Clean Clothes

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  • #2564

    Norma
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    Here is what I’m planning for the washing/spin drying of my clothes while FTing.  Anyone have any experience or tips with these?

    Wonderwash

     

    Laundry Alternative Spin Dryer:

     

    I have a line I can use in the shower for rainy days and a folding line for outside to complete drying.

    1996 Honorbuilt Eldorado C320 "Lurch" | Chewbacca is my co-pilot

    #2589

    Eddie & Aileen
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    Hi Norma,I like that wonder wash its a good size for one or maby two people. Landry and “fulltiming” have alwase been a problemactic job. Aileen has hauled landry back and forth to landrys,frends house,and familys homes for 4 years now.So for Christmass she got a washer/drier set so not to brake her back luging that bag of landry everywere.I had to take out the pantry and move to a defrent spot,but this works well and can be hiden when not in use.

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    #2591

    Eddie & Aileen
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    This is it closed up!

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    #2596

    Norma
    Participant

    Sweet!  Alas, I have no room for that in my C. MIGHT be able to sqeeze in a combo, but will have to put that off while I fix all the essentials.  🙂

    1996 Honorbuilt Eldorado C320 "Lurch" | Chewbacca is my co-pilot

    #2912

    So, the Wonderwash hooks up to the faucet and spins them dry enough to be hung? I think we may have to add this to the RV want list ! :yes:

    Don't give up on your Dream!

    #2914

    Norma
    Participant

    Nancy, the Wonderwash does the washing, the spin dryer spins them allllmost dry!!  Two separate things…that go great together!  :yes:

    1996 Honorbuilt Eldorado C320 "Lurch" | Chewbacca is my co-pilot

    #4436

    Read a lot of reviews on these and yes, both are on my list of pre -fulltime shopping list! I read they can do sheets, it’s that big!! – Nancy

    Don't give up on your Dream!

    #4438

    Norma
    Participant

    Wahoo!  I’m in!!

    1996 Honorbuilt Eldorado C320 "Lurch" | Chewbacca is my co-pilot

    #6313

    Lisa Bilbrey
    Participant

    Where did you get the spin dryer?

    #6314

    Eddie & Aileen
    Participant

    Hi Lisa, We got the stack washer/dryer set at Camping World in North Charlston South Carolina last November.

    Happy Trails!!!

    #6315

    Lauren
    Member

    will have to check this out

    #6317

    Norma
    Participant

    I got spin dryer here.  They have a version on Amazon, but it only spins half as fast.  Reviews for it seem good, though.

    After using both of these for a couple of weeks, I’m really happy with my choice.  The spin dryer is AWESOME.  Really quiet and works fast…maybe a couple of minutes for a full load.

    Don’t do like I do though, and forget to put a bucket under the spout.  It’s happened 3 times now.  Dang!

    1996 Honorbuilt Eldorado C320 "Lurch" | Chewbacca is my co-pilot

    #6334

    James
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    we have tthe combo one where it a washer and dryer. Makes it nice not having to switch out laundry. I really wanted to say my washer is my maid…… opps meant to say wife,

     

    #33189

    Sherri Rabren
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    I took 2 buckets, drilled holes in one. I use a plunger for my agitator ( great work out and stress reliever btw LOL) For the spin cycle I toss a rope over a branch and go to spinning it. Then just dry on a line. Of coarse for blankets and towels, I hit a laundry mat up once a month and then just hang stuff out to dry if possible. Oh I also have a lid with a hole drilled in it to keep from sploshing all the water out.

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    What brand is the stack-able? Is it 110 or 220? And, do you happen to know how tall they are in total? Thanks!!

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