The Pocket Washing Machine - Does It Suck? Popular on...
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Is pocket washing the future of clean clothes or does it suck?
More info from the manufacturer -
Doing laundry can many times be a burden, as wash-only clothes and garments need special care. And what happens when travelers are on a trip and no washing machine is available?
Behold Nival, a game-changing portable washer to help clean your clothes, protects delicates from damage, saves 60 times energy, and gets laundry done easier with less hassles.
Delicate clothing is the greatest concern of the laundry world. One mistake can bring your favorite garments to badly stretched or destroyed stuff.
But look at this, what would be worse than wasting an evening washing clothes by hand?
To solve this, Nival utilizes the powerful transducer to automate scrubbing clothes, passively help detach all traces of contamination: dirt, oil, dust, grease, pigments thoroughly in a gentle way.
It protects delicates from damage from a conventional washing machine. Just 30 to 40 minutes, rinse your clothes, hang up to dry, you will be able to dress up your favorite garments the next day.
Unpack suitcase, do laundry and return suitcase to closet for the next time trip: those post-trip tips no longer apply.
Nival helps you stay tidy and comfortable during traveling. No hassles returning with loads of dreaded clothes.
Nival has a built-in powerful transducer in the chamber. It induces high pressure waves at hand-wash frequency, which generates cavitation bubbles to agitate a liquid. The agitation produces high forces on contaminants adhering to clothes and it is also able to penetrate microfibers to thoroughly detach contamination like dirt, oil, dust, grease, pigments, etc.
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