Washing Machine Uses Beads Instead Of Water To Clean Clothes

Washing Machine Uses Beads Instead Of Water To Clean Clothes
Innovation

Eco-friendly washing machine use 47 percent less electricity and 72 percent less water.

Ross Brooks
  • 25 february 2014

Convenience often comes at a price, which in the case of washing machines is the amount of electricity, water, and detergent needed to power them. The Xeros washing machine could provide a more eco-friendly alternative, although you would have to get used to the idea of cleaning your clothes with thousands of nylon polymer beads. It might sound strange, but if it could save you 47 percent in electricity costs and reduce water usage by 72 percent, we think it’s worth it.

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