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2012\06\01@233221 by cdb

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I am intrigued as to how these ' miracle ' devices are supposed to work.

These balls consist of some kind of pellets which according to the sales sheet thrust into my mitt at work, works by raising the pH content of the water which in turn miraculously causes the dirt in laundry to be teased out of clothes and held in suspension in the washing machine water.

Now, I can sort of see how these mystical pellets may well cause the pH level to change, but my ' what crap! ' radar went into full swing on learning that these ceramic coated balls give off " far infra red wavelengths ".

There are a cluster of people at work that swear by these devices, I just think they are being conned.

I might outlay $6.00 to try one, though the two for $55.00 offer is one I think I'll pass on.

They need to be replenished every 3 years or so.

Has anyone here ever tried these or investigated them more fully?

Colin
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cdb,  on 2/06/2012

2012\06\02@000345 by IVP

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> I am intrigued as to how these ' miracle ' devices are supposed to
> work

They don't. Well not in the way claimed anyway. I noticed them
advertised in NZ a couple of years ago and looked into it. As you
say, some do swear by them, but most think (and research seems
to back up) that a couple of rocks the same size would do just as
wel

2012\06\02@111425 by M.L.

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On Fri, Jun 1, 2012 at 11:32 PM, cdb <spam_OUTcolinTakeThisOuTspambtech-online.co.uk> wrote:
> Now, I can sort of see how these mystical pellets may well cause the pH
> level to change, but my ' what crap! ' radar went into full swing on
> learning that these ceramic coated balls give off " far infra red
> wavelengths ".

I'm sure they do if you put them in the microwave first!

-- Martin K

2012\06\02@121516 by Mark Hanchey

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On 6/1/2012 11:32 PM, cdb wrote:
> Now, I can sort of see how these mystical pellets may well cause the pH
> level to change, but my ' what crap! ' radar went into full swing on
> learning that these ceramic coated balls give off " far infra red
> wavelengths ".
>

We should get all the money we can and buy that company. They have figured out how to get energy out of something that doesn't contain any energy and without putting any energy into them . Instant wealth ! We can include them with some perpetual motion machines to power jets, cars, everything !

Mark

2012\06\02@123207 by Justin Richards
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> figured out how to get energy out of something that doesn't contain any
> energy and without putting any energy into them . Instant wealth ! We

Some may argue that they are chock full of energy, but as they havent
worked out how extract it sign me up for the washing balls

2012\06\07@123649 by Jonathan Hallameyer

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These balls consist of some kind of pellets which according to the sales
> sheet thrust into my mitt at work, works by raising the pH content of the
> water which in turn miraculously causes the dirt in laundry to be teased
> out of clothes and held in suspension in the washing machine water.
>

Most soaps or detergents will do something similar :o)  Both raising pH and
hold dirt in suspension in water.

-Jo

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