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Yes, it sounds impossible, but apparently they've done it. A washing machine that doesn't use detergent. It's patented, of course, and it would seem that this machine converts water into a kind of detergent. Any chemist knows that soap, really, is just a way of levitra online us pharmacy making water wetter. And by breaking water into H+ and OH- ions, the Wash2O is able to clean clothes with a slightly basic solution, and then sterlize them with a slightly acidic solution. Then, before dumping the water, everything is mixed back together to pH neutral.

It's a pretty fantastic idea. If you could get on in America, it would set you back about $1000, but remember that you'd never have to buy detergent again, and you wouldn't have to feel bad about dumping phosphates into the rivers.

Though, I think I'll wait to hear some first-hand reports.

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what about electricity?
written by Ben, July 30, 2007
Hydrolysis isn't cheap in terms of the energy required to buy cialis where actually split water molecules. I would have to assume that this washing machine consumes more electricity than your average washer - how much more? If it's significantly more than the levitra levitra average then you have to take into account where you're getting your energy from and factor that into considering whether it's "cleaner" than using a conventional washer with an energy efficient system and biodegradable detergent.

(I'd do the fact-checking on the website myself but, alas, I only speak English.)
What about electricity
written by Dustin Reimer, July 30, 2007
It would be great for those of us interested in generating our own power, I myself am planning on putting in my own mini hydro generator, or a wind generator.
Not Hydrolysis
written by Hank, July 31, 2007
This is a catalytic reaction, not hydrolysis. While I imagine that this uses more electricity than other front-loaders, it's probably not all that significant.

Hydrolysis produces H2 and O2...this is just an acid base reaction.

But you're right, we don't have data on power. Though it's likely that it won't use any more energy than mining, synthesizing, mixing, packaging and shipping detergent.
Well ...
written by Wolf, July 31, 2007
looks like this beastie isn't energy-hungry, it has A/A/B power rating, (A = best, G = worst) eats 1.14 kw, and has no public price, according to the website. on the "On en parle" page ("we speak of it") It is stated "???€" which can be translated by .... at worst 999€ ... equals 1400~ USD.

Besides this little translation for everyone, I'd like to state that for now it is a website, we do order prescription levitra not know if the clothes are well cleaned, or if it is not efficient.

PS : Wash2o reads "wash de zoo" (H2O in french)
Thanks for the french
written by Hank, July 31, 2007
Cheaper solution: eco-balls or soap nuts
written by Klaus Seistrup, July 31, 2007
While I look forward to hear about people's experience with the WasH₂O, a much cheaper solution is eco-balls ( or soap nuts (
written by Dustin Reimer, July 31, 2007
Soap Nuts? Am I the only one that finds this hilarious. :P
Re: Not Hydrolysis
written by Ben, July 31, 2007
Oops... my bad.
written by Rob, July 31, 2007
I've been using them for years -- great stuff. I usually combine them with a little bit of Ecover eco-friendly liquid.
This is chinese ?
written by litteuldav, August 01, 2007
This seems to be a very interesting machine, but is visit web site how can i buy cialis in canada that me or is anybody else intrigued by the the best site free cialis fact that it comes from China ?
For as long as i know, chinese people just begin to look at ecology very recently.
And they didn't really had the time to develop such a technology.

Plus the fact that nobdy has ever heard of this technology before ...

I really will have to listen at first adopters or serious reviews on this product before buying it
written by kballs, August 01, 2007
I assume it does pretty well at getting dirt off, but I wonder how well it does with the old beee ohhh.
written by RMP0228, August 07, 2007
Soap (atleast old-school soap) is basic because traditional soap-making is based on treating fats with lye (very easy to buy cheap online levitra do). It isn't the alkalinity of the soap that makes it good at cutting dirt (acidic soap would work too), it's the fact that it is composed of bestellen levitra online nonpolar chains with polar ends. This allows nonpolar (greasy) substances to be soluble (sort of) in the highly polar H2O via microscopic soap-bubbles (called micelles).

OH- ions themselves are just polar, so nonpolar contaminants like grease are just going to sit right where they are, on your clothes, untouched. That said, this probably works really well if you only get table salt on your clothes...
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