posted originally from: AT:Chicago The idea behind the process? When warm water is sealed in the airtight drum, the heat causes the air to expand, which builds pressure. The pressure forces the detergent (which is diluted into the water) into & through the fabric about 100 times faster than you could by hand and it requires no electricity.
You can then rinse the clean clothes in the machine by replacing the water with clean, cold water or do the rinse by hand.
The same company also makes a Mini Countertop Spin Dryer that extracts the water from the clothes after washing. It is a 2.2 lb capacity and weighs 11 lbs.
We found a few comments on the Wonderwash on this previous AT thread but are wondering if there are any more reviews from readers...is it a thumbs up or down on these countertop laundry machines?