Post Profile

Chinese Student’s Water-powered Washing Machine

A Chinese student has found a very innovative way of washing his clothes without buying an expensive washing machine. Cleverly employing two faucets, a plastic washtub and a basin, he created his own “washing machine.” Link (1) Related posts: The Pet Washing Machine for Lazy Owners Rare Buddhist Flower Discovered Under Nun’s Washing Machine Chinese [...] Related posts: The Pet Washing Ma
read more


Related Posts

Will smart clothes spell the end of the weekly wash?

Lifestyle / Green Living : Green Futures

Summary Summary text: Innovative textiles and redesigned washing machines could drastically reduce our water and energy usage, says Peter Madden. Innovative textiles and redesigned washing machines could drastically reduce our water...

Wet ‘n Wild Orlando Closing: America’s First Water Park Turns Off The Faucets

News : The Inquisitr - News

Wet ‘n’ Wild Orlando is closing in 2016. The Florida amusement park opened in 1977 and is regarded as on of the first water parks in the country. Universal Orlando Resort owns Wet ‘n Wild and is planning to build Volcano Bay to fill...

The Axor Starck Faucet Shows the Beauty of Clear Water

Humor : Neatorama

We've all seen clear sink basins and open faucets before, but never an open and clear water spout. The new Axor Starck Faucet is the first of its kind, revealing the swirling beauty of water as it can be found in nature. While there...

This Washing Machine Cleans Clothes With Plastic Beads Instead Of Water

Technology / Gadgets : Gizmodo Australia

While today’s high-efficiency washing machines use far less water than their predecessors, they still consume between 40 and 90 litres of water per load. That’s a lot of water just for cleaning clothes. But Xeros’ revolutionary wash...

Bike Washing Machine: Pedal Your Clothes Clean

Humor : Neatorama

A middle-school student in Guandong province in China figured out a way to run a washing machine without electricity.  He rigged up a washing machine to a stationary bicycle and pedaled until the clothes were clean. He demonstrated ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC