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Tuesday, February 28, 2012

The Many Ways To Wash Clothes Off-Grid

Since it is getting warmer and I can now hang my clothes outside to dry , I have been thinking of the many ways that you can wash clothing Off-Grid. There are a few different ways to make sure that you have clean clothing in an emergency. You have several ways to do it while Surviving Off Off-Grid. I have highlighted several of the ways over the last few years.
Hand-Crank Washing Machine

The Laundry Pod

The $6.50 Washing Machine


The bicycle washing machine from The Colony is one of my favorite ideas.

Another great way I just seen was to use a Commercial 5-Gallon Salad Dryer. They are more sturdy and a lot bigger that the cheap salad spinners you can get for home use.


I also am wanting to get one of these Washboards for smaller loads, like socks and underwear.

As you can see there are many ways to keep your clothing clean in a SHTF situation.









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