"I bought the mobile washer five or six months ago, but didn't really expect much. The first time I used it though, it more than paid for itself. I had a couple of really gross cleaning rags and didn't expect them to come clean. I let them soak for about fifteen minutes with some dish liquid and a little bleach then spent about three minutes plunging them. I was amazed at how clean they got.I've washed slips, nightgowns, and other small items with less soap and water and in a lot shorter time than using a washer. It's especially nice because I live in an apartment building and it can be a pain in the neck to get a washer."
-- Linda, Louisiana
This washer uses a technique of pushing and pulling the water through the clothes without excess friction (which also reduces the wear on your clothes). This mobile washer uses minimal water and because of the agitation motion, less soap. Use in a bucket (5-gallon suggested), sink or tub. This hand washer is also able to rinse your clothes using fresh water. The Mobile Washer is a great item to have with your emergency and outdoor supplies.