Eco-friendly laundry product eliminates need for detergent – Metro US

Eco-friendly laundry product eliminates need for detergent

Eco-friendly laundry product eliminates need for detergent

Is it possible to get your dirty clothes clean without actually using laundry detergent? A product called Crystal Wash is making believers out of us all.
The eco-friendly system relies on something called bio ceramics, which can best be described as small, almost pebble-like balls that directly impact the pH level of the laundry water. Contained in two small canisters, these natural materials (derived from the earth) interact with the water to create an effect that mirrors that of hydrogen peroxide—disinfecting clothes and killing bacteria and odors in the process.
Don’t get too hung up on the science, here. All you really need to know is that it works, and can save you serious money since it’s guaranteed to last at least 1,000 laundry cycles. This means that if you do one load of laundry a day, Crystal Wash will go strong for roughly three years.
That translates to three years of not having to buy laundry detergent.
“Depending on the type of detergent being used, this can save the average household anywhere from $200 to $500 each year,” says a representative from the company.
The savings are especially pronounced for folks who use pricy dye-free or fragrance-free products. For people with sensitive skin, Crystal Wash is a fabulous, natural option because it’s gentle and known not to irritate skin—something their customers aren’t shy about sharing. It’s also more gentle on fabrics, which is ideal for getting your delicates clean.
Another perk? Crystal Wash is an eco-friendly product that was developed with the environment in mind. It’s also clinically demonstrated to work just as effectively as laundry detergent, even lifting stubborn, set-in stains (for proof, click here). The company offers a 60-day money-back guarantee for those who aren’t convinced.
Ready to change the way you tackle laundry? It might be time to give Crystal Wash a whirl. Click here to visit the official Crystal Wash website.