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February 12, 2009

World's Smallest — and Fastest — Hand-Powered Washing Machine


Going off-grid?

Take one of these puppies along.

How fast?


The washing cycle varies from 10 seconds to 2 minutes long.

Even you have 10 seconds, don't you?



Then what the heck are you doing here?




[via Tiny House Blog and Nikolas R. Schiller]

February 12, 2009 at 01:01 PM | Permalink


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I have had two of those, inexpensive, no let's say it CHEAP machines, and I say cheap because they fall apart after three months. If they where constructed better they would be phenominal, one surprising side effect I accidently washed some clothes in only baking soda, they came out clean and I discovered how much detergent is present it clothes we think clean and rinsed. With one of these in good working order you won't have to add detergent for two washes and when you do, you only need a teaspoon or less plus alittle baking soda. But as I said to bad that in my opinion they're just built to cheaply.

Posted by: thmagr | Apr 15, 2009 2:20:44 PM

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