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My washing machine has a plastic drum. Do the Laundry System units have to stick to the inside of the water drum to work properly?

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My washing machine has a plastic drum. Do the Laundry System units have to stick to the inside of the water drum to work properly?

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A. The Laundry System units absolutely do not have to “stick” to the water drum to work properly. There are a variety of washing machines from front loaders to top loaders, and interior washing drums ranging across plastic, iron and stainless steel. The material the water drum is made of makes no difference, the Laundry System works in all of them. The units may end up “sticking” to each other in the washing process. This is perfectly normal and will not diminish their effectiveness because they still are emitting the same level of magnetic force whether they are attracted together or not. The laundry units just need to be submerged and/or in close proximity to the water for maximum effectiveness.

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