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The Woof Washer 360 Helps You Get Your Dog Clean

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How hard is it to wash a dog? We really don’t know; sometimes you see videos of them seemingly loving the water, other times they run from it. Whatever the case is with your pooch, the Woof Washer 360 at least tries to make the task easier. It’s a hollow tube filled with holes that connects to your outdoors hose. You then somehow convince your dog to step through it and get washed from every angle. There is a soap attachment, which can be bypassed with a switch when the time comes to rinse.

It seems it might be easier to just convince your dog to be ok being in the tub, but maybe you prefer to do this sort of thing outdoors. Whatever the case, it’s $20 or $25, and comes in a small (40 inches circumference) or large (49 inches circumference) size.

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Crystal Wash Balls Let You Do The Laundry With No Detergent

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These balls are filled with “bio-ceramic” pellets that allegedly change the pH of the water to 8.5 an above. This creates alkaline water that is able to wash your dirty clothes without needing harsh chemicals, and they’ll be able to do so for 1,000 cycles. The pellets also create Hydrogen Peroxyde, which kills bacteria and gets rid of odors, all without irritating your skin, or releasing pollutants into the environment or even running the risk of fading your colors. The only catch is that the balls need to be “recharged” every 30 washing cycles by being put outside in the sun for a day. The Crystal Wash 2.0 contains a Bluetooth module that will remind you when it’s time to recharge them, as well as a pH sensor that lets you keep track of the alkalinity of your water during a cycle. Other stats available through these sensors are “Wash Complete Alerts; Wash Cycle Tracking Stats – Graphs, Counters, Social Sharing; Savings Tracking…” It’s a novel way to do your laundry, and if it works as advertised is one that would bring many benefits over traditional detergents. The only drawback is the lack of nice smelling clothes, but we suppose you can still stick a sheet of fabric softener in the drying machine, no? It’s a $75 pledge, or $100 for two balls, although this is only because the $50 price point is sold out. Retail, the ball would cost $60.

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