Does Paul have an opinion on Ozone Generators used for the laundry? Anyone on here used one of these products? Do they work? What are the downsides that make this an unattractive option?
How they claim to work:
The generator mounts to the wall behind your washer.
You hook the cold water line to the device. Cold water comes in, the device generates ozone and infuses it into the water, and the ozone water goes on to the washing machine.
The ozone reacts to stains, oils, and dirt on the laundry, oxidizing them, and cleaning the laundry.
The colder the water the better because colder water can hold more oxygen.
No buying soaps and detergents. No recycling empty plastic bottles. No shipping bottles or driving to the store.
Cold water is preferred. Savings on hot water and energy.
Nothing toxic on your clothes or your skin or for children to get into.
Should be compatible with greywater systems since the O3 breaks down into O2 as it cleans and reacts to laundry
Here's a review of one of the devices on the market