Check out some of these cool water facts.

Did you know? About 90% of the energy used by washing machines during laundry goes towards heating the water. Using cold water to wash some of your clothes decreases this energy usage!
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Did you know? Washing 4 out of 5 loads of your laundry in cold water could cut out 864 pounds of CO2 emissions in a year. (That’s the same as planting .37 acres of U.S. forest!)
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Think hot water washing gets your clothes the cleanest? Think again. Washing garments stained with things like grass, makeup and blood in hot can make the stains permanent, ruining you clothes and your day.
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By switching to cold water washing, Americans could reduce carbon dioxide emissions by up to 11 million tons. The energy saved could power the Empire State Building for 444 years.
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If a household switched to cold water washing for a year, they would save enough energy to charge an iPhone 4S 30,861 times.
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Did you know that doing laundry in cold water for one year could conserve enough energy to drive a car up to 421 miles?
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If every Las Vegas household switched to cold washing for an entire year, the amount of energy saved could power its famous Strip for nearly a week.
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