Portable wash tubs

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  1. markymark

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    Current opinion is that they are quite good

    Camping Caravan Twin Tub Washing Machine and dont forget Funsters discount:thumb:

    Peter
     
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    Had one for 3 or 4 years now used all over Europe great bit of kit missus swears by it:thumb:
     
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    Couple of friends have them and say they wouldnt be without them now, both have kids that get happily dirty. They dont hold a big load but a few peices at a time and the spin is good as well they rekon
     
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    We have one too, great bit of kit Missus swears AT it:RollEyes:
    Jan and Pammy had communal washing days in Morocco
    me and Ror were on water duties:Doh:
    About 60 quid at the shows
     
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    Super little machines. Weigh about 11kg, do an excellent wash and worth it for the spin dryer alone.

    Although they are plastic, they are very robust and take quite a load. Draining is by gravity.

    Check out EBay, around £60.
     
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    Many thanks for replys.

    We are off to France beginning of June for 3 weeks basing ourselves at Montpillier.
    I am trying to keep away from sites as much as possible and stick to aires to keep the cost down .
    The Mrs on the other hand has a different idea and wants to use sites as much as possible. One of her excuses was for the washing. Think i have that covered now:ROFLMAO:. She wants swimming pools. Plan for lots of lakes and sea stops.
     
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    We brought ours from Johns Cross they are just brill used in our static van and will now use in our 5ver.

    Ant&Debs:Smile:
     
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