And all of them made the world a cleaner place. Unlike some of you
folks, I'm not nostalgic for the smoky, stinky, polluted air and water
of my youth.
Incidentally, an excellent substitute for phosphates in detergent is
citric acid. You can buy it in bulk and it only takes a little bit per
load. Good for the dishwasher and washing machine.
Unless there are two things, it only pumped water from the tub once, to
fill the machine for the second load. After that, the water circulated
through the machine the same as it did during the first load.
And it only pumped the water into the tub once, at the end of the wash
cycle. (In t heory you could use the same wash water over and over,
but it got less hot, back in the days when everyone washed with hot
water, and it got more dirty.)
The purpose of reusing the water was aiui mostly to save on heating cold
water, and less, in most parts of the country, on the prcie of water,
Because with women, the wash water is pretty clean after the clothes
have been washed. OTOH, with me, the water is too dirty to reuse. In
fact I sometimes drain the tub and put in new water and new soap. before
getting to the rinse.
We didn't have a separate tub. We had a hose that went into the only
tub, and another hose that went into a metal tube that went through the
water sometimes in the tub, straight to the drain. I'm sure many many
people in Indy at the time had that setup and the washing machine
delivery man knew exactly what to do, and had the parts in his truck
To save money. She was told the second load would come out clean and
indeed it did.
On Mon, 19 Jan 2015 19:08:40 -0500, danny burstein
The salesman at Sears that sold me my washing machine said
it had a "passive" lint trap.
I have come to learn that "passive" means that the lint all
gets trapped in the pockets of your clothes, and the machine
itself has no lint trap whatsoever. Passive means none.
On Wed, 21 Jan 2015 09:26:13 -0500, Stormin Mormon
Those all cause harm.
And new detergents have enzymes. I thought that was a hoax until I read
that people at the factory were getting sick from them. I'm sure now
they wear masks or something.
My impression is that dirtier clothes get clean, compared to before when
if I let clothes or rags get that dirty, they would never get clean.
Well, Comrade, yes the Party says those all cause
harm. For example, the DDT that saved people from
dying of Malaria. My view is that a lot of that
"harm" was the nattering nabobs wanting to ban
things that worked.
Christopher A. Young
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