Scientology says it isn't moving into Dunedin - 1997-03-12

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F15.png Scientology says it isn't moving into Dunedin March 12, 1997, G.G. Rigsby, St. Petersburg Times

Kemp said the company is a "network marketer," set up like Amway, selling environmentally safe products through distributors, with no retail outlets.

Its best seller is a plastic ball, about 3 inches in diameter, that is filled with blue liquid. It is meant to be put in washing machines and replace detergent. Kemp said the ball, called the Laundry Solution, sells for $75.

She said it lasts for 1,500 loads and "emits a negative charge, causing the water to clean your clothes."

"It's a confidential process," Wydro said.


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