1. Classify your clothes by color, fabric of textile, degree of dirt. 2. Prepare a vessel for washing – you will have ideal results when the clothes float freely in the vessel. 3. Fill the vessel with water at a temperature between 40 and 60 degrees, according to the textile. You can wash even at 15-20 degrees, but less effectively. 4. Add a detergent with cleaning properties into the water. The quantity depends on the weight of clothes. The same as temperature – ultrasonic washing does not need detergent, but with it the washing is more effective and smells better. 5. After the detergent is dissolved thoroughly in the water, put the clothes into the vessel and submerge the clothes manually until the clothes are immersed completely. 6. Place the activator on the bottom of the vessel before put the clothes in the vessel. 7. Switch the power on. 8. Stir the clothes from time to time to speed the process. 9. The time for washing can be from 40 minutes to 12-14 hours, depending on the textile and degree of dirt. 10. Besides ordinary clothing, other consumer goods such shoes, carpets, etc. can also use this device. 11. The heavy dirt can be treated by a soap and place this part closely to the activator. 12. Turn off the power after washing. Take the activator out from the vessel and clean it with water. 13. If you do not want to rinse the clothes by hand, empty the vessel, put again the activator and the clothes in and let water overflow the vessel for 10 15 minutes with working device. General information for ultrasonic washing: Piezoelectric ultrasound transducer can be a plate, a circle or with other shape, made of piezoceramic material with metal electrodes to which an alternating voltage from a special generator is applied. Turning the generator on makes the piezoceramic activator vibrating with the frequency of the generated voltage and in the washing solution, elastic waves are created, causing the phenomenon of "cavitation". This provides cleaning (washing), disinfection of fabrics and clothes in the solution. During the distribution of ultrasonic waves in the liquid medium, arise alternating zones of high and low pressure. As a natural result a billions of bubbles are created in the liquid. Upon leaving the area with low pressure, the bubbles increase in size, and under the influence of increased pressure they're shrinking. At the border phase liquid-gas mechanical energy of the ultrasonic wave is converted into heat. At this temperature and pressure increase occurs repeatedly and bubbles explode. In physics this phenomenon is called cavitation. As a result of cavitation an accelerate the process of removal of impurities from the surface of the tissue occures. Implosion of bubbles in the cavitation zone is accompanied with a strong local overheating of the liquid, and a gas release containing atomic and ionized components is obtained by ionization of the gas release ozone. Ozone oxidizes volatile organic compounds, which have a bad odor, ensuring a scent of mountain freshness. This impact in the area of cavitation is used to destroy harmful microorganisms, i.e. for disinfection.