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Old 09-25-2013
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Re: The Art of Washing Clothes Aboard...

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thanks Brian- Really appreciate your input. current thinking is engine driven watermaker, dc generator. Already put in the 2 d400s and having panels put on top of hard bimini this winter. Find the space for the washer dryer is already filled with foulies/ditch bag/ boots etc. Expect most time off grid will be in Caribe or trades. So far the D400s have been enough and haven't needed to run engine beyond in and out. Figure dc generator most efficient to charge batteries. Only will run AC to get to sleep for a couple of hours. Maybe should just throw a wonder wash in the lazerette but disappointed blew the effort to plumb for Splendide.
I just want to be clear that my experience with them is second hand knowledge. I have always tried to point that out. So you may be perfectly happy with it. As I said, cost not an object or space, I would have one!

But for $55 bucks, kinda hard to go wrong with the wonderwash too. If you don't like it, toss it off to another cruiser.

Brian
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