How the Laundry Ball Works
Restructured Water Clusters
of the key features of the laundry ball's technology is its ability to
restructure water “clusters” (molecule groups). Water molecules come in
clusters rather than single molecules. Tap water has very large clusters
(10 to 14 molecules per cluster). SmartKlean is designed to reduce
large tap water clusters from their original size into so called 'micro
clusters' (5 to 6 molecules per cluster).
The smaller cluster
size gives the water excellent cleaning properties, high solubility and
good permeability. In other words, water clusters in smaller groups lead
to a better absorption of water through the tiny open spaces or “pores”
of the fabrics. This technology essentially enables and strengthens the
water’s ability to ‘physically’ clean and rinse dirt off fabrics
without the use of chemicals.