Wanted - Wonder Wash Washing Machine

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  1. Papa Smurf

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    Have you upgraded to a "proper" washing machine in your RV? and / or do you have a Wonder Wash Washing Machine lying around lonely and unloved, looking for a good home?

    If so, Papa Smurf's Wonder Wash Washing Machine re-homing service can help you!. Currently, we have 1 vacancy for a good, in full working order (no leaks please) Wonder Wash Washing Machine.

    If you think that the House of Smurfs would provide a loving, nurturing environment for the Wonder Wash Washing Machine that you no longer love and cherish, please PM me...

    This appeal bought to you by the "Stop Papa Stinking In The Future" group, or, June as she is known.

    Thank You

    Papa
     
  2. Lindy-C

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    Here you go :Rofl1:

    WONDER WASH WASHING MACHINE BRAND NEW NO ELECTRIC on eBay, also, Caravan, Travel, Tickets Travel (end time 21-Jan-08 20:00:00 GMT)
     
  3. RockieRV

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    Hi Papa Smurf

    We once were very kindly given one of these from Karl..... and we passed it onto Artona.....don't know where it is now, but I am sure there is a moral to this tale:Laughing:
     
  4. Forestboy

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    We have one of those mobile twin tubs in a locker use on long trips for socks pants t shirts etc etc. It weighs next to nothing as its all plastic, plug into the RV when on hookup. All you need to do is fetch a bucket of hot water from the shower block and away it goes, great little device and cost £50 brand new.
     
  5. Lindy-C

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    You could always wash your smalls the environmentally friendly way...................take 'em down to the river and beat 'em on a rock :Laughing:
     
  6. Road Runner

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    Blimey Papa you doing your washing before you got your bus:Eeek:
     
  7. Papa Smurf

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    RR,
    I need to - can't afford the extra payload of the dirt!
     
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    Hang your arm and a leg out of the window that'll reduce you payload:Wink::Laughing::Rofl1:
     
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    June get old smelly socks to give my Darren a ring on 01-580-881288, I heard rumours that we do somat like that.

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  10. Papa Smurf

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    Thanks JCM, but having looked at your site, I can see no manual washing machines like the Wonder Wash. Perhaps you can give me a direct link?

    Papa
     
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  12. Papa Smurf

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    Thanks RR. I had seem the towsure one, but really am after the manual marvel that is the Wonder Wash Washing Machine. Probably, because it may be the only exercise I do every day turning the handle.....

    SLlghtly more seriously, I'm trying to avoid 240V stuff as standard, as we intend to stay on a a mix of campsites, aires and free camping, so want as much flexibility as possible.


    Papa (Stinky) Smurf
     
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    POINTS TO "OUT OF STOCK"

    But nice try!!!!
     
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    Wonder wash

    Hi

    I have a wonder wash for sale. Where in the country are you?

    Russell

    Send a PM please to jog my memory to look at the thread. :thumb:
     
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    Blinking heck, is this the ex Karl - ex kands wonder washer turned up again? Small world if it is :Rofl1:

    Keith
     
  17. Papa Smurf

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    Russell.

    PM'd.

    Smelly Smurf
     
  18. Jim

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    This ones changed hands quite a bit then:Smile: Are they any good Keith? or should that question have gone to Sharon (RockieRV):Laughing:

    Sharon, is the wonderwash worth the lockerspace?
     
  19. RockieRV

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    In my opinion, No....... a pair of marigolds and a bucket would be my preferred option to that!
     
  20. Rapide561

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    Hi

    This one was purchased new be myself in December 2006, just before the long trip to Garda.

    The wonderwash does get things very clean and you need very little detergent etc. I found it easier to use an adjacent bucket for rinsing though.

    I did not use the thing very much as the weather in Garda for the bulk of the time I was there was not really "drying" weather.

    One of the people on the site used a bucket and posser and got equally good results.

    The best washing device I saw though was when I returned to Garda in September and met a load of "travellers" from France. One of the transit van had a Hoover type washer inside, aswell as a twin tub!

    Russell
     
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