Would You Pedal Your Way To Cleaner Clothes?

Would You Pedal Your Way To Cleaner Clothes?

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Sarah Rae Smith
Jul 16, 2010

Two weeks ago we shed a teary good-bye to our old rental loft and along with it, the super awesome high efficiency washer and dryer which came with it. They were oh so good to us and we've been sentenced to life at the laundromat ever since. When we saw this idea, all we could think about is how happy it would make us to not have to sit there in that over crowded hot box, waiting for our clothes to "kind of" get clean.

This fabulous set up was designed by Mitch Shivers, an industrial designer from Philippines. Like us, he enjoys the idea of running your errands around town, all the while doing your laundry. Leave with dirty clothes, come home with clean!

Now all it needs is an easy way to drain the dirty water and fill with fresh while you're on the go. It would be simple to use the grey water to help out some thirsty plants along the way and refill to complete the cycle. Not only does the idea give most the ability to wash their clothes without the purchase of an expensive appliance, but it has minimal impact on the world around us!

So we ask you: Would you rather hang out in the laundromat or flit around town instead? Let us know below!

Via The Design Blog
(Image: Mitch Shivers)

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