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August 2nd, 2006

Space Age Technology Enters the Laundry Room

New appliance could be “the next microwave oven,” and those that get involved early will become millionaires. Every second of the day, 1,000 loads of laundry are started in the world. Each load will discharge 25-30 gallons of phosphate laden water back into our environment and consume an estimated $6 billion of laundry detergent in the US alone. A new technology is now available that gets clothes cleaner using only cold water and no detergent, bleach or fabric softener; and, you don’t have to throw away your washing machine.

(Ed.'s note: Looks like multilevel marketing - proceed with caution.)


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