Advantages: Save money many different ways

  • If you choose to no longer use detergents; you may also choose to use the wash OR rinse cycle when washing your clothes - - saving on machine wear, electricity, time, and water.
  • If you decide to stop using detergents (harsh chemicals) all together, your clothing will last longer. They will no longer have the detergent i.e.-fillers, peanut shells, ground glass, etc. being forced in and out of the fabric.
  • You may cut drying time, saving you money, when you are not drying the detergents and fillers i.e. -- peanut shells, ground corncobs -- forced into the fibers of your clothing. DO NOT PUT LAUNDRY BALL IN DRYER
  • The natural colors of your clothing will not bleed or fade near as much (after the manufacturers dye colors have been set in). Remember: Clothing manufactures often add special whitening chemical agents to white fabrics. The ‘natural’ whiteness becomes apparent after using the Wonder Ball.
  • The natural colors of your clothing will not bleed or fade near as much (after the manufacturers dye colors have been set in).
  • Clothing and delicate lingerie will stay softer, brighter and the overall new appearance will remain longer.
  • Little or no ironing.
  • You will experience a more restful nights’ sleep for yourself and your children when sleeping on bedding that is free of chemical residues.
  • Detergent and chemical residue free clothing can make children less susceptible to rashes and allergies.
  • Soft and fluffy chemical free bath wraps, towels and face cloths.
  • Note:
    Children have a higher respiratory rate than adults, so they inhale three times the amount of contaminates, i.e.: chemical residues left in clothing and bedding. However, because their detox systems aren't fully developed, they can't filter toxins as adults do. We now have a higher rate of kids with cancer and learning disabilities than ever before. Indoor air pollution is a suspected culprit in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Ref: The Whole Earth Book Quiz --- How well do you know your Planet by Bill Adler Jr. 1991