What if you could do your laundry without having to use hot water or detergent and still get it clean and 99.9% free of bacteria? With the pureWash Pro you can. This same technology has been used by hospitals and hotels for over 20 years to clean laundry, eliminate mold and bacteria while significantly reducing costs and pollution.
pureWash uses the cleaning and sanitizing power of Activated Oxygen (Ozone). This extra molecule of oxygen is an amazing disinfectant that is 3,000 times more reactive than chlorine bleach! The ozone in cold water breaks down cell walls of micro-organisms and kills them over prolonged exposure. Just like washing your laundry normally, heavily soiled or stained clothes will come clean better with a pre-treat stick or spray. The smell of my laundry with just using the pureWash alone was just simply the smell of clean water. I like to have a fragrance on my clothes so I use just a little bit of those scented balls and you can also use a 1/4 of your favorite detergent to add the fragrance you desire, after that the steps are simple. Plus pureWash Pro helps to sanitize your washer as it works so no more mold growing in your washing machine which is a big deal, especially for front load washers. If the water in your area is hard, you can opt for a salt free water softener too.
So I am sure you are wondering how the pureWash Pro is installed, it is a snap and took less than 15 minutes.
You will find a template included with the pureWash to help you drill the three holes for the mounting bracket and also to ensure that you have enough space around the pureWash to slide it on the bracket. Tape the template to the wall, drill the three holes and use the provided drywall anchors and screws.
Before installing the pureWash be sure to set the dial on the back to indicate whether or not you are using a front load or top load washer because the fill rates are different for each. Slide the pure Wash Pro into place. You will take your current hose that is going from the cold water valve to the cold water fitting of your washer and unscrew from the washer side and screw it on to the “In” fitting. Screw the new hose provided by pureWash on to the “Out” fitting and the other end to your washer and plug in the provided power cord. Also included is a valve that screws on to the gray fitting on the bottom far left of the unit pictured above. This valve allows you to have oxygenated water for other cleaning tasks around the house, spot scrubbing the carpets or daily cleaning tasks. When you turn on your washer and water is flowing through the pureWash you will see the soft blue light and the water going through it will be full of bubbles letting you know it is being oxygenated.
On the far left side of the unit is the desiccant dryer cartridge which is the only maintenance you will need to worry about on the pureWash. Through the clear window the cartridge is blue, when it needs to be replaced it will turn pink and should last at least 6 months depending on how much laundry you do and the humidity of the area where your washer is, a replacement cartridge is only $30 and can be replaced easily.
My overall opinion of the pureWash Pro is I love it!. I normally do 8 loads of laundry a week, so I am now using virtually no detergent, the little ball add-ins for fragrance I mentioned earlier were already being used so no added cost there and we are saving money by not having to use hot water. Other than the savings benefit we are helping the environment by not using so much hot water which with our gas water heater is helping the environment, plus pediatricians and dermatologists recommend pureWash Pro to their patients because it is not harsh on the skin like detergents and can help with skin allergies.
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marc woronoff says
kate burton says
We don’t have a problem with smells in the washer but if it weren’t for coupons we’d spend a FORTUNE on laundry detergent!
Denise e. says
I probably spend about $10 a month on laundry soap. I’ve never had a problem with odors in my washer.
Danielle Magee says
I spend about $15 a month on laundry needs. If I keep my washer closed and leave the clothes in it for even a couple minutes after it is completed, I get a mildew smell.
elizabeth miller says
I spend around 25 a month on laundry soap, especially though the winter. My hubby works outside so the amount of clothes I do is ungodly. I do at least 1 load a day and 2 days a week it is 2 loads plus on Sunday it is another 3 loads of my daughter clothes.
I spend about $10 a month on detergent. I don’t have any problems with smell.
Emily endr says
We spend about $20 each month on laundry detergent. I have noticed a musty like smell in the washer at times.
Rhonda Tenderholt says
I never have issues on smells in my wash, unless the kids come home from scouts smelling of the camp fire!
I honestly don’t know how much a month it it. Maybe $25? Thank you for the review. I’d never heard of this product before and I’m intrigued by it.
Lisa Kubin says
I got a new HE washer and dryer this year and I hate my HE washer and dryer – I have tried powders, tablets, gel pods and my clothes never smell good and clean anymore. Our washer smells horrible no matter how often I try to clean it and I cannot get the moldy smell out of my towels and sheets. I wish I could have my old washer and dryer back!
I spend 20.
Julie Murphy says
I make my own laundry detergent and sometimes the clothes smell musty
JIll Hanson says
I probably spend $10.00 a month on detergent, but I like the idea of going greener & when I update to a front loader I do not want mold or mildew which seems to be a problem with those.
Rich S says
Working in a water park I know the power of ozone. The ability to thoroughly clean clothing without using bleach is very appealing. Not as concerned about detergent, but not having to use bleach for ultimate clean is great!
Cindy Peterson says
I would really like to not have to use bleach. The process to produce bleach is toxic. I spend about $15 a month for laundry supplies.
Carrie G says
I spend about 25-35. Sometimes it’s more because the water here makes the washer stink ad I have to buy a special cleaner for it
I spend around $8 on laundry a month because I live alone. My brother spends much more because he washes a lot of clothes.
Grateful thanks, I use sales with coupon & pay about 6$ along with free clear water table friendly drainage.
tiffany dayton says
my washer does have a smell andi spend about 30.00 a month in all pods
I spend about 25 a month on detergent. If I don’t leave my front loader door ajar, it definitely gets stinky.
Renee Rousseau says
I have a top load and luckily have had no mold problems. I spend $20 per month on supplies.
Maryann Royster says
I do not know how much I spend on tide and downey and bleach, but I do 28 loads a month. I already do much of my laundry in cold. I don’t notice a bad smell, but the washer isn’t htat old.
Hilary Mahoney says
I’m not sure how much I spend, but I am definitely always looking for ways to save money.
Michelle Coles says
We spend about $20 a month on detergent and yes, we do get some bad smells in the washer!
Paul Gardner says
We spend about $20 a month on detergent and we don’t have any smells in the washer at all
Meghan b says
Probably less than 15 dollars, and no I don;t have issues!
Sharon LeCompte says
I just moved off the grid, slowly learning to make biodegradable and eco friendly products….this washer would be a great addition.
Jessica Padilla says
I would have to say I spend about $15 a month on detergent. I dont have any problems with smells from my washing machine, but this would prevent it.
We have an HE machine and don’t do laundry very often. We probably only spend about 5 bucks a month but I love the idea of the purewash pro and using less chemicals on my laundry!
Kimberly Flickinger says
I spend approximately $25.00 a month on laundry detergent. I do have problems with mold with my current washer.
Stephen D says
No mold or bad smells, and spend about $20 a month on detergent.
Erin Marie says
I would say about $30
I have issues with towles not getting as fresh and clean as I would like them to.
we usually spend about $50 on detergent alone.
no mold or odor problems in the washer.
I spend way more than I would like to. … maybe $40. We make sure we buy detergents that don’t leave moldy smells in our towels. Yuck!
I spend about $5 a month.
Alexandra Oller says
We spend about $25 a month on detergent. I haven’t noticed a musty smell or had any problems with mold in our washer yet.
christine burd says
I get Arm and Hammer and usually I can find it on sale or use a coupon. I spend around $5-7 a month . My LG washer and dryer are great . I leave the washer door open to dry out after washing clothes and never have a musty or moldy smell.
Bev Henry says
I do not have a problem with odors, but I probably spent about 20 dollars a month not country the water and electricity
I spend maybe about $30 bucks a month on laundry detergent, though I feel like sometimes more! I have been going through it so quick lately it feels like I’m just doing laundry all the time. No smells that I’ve noticed, but our washing machine is pretty new so.
Melissa Miller says
Oh Id love to have a system like this. We spend so much in laundry products. It would be great to be able to cut back that expense.
sherri crawford says
i probably spend $10 a month or so.so it would save me over a 100 a year
Hargow Wong says
I spend about $10 a month on detergent. I don’t have the mold smell because I keep the washer door open to air out.
Della Barker says
I spend about $10 a month on laundry soap and I do notice a musty , moldy smell in my washer.
Sarah Cool says
I spend about $15 monthy on laundry detergent. My washer does smell pretty gross
Carrie Conrad says
I maybe spend about $20 a month on laundry supplies. I do have an issue with my washer having a mildew type smell.
Nicole Carter (Weasley) says
I spend about $10 a month on detergent and yes sometimes my washer gives off a funky smell.
Daniel G. says
Probably about $30 or so. I don’t have issues with mold
Sarah hall says
I spend about $10 a month on detergent as there is only two of us. Sometimes there is a musty smell in the washer.
laurie murley says
I spend about 15 dollars a month on detergent, but my clothes smell pretty good
Shakeia Rieux says
I spend about $20-$30 a month on detergent
Shakeia Rieux says
I don’t have mold or bad smells in the washer
arlene mccurdy says
Megan C says
I spend about 30 bucks a month on detergent. I like detergent that smells nice so I never notice any bad smells.
jules m. says
i probably spend about $20 a month. i often feel like my clothes arent getting as clean as they should be
We save money by buying detergent in bulk but it still adds up. We don’t have problems with mold.
Theresa Jenkins says
We do a lot of laundry around here, at least 2x a day everyday and all day a couple times a week … we buy detergent twice a month plus all the extras> softener, stain removers…