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Old 09-25-2013   #10
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Re: The Art of Washing Clothes Aboard...

No problem Brian. We love our wonder wash and I am currently trying to come up with a way to mount it somewhere on the boat rather than use the included frame. It would only be mounted when in use but would be more stable and could lose the frame.

The spinner does take up a lot of room but I think that outweighs the excellent job it does to remove the water. It also seems to keep stuff wrinkle free. Some of that space could be taken back by storing something inside it when not in use. As for power, we would be running the engine, water maker and the spinner all at the same time so just the cost of the diesel. we make water to wash and electricity to spin. The side benefit is that we get hot water for showering after doing the laundry.
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