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June 10, 2011

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Drew Louque

There is actually a green technology product now that hooks up in your washing machine. Its called LaundryPure. I use it at my house now. You dont need any hot water or detergent. It has tremendously helped me with my allergies and it works awesome.

Kylie M.

I had no idea that these types of machines were available! That is awesome! I want to look into getting one for my family! I am going to keep my eye on your blog in order to keep getting helpful tips on ways I can save on money and resources! Thank you!

seules

Yes we need to work for the benefit for the mankind and use all advanced technologies.

Jim@Best Washer and Dryer Reviews

New technologies make it possible to save water and energy, so if you must change the washing machine is better to choose high-efficiency models.

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