|Brand Name||Breathing Mobile Washer|
|Item Weight||1.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24 x 8 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||MWASH-1|
|Special Features||Made of solid construction material opposed to all plastic|
|Dryer Power Source||Manual|
|Material Type||Aluminum, Wood, Plastic|
|Included Components||Threaded wooden handle, Small cone, Large cone, Basket|
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Breathing Mobile Washer - Handheld, portable, non-electric, mobile, manual clothes washing machine. Handle Included.
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- Gets clothes cleaner, faster while being gentler on clothing than traditional methods.
- Environmentally conscious; uses less water and detergent, no electricity, low carbon footprint.
- A few uses include; camping/RV, dorms/apartments, preppers, homesteading, off grid living and much more.
- Use for small loads, delicates, bulky items, cloth diapers, stain removal, or just getting clothes cleaner than a washing machine.
- High quality construction meant to last for years, consisting of new ABS plastic, corrosion resistant metal thread, and solid wooden handle with a laquer finish.
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Breathing Mobile Washer - hand operated, portable, clothes washing machine. Our hand-operated clothes washer uses a technique of pushing and pulling water through clothes to clean them well without wearing them out. Uses minimal water and less soap. Use in a bucket (5-gallon suggested), sink or tub. Can also rinse your clothes using fresh water. A great item to have with your emergency and outdoor supplies. Ideal for Military, Peace Corp, Church Missionaries or anyone in or traveling to remote world locations. Other uses include preparedness focus and green enthusiasts, off-grid/homesteading and micro living. Must have for disasters and power outages. Minimal carbon footprint and cruelty free from start to finish.
Top Customer Reviews
I was looking for an inexpensive clothes washer because I was sick and tired of hauling clothes to the laundromat, and being in an apartment, I don't have room for a washer and dryer. Electric or hand-powered really didn't matter. What did matter was that hooking up to the faucet would be extremely difficult if not impossible since I already had a Clear2O filter connection on the spout. That ruled out things like the small Haier washers, which were too expensive as well. The electric Wonder Washer looked like an option, but had some bad reviews for its low capacity, sometimes poor reliability, objectionable noise and what looked like rather weak agitator action. Video reviews showed that it just swirled clothes around for a few seconds each way, not back and forth like a regular top-load washer. Think of an oversize stand blender. I considered the Wonderwash hand-powered washer, which received good reviews for its cleaning, but that seemed like it was rather tedious, with screwing and unscrewing the lid and installing and removing the drain tube and watching water drain in a thin stream.Read more ›
He said you put your water, soap clothes in bucket of water. You plunge up and down which causes a suction in the water. The water actually is sucked through the clothing and removes dirt. He emptied his bucket of water and soap and repeated until the water stayed clean. Then he poured rinse water in the buck and repeated to remove soap. All the guys at the outpost are actually excited over this litter device! No more soiled, stinking clothes!
The plastic is actually very thick, which pleasantly surprised me. The metal that connects to the wooden handle wiggles slightly and the plastic needs to be tightened once or twice throughout the wash, but other than that it works better than I imagined. For the price it can be beat. I wouldn't use a mechanical washer after trying this.
Unless you have a way to plunge close to your body it will give your arms and back a good work out in that short time. Also keep in mind that although hand washing is simple easy and cheap hand wringing is time consuming, distorts cloths, and often leaves cloths dripping still. This goes double for jeans. A spin dryer may be a good idea. I just tried a mop bucket ringer and it fails to outperform hand wringing in any way, especially for items with buttons and such.
So I have been thinking about ways to do laundry at home while not buying a machine which apparently is against the silly rules anyway. First I ordered a Wonderwasher, which works well btw, but it has a limited capacity, so I decided to try the Breathing Mobile Washer next.
I'm a big guy, so I don't have a problem with the general notion of using this plunger-like device in the tub. As a test, I sent one sock off to the laundromat with a big load, and I decided to wash the other at home with this new device. Result? After some mild agitating and a little bleach, my sock was MUCH CLEANER than the laundromat sock. I was shocked and happily surprised.
So I plan to use this device a lot, because it is quick and cheap, and it works very well.
I have only discovered two negatives: As others have mentioned, the plastic plunger tends to come unscrewed from the handle during use; and I have found out the hard way that it is not the best for underwire items, as the wires can get bent.
Otherwise I am very pleased, the plastic is very sturdy and it has held up well especially considering it has suffered some abuse by my three children and is still like new!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works very well!
We needed to wash our car mitts and cloths but I didn't want them in our brand new washer. Read more
great for washing your grandma's undies, you have to buy your own stick, I tried cheap ones and really good ones, today I threw it away. Don't believe me? Buy one, Have a nice dayPublished 8 days ago by BC
The Breathing Mobile Washer is a MUST have item for anyone who does laundry by hand
Appearance - shape and size of a standard toilet plunger. Read more
I was moving into an apartment that did not have a washer/dryer connection and of course needed some way to wash my clothes, other than by handwashing (which ironically, I actually... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Faith Harvey
I bought this along with the freegrace 23 liter collapsible bucket to use to wash clothes on a trip I will be going on. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Dan
Seems to get the job, will probably order more as preparedness Christmas presents for my family.Published 26 days ago by Robert Taft
I absolutely love this product! I was never into hand washing anything until recently, when I realized all of my biking related clothing laster longer when hand washed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hector A Parayuelos
Comes apart fairly easy while working with it. I do like it. I would like it more if it stayed secure and was smaller in diameter. I rubber grip would be good.Published 1 month ago by Raquel