We turned to nature to come up with a better way to do laundry. LaundryPure 2.0 is better for your laundry, better for your family and better for the environment….and it will help you save money too.
LaundryPure 2.0 incorporates the power of our revolutionary, exclusive ActivePure Technology with the cleaning action of water with hydrogen & oxygen-based oxidizers to lift dirt and grime away from the fibers of the fabric and prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria. LaundryPure 2.0 is an amazingly effective cold water laundry system for residential use.
NO NEED FOR DETERGENT
Hydrogen & Oxygen gases bubble into clothing to lift away dirt and odors. An all-natural pre-treater may be used for really tough stains.
MAKES CLOTHES SOFTER
Build-up on towels, linens, and your clothes can weigh them down. Over time, LaundryPure 2.0 lifts old detergents out of fibers, restoring their natural softness.
CLEAN WITHOUT BLEACH
LaundryPure 2.0 combines the power of our revolutionary exclusive ActivePure*, a Certified Space Technology, with the cleaning action of water with hydrogen & oxygen-based oxidizers to lift dirt and grime away from the fibers of the fabric and prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria.
LaundryPure 2.0 also helps eliminate the itching and redness caused by allergies due to detergents embedded in clothing.
BETTER FOR SENSITIVE SKIN
The LaundryPure 2.0 monitors its operations with a blue LED indicator. The lights glow steadily during normal operation and will indicate when attention is required with different flashing signals.
Ownership of the LaundryPure 2.0 is worry-free with a limited warranty. See owner’s manual for details.
EASE OF USE
Just put your clothes in the washing machine. Set for cold water only, and turn your washer on. The blue status lights on the LaundryPure 2.0 tell you it’s working.
EASY TO INSTALL
LaundryPure 2.0 connects to your existing washing machine. No modifications or additional plumbing required.
Cold water only and no detergent bottles to throw away make LaundryPure 2.0 a better choice for cleaning clothes while protecting the Earth.
WHITER WHITES, BRIGHTER COLORS
LaundryPure 2.0 keeps clothes looking their best with the cleansing power of water with hydrogen & oxygen-based oxidizers.
SPACE TECHNOLOGY HALL OF FAME INDUCTEE
The Space Technology Hall of Fame * increases public awareness of the benefits of space exploration and encourages further innovation by recognizing individuals, organizations and companies that effectively adapt and market technologies originally developed for space to improve the quality of life for all humanity.
7 Toxic Chemicals in Laundry Detergent
This is one of the main problems, and the focus of the two studies above. Manufacturers combine a number of chemicals to produce a fragrance - so you’ll believe your clothes are clean because they smell clean - and they don’t have to list those chemicals on the label because of trade production. As we’ve seen, some of those chemicals can be very toxic.
2. Cleaning agents (surfactants)
These are included in the formula to help the product clean better.
Examples include chemicals like quaternium-15 (known to release formaldehyde, a known carcinogen), diethanolamine (linked with skin and eye irritation and possibly liver problems), nonlphenol ethoxylate or NPE (toxic to nerves, irritating to skin, potential hormone disruptor, toxic to aquatic life), linear alkyl benzene sulfonates or LAS (irritating to skin and eyes and toxic to aquatic life; benzene on its own is a carcinogen), and petroleum distillates (linked to cancer and lung damage).
These chemicals help stabilize the formula, so that it lasts longer on the shelf. Examples include polyalkylene oxide or ethylene oxide, which are linked with eye and lung irritation, and even dermatitis.
Bleach may be used separately or may be included in the detergent itself. It’s known to irritate skin, eyes, and lungs, and when it mixes with wastewater, it can form toxic organic compounds that have been linked with respiratory issues, liver, and kidney damage.
5. 1, 4-dioxane
This is a chemical by-product of detergent manufacturing. In independent tests, Women’s Voices for the Earth found 89 parts per million (ppm) in Tide Free & Gentle and 63 ppm in regular Tide. They helped increase awareness, and Proctor & Gamble agreed to reformulate to reduce levels to below 25 ppm. Future tests should show whether they made good on that promise.
You’ll find these in detergents advertising their “brightening” powers. Brighter whites! Brighter Colors! What’s creating all this brightness? Chemicals that actually remain on the clothes to absorb UV light and help clothes “appear” brighter.
We’re talking things like naphthotriazolystilbenes (linked with developmental and reproductive effects), benzoxazolyl, diaminostilbene disulfonate, and more. Since these remain on the clothes, they are likely to come into contact with skin.
7. Phosphates & EDTA
Manufacturers use these to make detergents more effective in hard water, and to help prevent dirt from settling back on clothes when they’re washing. These chemicals have long been associated with environmental damage, particularly in our streams and waterways. They cause algae blooms that damage ecosystems.
Many detergents have eliminated these, but they’re often using ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) in its place, which does not readily biodegrade, and had been found to be toxic in animal studies.