Why pureWash Uses Cold Water

January 09, 2016

Why pureWash Uses Cold Water

When washing with pureWash, always go for the coldest water setting. pureWash uses ozone to clean and purify your clothes instead of the detergent surfactants that require warm or hot water. Ozone works best in cold water! To get a good clean wash, go for the coldest water setting.

Save Money

Setting your washing machine to the coldest water setting can save the average family $350 each year.

Conserve Energy

Switch to cold water washing and conserve our planet’s precious energy.

Enjoy a hot shower

Just started a load of laundry and need to hit the shower? No worries! Since the washing machine is set on cold, the hot water is all yours!




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