Washing Wringer.

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  1. Carol

    Carol Funster Life Member

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    Following on from the thread about Rotary Airers, what I would dearly love to find is a New Type (Lightweight) of the old fashioned wringers
    [​IMG] If only there were a modern version, when you are traveling months at a time you don't always want to use laundrettes and you usually have the time to do the washing, but what a difference one of these would make.
     
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    We looked all over for a table top model last year and couldn't find one. We are certain we had one when we first married but goodness knows what happened to it.

    We find wrapping a garment in a towel and twisting it between us most effective without mechanical assistance.
     
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    If it's that old it will be in a museum:Wink:
     
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    OI!! :Smile:
    A bit small for clothes Geo :BigGrin:
     
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    You should get one off those magic boxes like we have hear, it stays on the landing and i put my dirty clothes in and in a couple off days the clothes appear in my wardrobe all clean and ironed :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Find a nice dry bit of road...

    Lay your wet washing in a neat line in front of the "Nearside" front wheel...

    Drive forward but for ready to iron reverse over again...

    Sorted.... :thumb: :Doh::whistle::sorry2:
     
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