Washer Detergent Ball Experiment

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This article is part of the KF Plasma Times June 2019

by Elizabeth M., March 2019.

I understand that plasma fields can cleanse water. I have been wondering about the cleansing effect of plasma fields on solid matter? I had a thought about making a GaNS of laundry detergent and putting it in balls or / and to putting the balls in the washer with the laundry. I was wondering if the fields would clean the clothes without any detergent touching them, just like vitamins can be absorbed into the body through the fields without ingesting them. 

Aviram suggested trying 2 balls with just LP-CO2 and LP-CuO in 2 different concentrations and spinning them in the washing machine.

I went to the dollar store and bought dog balls. I drilled a hole in each and injected 30 mL of CO2 and 30 mL of CuO into one ball and 10 mL of CO2 and 10 mL of CuO into the other ball. I sealed them with hot glue. 

I placed the two balls in the washer with white rags (the kind you buy in bulk at automotive stores). On one, I put mud from the garden, on the second one, I put vegetable oil, on the third, blueberry juice, on the fourth, mustard and on the fifth, ketchup.

I put the cloths through a normal wash cycle with the balls, using cold water, without detergent or softener.

It quickly became evident that the balls were too heavy, so I turned off the spin cycle. At the end of the wash, the mud and oil cloths were clean, which could have been due to the water used and maybe some residual detergent from previous washes. Ketchup was almost clean, with a slight reddish tint in some places, but the mustard and blueberry had definite yellow and blue stains.

So, my conclusions were that I would need to find different containers for the plasma water. I remember some years ago seeing small plastic balls with rubber "fingers" on them that were used in the dryer to remove static electricity. I think those balls with the "fingers" might be better, if I could find them.

I went to pet shop and bought a couple of these balls for my next try for washer balls. 

I made a detergent and whitener mix – the amount called for a washer load - and added CO2 and CuO in a 3:1 ratio and topped up with water. After shaking it and allowing it to sit for a couple of days, I injected one ball with 30 mL and one with 10 mL of the mixture. That worked much better. These balls are soft enough that they do not bang around in the washer. The hot glue seal is holding up well.

The mud and oil cloths were cleaned, and the ketchup stain was almost eliminated. 

The stains of mustard and blueberry were still evident.

I wondered about presoaking the stains in water with balls. It helped a little but did not eliminate the mustard and blueberry stains.

Next I made a spray bottle of 1 cup CO2 and a scoop the whitener in a spray bottle. I filled it up with 

filtered water and let it sit overnight. I tried spraying it on the stains. The result was that the yellow in the mustard stain came out - it disappeared immediately. However, there appeared in its place, a red stain. Strange! The ketchup stain worked well, but there was a little blueberry stain left. I ran them through the washer with the balls again. When they came out, the mustard stain was yellow again. The blueberry stain was a greyish brown color but definitely improved.

The original dog balls have not gone to waste. I put them in the hot tub to see if they will improve water quality and reduce the amount of chemicals that were needed.

Update: Well, the preliminary results on the balls in the hot tub are in. After two days with the balls in the tub, we had a water test done and we needed about a half of the chemicals that we usually require.