|Brand Name||As Seen On TV|
|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||13 x 10 x 13 inches|
As Seen On TV 295116 Wonder Washer, 13x18.25-Inch, Blue
|Price:||$45.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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How it works:
-Pour water into bucket, put in clothes and detergent, not to exceed the capacity line inside the bucket. (7L for small loads, 10L for bigger loads)
-Lock on top lid
-Place bucket on the motorized base (similar structure to a blender)
-Plug in cord and select cycle (standard or delicates) and amount of time from selection: 3,6,9,12, or 15 minutes
-Let machine wash. There's a really flat agitator on the inside bottom of bucket that turns clockwise for a few seconds, pauses, and then turns counterclockwise and keeps going in this cycle until the timer is up.
Here's the bad part, there's no rinse cycle since there is no plumbing so you have to pour the water out. I don't reccommend pouring it through the holes on the lid (see picture) because the lid does not lock on tightly and the plastic although thick, is still cheaply made. So just remove the cap, take the clothes out, put in a basin and rinse the detergent off in a sink. Unplug, then remove bucket and pour water out. While the rinsing is annoying, I would pick this anyday over lugging my laundry in the street. And it's just rinsing that you have to do, which is easy compared to handwashing.Read more ›
Prior to finding this product, I had to drag myself every three weeks out of bed at 5.30 in the morning just so I could eliminate the waiting time for washing machine availability in the Laundromat in our area. On top of that, I had to lag a heavy load of clothes.
With Wonder Washer, my clothes don't pile up anymore. In fact, I now find my hamper empty most of the time as I now wash my day's clothes after use at night. People might think it's a waste of time. For me, it's not. As my clothes wash, I can do other things. It has timer, loud enough to indicate when the washing ends. I don't mind replacing the water used for washing with clean water for rinsing... No big deal.
One load allows me to wash a day's clothes -- pants, shirt, underwear, socks. Amazingly, it also can wash my twin bedsheet, which has completely eliminated my need to go to the Laundromat... though I have yet to try washing my bath towels.
I highly recommend this to single people with small-sized clothes. It can wash more than one thinks it can. It's a big help, especially during winter season.
1) Load clothes in a separate 3.5 gallon bucket. About 2/3 full, loose and not packed down.
2) Place in bathtub and use shower to fill bucket. I add a small amount of detergent, diluted with water on top of the clothes as the hot shower is running (I have a watersaver hi-pressure shower head) This adds some extra cleaning time to the clothes
3) Transfer clothes and water (the proper fill level is trial and error- the minimum as long as the clothes turn and without splashing over)to the Wonderwasher bucket. I have the WW sitting on top of 3 foam exercise square mats with a plastic serving tray that the WW sits in. This helps with noise and contains splashes. I also wipe the WW bucket, motor base and the tray so I can monitor if water is splashing out
4) Adjust time and cycle. I've been using 9 minutes and gentle cycle (I think the gentle spins for 7 seconds- 3 second rest- 7 sec. spin- repeat. The Standard cycle is 14 sec spin- but was beating up and stretching socks and long sleeves) I add fabric softener when I am starting the machine so the clothes are less wrinkled.
5) Then I take the WW lid off, walk the bucket to the tub and pour off the water and clothes into a plastic dish rack (that has raised legs) and lets the water drain off.
6) then I quickly hand wring out clothes and place them in the bathroom sink, fill with water, drain. I do a quick hand wring again (not overdoing it) and place them in a spin dryer for 5 minutes (similar size to the WW) which spins at 1500 RPM. Then I put the clothes on a folding rack and they are usually dry by the morning.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked great for the first 6 months. Now it has completely stopped running despite the motor continuing to run.
Used 1-2 times a week.
Good enough for little things like socks & underwear, but not suitable for jeans. You can wash one pair of jeans or a shirt, but keep in mind you have to rinse the items and wring... Read morePublished 28 days ago by canyoncreekbay
I received the washing machine in a good condition and it was well packed.
The product is functioning well and so far I have no issues with it.
Agitator stopped working 3 months after I purchased it. Was a great product before it stopped working though and doubles as a handy bucket/pail for dirty cloth diapers.Published 1 month ago by Laura Fields
An ok washer for maintaining in between washes. I purposely bought this because as a stay at home mother i dont usually have anyone to watch the kids so i can haul down laundry... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Yosi S.