Honey-Can-Do LBG-01144 Sweater Wash Bag, White
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- Durable mesh construction
- Works perfectly for delicate larger garments such as sweaters, slacks or fine linens
- Breathable fabric prevents snagging, stretching and other damge
- Zipper closure keeps bag closed tightly
- Measures: 23 in L x 22 in W x .2 in H /58.4 cm L x 55.9 cm W x .5 cm H
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Sweater bag. Replaces hand washing. Prevent pilling and snagging. Zipper closure keeps bag closed tightly. Fine weave mesh.23" L x 22" W x .2" Honey-Can-Do LBG-01144 Sweater Wash Bag, White. Protect your delicates from snags and pilling by using a mesh wash bag. Made from a breathable mesh fabric, this bag allows ample flow through of suds and water to ensure a thorough cleaning and rinse. The bag measures a generous 23"x22" for larger items such as sweaters, slacks, or fine table linens. The zipper closure keeps the bag closed tightly and your garments safely inside. Now your delicates can emerge from the washer the same way they went in, only much cleaner. Made in China.
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August 13, 2011 update: I have been using the three bags I bought every week, and they have held up beautifully, literally looking like new. The zippers stay zipped and do not deteriorate, and the seams do not fray. I thought I was dumb to buy three, but today I used one for hosiery, one for bras (holds three or even four), and one sweater in the same load, so it does pay to have several.
November 29, 2012 update: All three bags are still going strong, no problems with them whatsoever. The fabric does not snag, and all zippers are in tact. I use these bags every week.
September 14, 2013 update: Another 11 months later, with weekly use, and these bags are just fine. It is rare to find a product that delivers as well as this one does with repeated washer and dryer use. There are no holes, seam rips, snags, or zipper sticks: just amazing.
May 28, 2014 update: I love these bags because they are so durable. You can wash anything in them that you want to protect from an HE washer agitator.
The two racks take up exactly the same floor space (28" x 28"). Since this rack secures the net to the corners of the frame, the net is smaller than the frame (see the picture). So even though the frame is 28" x 28" the net is indeed 26" x 26" as advertised. The other model, on the other hand, secures the net to the side poles (again, see the picture), so the net is just as big as the frame. The usable surface area of the other version is indeed bigger, allowing you to dry larger sweaters.
In this version, however, there are no rods along the sides of the net. There are four bars radiating out from the middle. Not only that, but when you separate the legs from each other to attach the net there is a mild "click" as they snap into place. The click isn't very strong, so the arms aren't immovably locked into place, but they don't swing freely either. This construction has two huge advantages.
Firstly, the other rack has no crossbars to sturdy it. Whenever you pick it up, the thing can bend every which way.
(If you don't understand, take four straws, and make then into a square, taping them together at the corners. Then pick up the square and you will see that you can bend it and twist it into all kinds of shapes. That's an exaggeration compared to what happens with this rack but the principle is similar. It's that same principle that you notice when you put DIY storage shelves together: without the cross-bar brace the thing has no stability whatsoever.)
That means that, as one of the reviewers of the other rack noted, forget about assembling the other rack (for example on a table, at a nice comfortable height in a nice roomy space) and then transferring it (for example to the floor or the top of the dryer in a cramped laundry room). It just ain't gonna happen.
This model on the other hand is very stable. You can assemble it and then move it. As I said above, the arms aren't rigidly and completely locked into place, meaning it's easier to move the dryer by itself than with a sweater on it. Even that moderate degree of portability is a huge advantage to ease of use.
Btw: even though the two frames are the same size, the two models don't stack with each other. The other model has nobs on the top of the corners to make for a more secure and stable fit when stacking. The round, and larger, tops of the corners on this model are too large to fit into the legs on the other model. This means that although in theory you could buy one of this model to use on the bottom of a stack and the cheaper model for other tiers, it would only marginally work.
Second advantage of this version: you can fold it up when you're finished. You don't have to break it all the way down to first principles in order to store it out of the way. You simply remove the net, unclick the center bit (takes a bit of practice; see the included instructions and be gentle as you try to figure out the motion they're trying to describe), and fold it up. You can lay it down on a shelf or use the little hanger to hang it up. Nice.
In order to store the other one you have to break it all the way down and try to find someplace to store -- and not lose any of -- the component pieces. It doesn't even come in a box to re-use for storage. Not so nice. Even though the other one holds larger sweaters, I'd be far more likely to get out a towel and dry sweater the old-fashioned way than go and find, and reassemble, the pieces of the other model ... assuming I can find all the pieces to begin with.
All in all the advantages of this model far outweigh the larger sweater-drying area for me. I'd rather pay the extra three dollars for something I'll use than waste $12 on something I won't. Your mileage may vary.
NOTE: Each bra wash bag is 4.5 inches in diameter and 7 inches high, enough room for large D cup bras. The wash bag is however, not large enough for DD or larger bras.
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The bra wash bags fine weave mesh is strong enough to prevent snagging of the fabric during repeated wash cycles.
According to the manufacturer, these wash bags are washer and dryer safe. So far, I have only line dried - I am playing it safe with my delicates :))
UPDATE JAN 2014: Both bags are still in use - one bag got a tiny rip which I mended.
THIS REVIEW IS FROM A FAMILY MEMBER
This thing is EXTREMELY well made for the money! If you need a bag for washing something delicate, look no further! The zipper is well protected under a flap, which will prevent both tearing the contents and accidental opening during the wash cycle. The size is impressive too- I could fit about 100 eyeglass wipes and several pairs of lacy panties all at once, but the wife would be wanting to know where the panties came from.
GREAT product at a really good price.
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