|Model Info||Best Clothes Wringer|
|Item Weight||15 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.9 x 12.8 x 4 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA|
|Item model number||Best Clothes Wringer|
|Part Number||Best Wringer|
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Best Hand Clothes Wringer
|Price:||$157.50 + $12.49 shipping|
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- Clothes wringer removes water from clothes, towels and chamois a true green laundry wringer
- Rust free steel frame like antique washing wringers used. Roller shafts are steel and are known to show rust.
- Hand turned steel tube crank handle for manual clothes wringing. It takes work to turn when rollers are tightened down tight sufficient to get the most water out
- Zinc plated finish prevents rust like the old wringer washers and all parts are replaceable
- Has angled clamps to stand straight when attached to round galvanized tubs or square wash tubs (use wood shims to aid securing) or boards as thick as 1.75"
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Top Customer Reviews
If you want to be prepared for a prolonged power outage and if you want to make sure you get a wringer that won't break when you need it, this is a great device to have handy. It is expensive but you won't be thinking about the money you spent if you need to use it. When I get backup devices, like this, I want great quality stuff that isn't going to break when I need it.
After you use this product you will think your prayers have been answered!
My wife and I tested this product before we wouild really need it during a critical incident (extended power outage, EMP strike, etc).
First of all, credits to the Amazon vendor Get Prepared Store as they had the product shipped protected and in excellent condition via UPS. The package came with minor assemblly instructions, as the only tools needed is a flat blade screw driver and plyers.
The Best Hand Clothes Wringer (BHCW) worked perfectly. BHCW ajusts to fit most washtubs--we tried both, a square washtub and an oval washtub. The wringer is fully adjustable to suit the degree of wetness (amount of water squeezed from the clothes) the operator desires. The hand crank turns relatively easy, too.
As stated above, the two (2) clamps on the bottom of BHCW pivot to accomodate most washtubs in thickness and angles--and are relative sturdy and easy to clamp down on the washtub and remove from the washtub. The clamps are designed as to not puncture the mostly flimsy wash tubs they make today.
BHCW is made sturdy and looks built to last. The rollers are made of what looks and feels like a soft-touch, but firm polyurethane material--probably to help protect more delicate clothing.
Working with the Best Hand Clothes Wringer reminded me of days gone by, watching my mother wash our clothes the old fashioned way and using a wringer of similar type.
But the "old fashioned way" may be back sooner than you think.
Are you ready?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
we take it camping with us, made a bracket to clamp to table and wash and wringe out clothes.Published 9 months ago by Grant Bellm
Might ought to cut the long hair, or keep it tied back. Or keep anything that swings away from it.
Oh the stories that apparatus could tell! Read more
The adjustable roller spacing is very helpful. It's difficult to use if you don't have a tub, though. I'm making do with a 5 gallon bucket, but that's not a great solution.Published 11 months ago by Wanda Petra
A little heavy, but beats trying to wring out hand washables with arthritic hands.Published 13 months ago by Marlene Silvia
While this may be the best wringer out there, it's not really very good. I bought it to wring out my chamois to dry my cars. It's hard to mount to anything. Read morePublished 14 months ago by J. Simion