This post is brought to you by Wash It, a Detergent-Less Laundry Solution. All opinions are our own.
Ever feel like you’re literally dumping money down the drain every time you do your laundry? Think about it: you spend money on the best possible laundry detergent to clean your clothes, then two weeks later, you’re spending more money again. Rinse, repeat. Rinse, repeat. If you’re getting a little tired of spending money on things that vanish after the first use, you’re going to love Wash It!
Save on Laundry with Wash It
I have to admit, I am completely fascinated by the concept behind Wash It! It’s this super cool unit that you can attach to any existing washing machine. Once attached, you no longer have to buy laundry detergent! I kid you not! How does it work? Let’s take a look at the science behind Wash It. I’ll give you a hint: the secret is Ozone.
Did you know that Ozone can kill even the sturdiest little superbugs when used properly? Wash It uses a scientific technology that I’m not going to pretend to understand to deliver Ozone to your clothes. Take a look at what this means for your laundry:
- Removes stains from your clothing through an oxidation process.
- Requires shorter cycles, so it extends the life of your fabric.
- Works much like hydrogen peroxide on your white clothes, eliminating the need for bleach. In fact, it’s 3,000 times more reactive than bleach!
- Works best in cold water, which means lower electric bills since you don’t have to use hot water.
- Eliminates the need to sort your laundry. That’s awesome, since I never sort anyway!
Check out the video to learn more about Wash It and how it works:
Wash It is not only money and time smart, it’s also earth smart too, since you won’t be discarding chemicals or plastic bottles into landfills. It’s also great for those with skin conditions or allergies because it’s free of dyes, chemicals and fragrances. It’s identical to the systems used in many hospitals to clean bedding, so you know it has to be good! The system is easy to install, taking only about 10-15 minutes.
The unit costs $397, but it’s estimated that a family of 5 will save $700 per year. That means it basically pays for itself in less than a year. It has a life span of over a decade, so you could be looking at $7000 or more in savings over the course of its life!
What would you do with that extra $700 in savings each year?