Have you ever actually added up the cost of washing your clothes? I know, it’s really one of those things that just blends in with our groceries and other bills. Just another item on the shopping list – milk, bread, eggs, detergent, fabric softener, bleach, dryer sheets….
These things add up! How much, you ask? Let’s break it down and take a look at the average cost of doing laundry for one year.
As you can imagine, every family is different. So for this exercise, I’m looking at what researchers have said is an *average* family’s laundry habits. This is about 8 loads of laundry per week.
But wait, what about the cost of heating the washing machine water, since most detergents require hot water to clean the clothes? Let’s look at that cost and add it in!
So, using this information, how much does laundry cost if we assume that you are doing about 8 loads of laundry per week?
Not doing 8 loads per week? We’ve broken the numbers down for you here…
I think we can all agree that this is A LOT of money. And there are many other ways that we could be spending it if there were a less expensive alternative to the traditional laundry routine. And here’s the thing. pureWash Pro offers that alternative by cleaning your laundry using cold water and little or even NO laundry detergent, fabric softener, or bleach. Just purchasing pureWash Pro once and installing it means you begin saving money right away.
Plus, it actually cleans your clothes BETTER than with detergent and hot water. How? By cleaning with oxygenated water, also called ozone, which is more powerful than bleach or chlorine at cleaning and disinfecting.
These days we are all looking for ways to save money around the house. The good news is there’s a great way to find extra money in the laundry, and no, I don’t mean the loose change that shows up in the lint trap. Real money savings to help your family live a happier, healthier life!
Statistics from the Department of Energy & Multi-housing Laundry Association
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Brandon joined GreenTech in 2019 as CFO/COO and was instrumental in helping develop and execute the strategy that led to the company’s most successful year in its 11-year history; the company reported 200% growth under his leadership. Prior to joining GreenTech, Brandon held several key roles with The Brock Group and Weatherford International focused on financial and operational transformations including significant experience in mergers and acquisitions.