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Chinese Student’s Water-powered Washing Machine

3 years agoHumor : Weird Asia News

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
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