Magnetic Laundry System


 

“How Do I Use Them?”

 

Simply place the laundry system units and your clothes in your washing machine and turn your washer on. Remember, this Magnetic Laundry System replaces laundry detergent only. The use of prewash spot-remover sprays, bleaches or additives are optional and may be used at your own discretion. The laundry system is also extremely convenient and simple to use, and it is easy to transport to the laundromat (if you don’t do your wash at home).

 

Should We Be Concerned About Laundry Detergent?

 

Chlorine Issues: Chlorine is a chemical that is frequently added to rid water of excess phosphates and other chemicals found in laundry detergent. It can kill the friendly intestinal flora that protects the body from harmful pathogens and make important vitamins like vitamin B12. Chlorine can also cause skin irritation and digestive disorders and may be a factor in serious diseases. Chlorinated water contains carcinogens, which, when inside cells, may cause mutation of DNA. This can affect areas of the body such as the blood and mother’s milk.

Water and Environmental Issues: Just about every household, hotel, hospital, nursing home, prison and military base in the developed world uses laundry detergent to clean their garments and linens. Because these chemicals are non-renewable (one-time use) billions of tons of these chemicals get dumped back into the water supply every year. The concern of many environmentalists is that we are poisoning ourselves slowly, and this has been one of the main reasons we have made the transition from drinking tap water, to exclusively drinking bottled spring water over the last 15 years. Much of the freshwater supply has become undrinkable. Because water is the most critical element for human beings in the environment, it is in our best interests to do whatever we can to protect our precious and fragile freshwater supply for the future.

Health Issues: Many people have negative reactions to using synthetic chemicals like those found in detergents and other cleaners. The reactions can range from mild skin irritation to full-blown allergic/chemical sensitivity reactions like severe rashes and respiratory difficulties. The laundry chemicals are never fully rinsed out in the washing machine and may serve as a constant irritant on your clothes all day, every day. There is a percentage of the population that has no tolerance for chemicals, and they have no choice but to seek alternatives.

Additional Issues: Other chemicals in commercial laundry detergents include perfumes and fluorescent dyes. Perfumes can be highly toxic and can seriously exacerbate allergies and chemical sensitivities. The fluorescent dyes make clothes look “whiter” by fluorescing in daylight. (That’s why your white clothes seem to glow when you go somewhere that “black light” — ultraviolet — is being used.) Also, excess detergent can stick around in your washer where it forms compounds with hard water that settle on your clothes, and so on.

 

History of Laundry Detergent

 

Sixty years ago, it was discovered that chemical technology could change the molecular structure of water with the introduction of the very first laundry detergent. It was understood that you needed to lower the surface tension of the water to allow it to clean better. This was achieved by using chemical surfactants. The concept behind the Life Miracle Laundry System is that you can achieve similar results with our unique magnetic technology using no chemicals whatsoever. The Laundry System alters the normal state of water with permanent, renewable magnetic force rather harsh chemicals.

Washing your clothes without the use of chemical laundry detergent is an extraordinary, paradigm-shifting concept. The subject of magnetic hydrodynamics is not new, it dates back many centuries (first being used in countries where chemical capabilities for water conditioning were less developed). We are not the first to understand the value of a magnetic field to change the molecular structure of water, but we are the first to utilize it in this very specific and significant way to benefit the environment and people’s health. We believe strongly in making an investment in renewable technology that can effectively last for many decades rather than profiteering from vast volumes of harmful chemicals.

What are the advantages of the Laundry System over laundry detergent?

No Harsh Chemicals– Non-Polluting– Non-Toxic– Non-Irritating–Color Safe–No-Rinse Cycle Needed–Will Not Damage Fabrics–Convenient and Economical–Easy To Use–Environmentally Friendly–Extraordinary Long Term Savings
 

Magnetism and Magnetic Properties

 

“On an atomic level, nearly everything is affected by magnetics.”

The mysterious power of magnetism has fascinated people wherever and whenever they have come into contact with it. Magnetism was discovered thousands of years ago in China; however, other areas of the world have also experienced its effects. Legend has it that in ancient Greece, a shepherd named Magnes discovered a magnetic rock. While leading his sheep across the mountain, he struck the metal tip of his crooked rod into the rock and found that an unseen force (a magnetic field) held the iron rod in place. It was only with great effort that he was able to free the rod from the rock. No one had a ready explanation, so it was assumed that the rock, which they called Magnet, had a soul of its own.

The answer to this invisible magnetic force remained a mystery until Gilbert (1544-1603), an English physician, came close to explaining the secret. His book, De Magnett, contained much information about magnetism. He discovered that you could break a magnet into smaller and smaller pieces, and each piece would still exhibit the same magnetic properties. Now we know that these properties result from the electrons in each atom spinning in a circular path around its nucleus. When an external force is applied to ferrous metal (iron), the atoms and their electrons orient in one direction, and the metal is said to have a north pole and south pole similar to the poles of the Earth.

The Earth’s molten lava, spinning in the depth of its core, is thought to generate millions or billions of amperes of electrical current. This electrical current creates the magnetic field around the Earth, which we refer to as the magnetic North and South Poles.

Some older books indicate that the magnetic field flows from the North Pole to the South Pole and returns internally from the South Pole to the North Pole. It is now thought that the magnetic field flows around the Earth from the South Pole to the North Pole. A discovery by a geological researcher in Australia indicates that perhaps every ten thousand to fifty thousand years, the Earth’s magnetic field continues to decrease and eventually changes its direction of flow. (Tischler)

Hendrick Lorentz was one of the pioneers in research of magnetic force and its effect on particles. He, and pupil Pieter Zeeman jointly won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1902. The Zeeman Effect (the work of both scientists) explains how a magnetic field can alter the normal state of hydrogen, one of the two main components in water (Oxygen being the other). Specifically, external applied magnetic force splits energy levels in hydrogen atoms. The hydrogen atom is one of the most important dynamical systems in all of physics, for several reasons:

  1. Hydrogen is the far and away the most abundant element in the known universe. About 92% by number of the nuclei in the universe are hydrogen, 75% by mass.
  2. Even though it is a relatively simple system, the physics of the hydrogen atom contains many important quantum mechanical concepts that extend to more complex atoms and other systems.
  3. Because of its relative simplicity, the hydrogen atom can be solved theoretically to very high precision. Experimental measurements involving hydrogen thus offer very sensitive tests of modern physical theories, like quantum electrodynamics.

Research performed by 1976 Nobel Prize nominee for Medical Physics (Rawls) has demonstrated that there is a change in the hydrogen ion electronic activity in magnetically treated water. The hydrogen ions (charged particles) are altered to a noticeably higher state of activity. Further research into this phenomena indicated that magnetically treated water can reduce the amount of dissolved nitrogen in water. Reduction in nitrogen can decrease the growth of algae in rivers, streams and lakes. This is of significant benefit, as algae can cause a variety of health and environmental problems such as red tide and the sickness and death of massive amounts of marine life. His research clearly showed that water can be altered by applied magnetic force.

The theory behind the Magnetic Laundry System is that the magnetic eddy currents created by the Laundry System assist in lowering the surface tension of the wash water to increase its natural solvency and more able to permeate the garments to release soil and odors. The concept is that hydrogen, at an atomic level, is altered by magnetic force. Therefore, as a main element of water, water is similarly altered by magnetic force.

When a pole (or “terminal”) of a magnet is placed in close proximity (or submerged) in water, the atoms in the immediate area become more highly charged by the electric field from the magnet. It is believed that this increased charge causes the “activated” water (the universal solvent) to become an even better solvent to clean clothes.

Research into the magnetic application of water must still be considered in its infancy, but there is significant research to suggest that magnetics affect nearly everything at an atomic level and is the basis of the theory of why clothes are cleaned when using our technology in a conventional washing machine.

This information is only mentioned to describe a basis of explaining the “why” behind the system. Though most are satisfied by simply using the technology and personally experiencing its benefits in practical application, others seek further explanation as to “why” their telephone can send their voices instantaneously over a wire or “why” an airplane weighing several tons can defy gravity and transport them through the air around the world.

Years of intense research, trial and error, testing and two U.S. Patents awarded (with additional patents pendin

Laundry Index Table “A-B”

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Our detergent recommendations are based on the following criteria

 

To be reommended for cloth diapers:

 

  • The detergent must not contain fabric softener.
  • The detergent must contain enough cleaning agent (surfactants) to clean poo from cloth diapers.
  • Must not have reported burn issues, repellancy issues or cause damage to the cloth diapers.
  • Must not contain sodium cocoate, which can build up on fibers and cause repelling

 

To be reommended for hunting gear or military combat uniforms:

 

  • The detergent must not contain fragrances.
  • The detergent must not contain optical brighteners.

 

Individual detergent recommendations will vary based on

 
1. Washing machine type (front loader, top loader, etc)

2. Water condition (hard water, soft water, etc)
 

Laundry Detergents “A”

 

 
Image Product Details Recommended? HE Safe?

A Happy Green Life Powder

NOTES: Basically this powder contains baking soda, oxiclean, and washing soda.

  • No Enzymes
  • No Optical Brighteners
  • Fragrance or Essential Oil (optional)
  • No sodium cocoate

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
ace-liquid

Ace (Ace Ultra, Ultra Ace, etc) Liquid

NOTES: South American version of Tide

  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes
Ace-Laundry-Soap-W-Bleach-171oz

Ace (Ace Ultra, Ultra Ace, etc.) Powder

NOTES: South American version of Tide

  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes

ahold-single-dose-pacs

Ahold Liquid

NOTES: Package is very vague! Simply says “Contains Anionic and/or Nonionic Surfactants, Enzymes”. Product page also says “Detergent. Stain remover. Brightener” It is Synthetic based.

  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes
Ajax Dual Action Clean laundry detergent

Ajax Dual Action Clean Liquid

NOTES: Synthetic Based. Package simply says “Includes Biodegradable Surfactants (Anionic and Nonionic). Contains no Phosphorus.” The US Dept. Of Human Services listed the following information about Ajax 2x Ultra Liquid, which is the new name. Contains: Nonionic surfactant(s) (unspecified), Formaldehyde, Ethanol/SD Alcohol 40, Sodium carbonate, Sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate, C14-15 Pareth-7, Cleaning agent(s), Sudsing agent, Anionic surfactant(s) (unspecified)!!!

Cloth Diapers Yes
Ajax 2X Ultra Liquid Detergent with Bleach Alternative

Ajax 2X Ultra Liquid Detergent with Bleach Alternative

NOTES Contains Softeners so not a good option for cloth diapers. Has fragrances so not a good option for hunting or combat uniforms.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
all-laundry-powder-pail

All Powder

NOTES: Does not contain sodium cocoate.

  • No Enzymes
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes
all-baby-laundry-detergent

All Baby Liquid

NOTES: Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers. According to EWG “Poor disclosure; May contain ingredients with potential for Combat Uniformte aquatic toxicity; respiratory effects; kidney and urinary effects”. Contains sodium cocoate.

Yes
all-free-and-clear-powder detergent index cleanitguide.com

All Free Clear Powder

NOTES Does not contain sodium cocoate.

  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes
all-free-and-clear-powder detergent index cleanitguide.com

All Free Clear Liquid

NOTES: Contains Biodegradable Anionic And/Or Nonionic Surfactants, Water Softeners, Brightener, Enzymes, Sodium Percarbonate And Processing Aids. Reported repellancy issues with cloth diapers.

  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance

Yes
all-free-and-clear-military-edition-liquid

All Free Clear (Military Edition) Liquid

NOTES: Only available at military commissary. Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
i-love-all-free-and-clear-oxi

All Free Clear Plus Oxi Liquid

NOTES Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
All Fresh and Sensitive Liquid

All Fresh and Sensitive Liquid

NOTES

  • No Enzymes

Yes
all powercore

All Powercore Pacs, Free Clear

NOTES

  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
all-small-and-might-liquid

All Small and Mighty Free & Clear Liquid

NOTES: Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers. Contains: Ethoxylated Lauryl Alcohol, Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Propylene glycol, Alcohol Ether Sulfate, Coconut fatty acid salt, Glycerin, Ethanolamine, Water, Protease (an enzyme), Acrylic Polymer, Disodium Distyrylbiphenyl Disulfonate (optical Brightener!), Denatonium Benzoate

  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance

Cloth Diapers Yes
all-mighty-pacs-free-clear

All Mighty Pacs Free & Clear Liquid

NOTES: Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers. Contains: Ethoxylated Lauryl Alcohol, Sodium Dodecylbenzenesulfonate, Propylene glycol, Alcohol Ether Sulfate, Coconut fatty acid salt, Glycerin, Ethanolamine, Water, Protease (an enzyme), Acrylic Polymer, Disodium Distyrylbiphenyl Disulfonate (optical Brightener!), Denatonium Benzoate

  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance

Yes
mollys-suds-all-sport-wash

All Sport Wash Liquid by Molly Suds

NOTES: Contains: Purified water, decyl glucoside, vegetable glycerin, plant based minerals and enzymes, sodium bicarbonate, cocomide MEA, vanilla extract, organic sweet orange oil, plant based alcohol* *Alcohol is used in processing, however, it is not in the finished product. Note: Seasonal variations in raw materials may affect product color but does not affect efficacy

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
all-stain-lifter-liquid-laundry-detergent

All Stain Lifter Liquid

NOTES Reported repellency issues with cloth diapers.

  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance

Yes
all-oxi-liquid

All with Oxi Liquid

NOTES May contain ingredients with potential for Government enforceable restrictions; respiratory effects; biodegradation. Reports of repelling issues with cloth diapers.

  • No Softeners

Yes
Allens-naturally-powder-laundry-detergent

Allens Naturally Powder

NOTES Best for babies with sensitive skin, however, doesn’t clean very well! Rinses well in cold water

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
allens-powder

Allens Naturally Ultra Powder

NOTES Although there are no brighteners, the label reads “Not recommended for military uniforms”.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
allens-liquid-detergent-150x150

Allens Naturally Liquid

NOTES Allen’s Naturally liquid laundry detergent requires only 1/4 oz for HE Machines.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Amway-Legacy-Of-Clean-SA8

Amway, Legacy of Clean SA8 Powder

NOTES According to this products disclosure report it does contain Sodium carbonate. 1/8 cup cleans a medium load of clothes.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Amway-Legacy-Of-Clean-SA8-Supreme-Laundry-Detergent-liquid

Amway SA8 Laundry Detergent Legacy of Clean, Floral Scent Liquid

NOTES

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
AmwayLegacyofCleanAllFabricBleachPowder

Amway Legacy of Clean All Fabric Bleach Powder

NOTES Recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Safer Choice Program.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Amway Legacy of Clean Delicate Laundry Detergent, Liquid

Amway Legacy of Clean Delicate Laundry Detergent, Liquid

NOTES

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No sodium cocoate

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Amway Legacy of Clean SA8 Liquid Laundry Detergent, Light Scent

Amway Legacy of Clean SA8 Liquid Laundry Detergent, Light Scent

NOTES Has fragrance so not a good idea for hunting or combat. Added softeners make this a bad option for cloth diapers.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
Attitude Baby Fragrance-Free

Attitude Baby Fragrance-Free

NOTES Good plant-based option. Use half a cap in prewash and a whole cap and a half in the main wash. Wash on hot and add a water softener if your water is at all hard. Awesome for sensitive skin and eczema!

  • No Optical Brighteners

Cloth Diapers Yes
Attitude-ylang-ylang-tangerine

Attitude Ylang-Ylang & Tangerine

NOTES Good plant-based option. Use half a cap in prewash and a whole cap and a half in the main wash. Wash on hot and add a water softener if your water is at all hard. Good Value For Money

  • No Optical Brighteners

Cloth Diapers Yes
lavendar-grapefruit

Attitude Lavender & Grapefruit

NOTES Good plant-based option. Use half a cap in prewash and a whole cap and a half in the main wash. Wash on hot and add a water softener if your water is at all hard.

  • No Optical Brighteners

Cloth Diapers Yes

 

Laundry Detergents “B”

 

 
Image Product Details Recommended? HE Safe?
babies-r-us-liquid-laundry-detergent

Babies R Us Baby Liquid Detergent

NOTES Not enough available information to recommend this brand.
Yes
baby-ganics-laundry-detergent-

BabyGanics Loads of Love 3X, Fragrance-Free

Loads of Love is an unscented detergent that has none of all the “bad stuff” in regular laundry detergent. This means that it is free from petrolatum, phthalates, sulfates, synthetic fragrance, and parabens.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
BabyGanics 3X Lavender liquid

BabyGanics 3X Lavender liquid

 

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes

Cloth Diapers Yes
Biokleen-Bac-Out-Stain-Odor-Remover-16-fl

Bac-Out Liquid

NOTES This is a booster. Particularly helpful with detergents that do not contain enzymes.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Fragrance

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Berkley-Jensen-Ultra

Berkley Jensen Ultra

NOTES Equivalent to Tide

  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners

Cloth Diapers Yes
Better_Life

Better Life Liquid Lavender Grapefruit

NOTES Not recommended for cloth diapers due to the Potassium Cocoate ingredient (coconut derived) that will build up in diapers. It is a great economical and eco-friendly option for all other fabrics! Works in all temperatures and for all types of fabric with great results. Non-toxic and biodegradable. Safe around kids, pets, and the planet. Never tested on animals. Kind to waterways and marine life. Made in the USA with solar energy! This variety is Scented with essential oils and botanical extracts. Due to the scents from essential oils, we don’t recommend this variety for hunting or combat.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
better-life-unscented

Better Life Unscented

NOTES Not recommended for cloth diapers due to the Potassium Cocoate ingredient (coconut derived) that will build up in diapers. It is a great economical and eco-friendly option for all other fabrics! Works in all temperatures and for all types of fabric with great results. Non-toxic and biodegradable. Safe around kids, pets, and the planet. Never tested on animals. Kind to waterways and marine life. Made in the USA with solar energy!

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Bio-D-Laundry-Detergent

Bio D Concentrated Laundry Liquid

NOTES No petrochemicals, phosphates, preservatives, enzymes or synthetic perfumes. Hypoallergenic, suitable for sensitive skin.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Bio D Nappy Fresh Sanitiser and Stain Remover

Bio D Nappy Fresh Sanitiser and Stain Remover Powder

NOTES This is a booster. It is HE safe and plant based. It’s added to the main wash. No petrochemicals, phosphates, preservatives, enzymes or synthetic perfumes!

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
bio-vert-laundry-detergent

Bio-Vert Liquid, Fresh Cotton

NOTES Contains sodium cocoate, which can build up on fibers and cause repelling issues on cloth diapers. This variety is scented so it’s not recommended for combat or hunting gear.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners

Yes
Biokleen-Laundry-Powder-Free-and-Clear-10-Lb

Bio-O-Kleen Powder Free & Clear Powder

NOTES According to various cloth diaper forums, this brand of detergent causes repellency issues with pocket diapers.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
Bio-O-Kleen Liquid Laundry Detergent

Bio-O-Kleen Liquid Laundry Detergent

NOTES Great all around choice

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
biokleen-baby

Biokleen Baby Laundry Detergent Liquid

NOTES

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
biz-stain-odor-remover

Biz Stain & Odor Eliminator Powder

NOTES Enzyme booster

  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers Yes
Boardwalk Huracan40 Powder

Boardwalk Huracan40 Powder

NOTES Contains sodium metasilicates. Sodium metasilicates are non-flammable, non-explosive, and non-toxic. They are, however, alkaline materials and pose hazards to the skin and eyes. The physiological effects of contact range from causing irritation to causing chemical burns. The detergent powder is a mixture of: Disodium carbonate and Alcohols, C10-16 (Emulsifiers/Surfactants), ethoxylated. Has fragrance therefor we can not recommend it for hunting or military camo.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
bold-2-in-1

Bold (European) Liquid

NOTES This product has synthetic fabric softener and therefor we can not recommend it for cloth diapers. The natural flavouring, coumarin, can cause liver damage in highly sensitive individuals! 5-15% Anionic Surfactants, <5% Non-Ionic Surfactants, Phosphonates, Soap, Enzymes, Optical Brighteners, Benzisothiazolinone, Perfumes, Benzyl Salicylate, Coumarin, Hexyl Cinnamal (perfume), Linalool (scent)
  • No Dyes
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
borax

Borax Powder

NOTES Borax is a water softener. Great for anyone with hard water.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
boulder-laundry-detergent

Boulder Liquid

NOTES COntains METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE and SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE which are toxic to aquatic life! Also contains SODIUM BORATE which the Enviroment Working Group list as a High Concern: developmental/endocrine/reproductive effects. There are some outdated sites out there reporting that this is not HE safe, this is very old information! This brand has been HE safe for several years!

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Yes
branch-basics-laundry-detergent

Branch Basics Liquid

NOTES These ingredients are about as pure as you can get! Purified Water, Coco Glucoside (Sugar-Based Cleanser), Chamomilla Recutita (Chamomile) Flower Extract*, Decyl Glucoside (Sugar-Based Cleanser), Sodium Citrate (Food-Grade Emulsifier), Lauryl Glucoside (Sugar-Based Cleanser), Sodium Bicarbonate (Food-Grade Baking Soda), Sodium Phytate (Plant-Based Antioxidant). This has an OXYGEN BOOSTER of Pure sodium percarbonate combined with sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), which is NOT the same thing as Optical brighteners.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No sodium cocoate

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
bumgenius

BumGenius Powder

Moms report cloth diapers are clean, and no funky smell.  Commonly used on both pocket diapers and prefolds. This old version is harder to find and is basically the same as Country Save detergent. It just takes more of this (compared to Country Save) to wash your clothes.

  • No Optical Brighteners
  • No Enzymes
  • No Dyes
  • No Softeners
  • No Fragrance

Cloth Diapers
Hunting Gear
Combat Uniform
Yes
buncha-farmers-liquid-laundry-detergent

Buncha Farmers Detergent Liquid

NOTES Ingredients are not listed. Simply says “all natural ingredients” so we can not recommend!

Yes

 

50 lb Bag Of Borax – What is Borax? Where Can I Buy It?

50 lb Bag Of Borax

Borax, also known as sodium borate (Na2B4O7.10H2), is a colorless, salt-like substance that can also be a white powder. Borax has a number of legitimate applications and is widely used in manufacturing as detergents, water softeners, and weak antiseptics. It is also used to make fertilizers, pesticides, and is sometimes found in pharmaceuticals. Some Asian cultures use Borax during food preparation as a firming agent, meat rub, preservative, or tenderizer.
 

What is Borax Powder

 
Borax powder comes from sodium borate, a naturally occurring mineral. Borax has lots of applications and it’s widely used as a cleaning agent and in cosmetics.

You can usually buy Borax powder in the laundry section of local grocery stores. It has 2 to 3 year shelf life and must be kept away from excessive moisture.
 

Where can I buy a 50 lb Bag of Borax?

 
You can purchase bulk quantities of Borax (sodium borate) online, however, the most common bulk weight is sold in 55-pound units. I purchase mine in the 55-lb resealable buckets. (found here ) . There are a few sellers who have the 50 lb size, but weight for weight and quality for quality the 55 lb I’ve been purchasing is the most economical.
 
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Some Facts about Borax

 
The largest Borax deposits are found in Chile, California, Tibet and the southwestern U.S. Borax looks like white table salt, but its consistency is similar to that of powder. It is not reactive and flammable but is known for its toxicity.

The first confirmed use of this mineral occurred in the tenth century. It was utilized in China for ceramic glazes and since then, it has been utilized for everything from household cleaning to flea control and cosmetics.
 

Uses for Borax powder

 
Laundry – This powder doesn’t contain chlorine or phosphates. It functions efficiently as a laundry booster when pre-treating stains and doing regular and delicate wash loads. Borax controls alkalinity, deodorizes clothing and serves as a water conditioner.

Cosmetics – Borax is found in lotions, gels, shampoos, bath bombs, bath salts, and creams. It’s an emulsifier, a cleansing agent, a buffering agent, and a preservative. Usually used in bath salts, it can soften the water as well as suspend soap particles in your bathwater.

The result is clean, healthy and soft skin that is not clogged by the remainder of soap particles. When used together with citric acid in bath salt recipes or bath bomb, it will create a fizzing action. When mixed with guar gum and water, it forms a body or bath gel. Overall, Borax serves as a preservative, water softener, emulsifier, and a buffering agent.

Household cleaning – It can be used to clean floors and walls. Borax also leaves toilets and sinks sparkling clean as it is an effective stain remover. It can be utilized to deodorize garbage disposals, mattresses, diaper pails, and trash barrels.

Borax for killing ants – Ants and other insects can be eliminated through the use of natural cleaner called borax. Spread the cleaner on all the entry points of your house and make baiting traps with a solution mixed with borax to kill ants. The use of borax in eliminating ants in your home is a natural, affordable, and frequently efficient way to implement pest management without seeking the help of professional exterminators.

For slight ant issues, dealing with the affected areas such as focusing on the entry and gathering points will be enough. Get a little bit of borax and make thin lines out of it within the perimeters of your rooms, in your doorways, near the back of counters, and in any place that ants could use as an entry point. Leaving out borax to kill ants close to their entry points motivates the ants to eat the solution and go away instead of entering your home.

If you find the ants are not eating the borax, try combining sugar with the borax. That should make it more tempting. Some kinds of ants tend to be choosy compared to others when eating their food. Trying a combination of 6 or 7 portions of sugar to 3 or 4 portions of borax and slowly raising the quantity of borax to kill ants during the period of a few days will be more inviting to most ants species.

Using borax to kill ants would also be effective if you use them to clean countertops and other hard surfaces. Just put small mixture borax with hot water. In creating a cleaning solution, use 3.7 liters of hot water together with 1/2 cup solution of borax then use it to mop your floors and cabinets.

A different way to use borax to kill ants is through making ant traps with this kind of solution. Mix a tiny bit of borax with any kind of food that you see ants are eating in your house to poison and kill them. Combining a substantial sprinkle of borax, honey, molasses or jelly will attract the ants because of the sweet taste and smell thus forcing them to eat the borax.

An additional method to make the poison is by soaking cotton balls in a combination of hot water, borax, and honey and then placing them in places where you see ants getting together.

Borax for killing fleas – The best thing about Borax for fleas is that is an all-natural pest killer. With it being all-natural it not only gets rid of the fleas that are trying their best to take over your home but it will also keep your family and your pets safe. Having no synthetic ingredients it does no damage to your carpet or your vacuum.

Borax is designed to kill fleas but it’s not a product that you use on your pets directly. It is designed to be used as a clean-up product. This means that the Borax fleas powder is thrown down and cleaned up.

Other uses – Borax powder can be used to reduce smoke and ash problems and it also helps in flower preservation. Aside from this, Borax is also the main ingredient in homemade slimes for the kids.
 

Is Borax powder safe to use?

 
Borax must not be ingested as ingesting large doses might be fatal.

It should not be inhaled as well. Exposure to eyes or skin might cause irritation. It should be kept out of the reach of pets and children. Overall, Borax is safe to use, but proper handling is important to make sure that unwanted incidents will not happen.

 

 

Does Dryer Disinfect Clothes? Tips On Killing Germs In Laundry

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There’s nothing quite as comforting as a clean and cozy bed when you’re feeling under the weather. But with all the coughing, sneezing, and sweating – your sickness sanctuary quickly becomes a haven for germs and bacteria. Without proper cleaning, this could cause illness to return to you or spread to others.

Learn how to eliminate lingering germs from your linens and get back to sleeping in crisp, clean comfort.
 

Does Dryer Disinfect Clothes?

 

Yes, heat is your friend. Use the highest heat setting and pay attention to how long the dryer runs. Kelly Renolds, a germ researcher at the University of Arizona, says “high heat drying for at least 28 minutes is the most effective way to kill viruses.

Preparing Germ-Infected Bedding for Wash

Once you’re feeling better:

  1. Remove all bedding (sheets, blankets, pillowcases, etc.).
  2. Place the bedding in an empty laundry bag or basket, keeping it all away from your face and body as much as possible.
  3. If you have both colors and whites, separate them and plan to wash the colors first.
  4. Begin washing one load at a time.

 

Washing Germ-Infected Laundry

 
Your best ally in the battle against bacteria and germs is heat. That’s why your water should be is steaming hot, not lukewarm, when label instructions permit.

Use the hottest wash temperature setting for the best disinfecting results.

Try using one (or all) of these household products for strong and effective sanitation:

  • Bleach – Add ½ cup once the wash cycle has started.  You should use color-safe bleach for any dyed fabrics, and chlorine bleach for white bedding.
  • Hydrogen peroxide – Unlike chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide is safe for most fabrics and dyes. Add 1 cup of this antiseptic oxidizer to your wash. Note: you should still spot test to make sure it doesn’t cause discoloration.
  • Borax – Add ½ cup to your wash. Borax does all kinds of good things for your laundry. It increases stain-removal, neutralizes odors, and disinfects extremely well.

If you use a laundry bag, you can add it to the wash as well. If you use a basket, clean it with disinfectant wipes once everything’s in the washer.