When the product is in contact with water, the ceramic which is contained in the wash ball releases electrons, thus forms active oxygen and hydrogen peroxide (oxygenated water). Also known as oxidization.
01H2O + e- ⇒ H+ (hydrogen ion) + OH- (hydroxyl group ion)
02O2 + e- ⇒ O2 - (active oxygen)
03O2 - + H2O ⇒ OH- + HO2
HO2 + H2 ⇒ H+ H2O2 (oxygenated water)
The electrons released from the ceramic, dissolves water and performs purification repeatedly.
During the process of wash, the grouping of water molecules are fragmented into tiny elements, thus increasing the water’s dissolution power and enabling better penetration into the fabric’s pores resulting in elimination of dirt.
The dirt dissolution power and power to seep through the laundry become stronger as the cluster created by the wash ball disconnects and reduces the coupling of hydrogen and oxygen. The surfactant effect increase so that washing with using only a small amount of detergent (optional) becomes possible.
The temperature rises as the ceramic balls contained in the wash ball emits infrared rays that are absorbed by the water molecules which increase the activity of the water as well as cleaning power.
The ceramic balls in the wash ball is made with various composition such as K, Na, AI203, SiO2 which are Water molecules that are activated during the wash and are absorbed into the laundry which provide protection against phenomena of oxidation and preserves the fabric’s elasticity and color.
The small aggregated structure of the water molecules and the presence of the active oxygen and hydrogen peroxide enables the bleaching and anti-bacterial effect. It also destroys mold, bacteria and eliminates odor.
Replacing the use of detergent with Wash Ball can reduce much more pollution that is usually generated by waste water created during the process of washing in the machine with synthetic detergent.