Squash Wash Lets You Wash Clothes Without Consuming Electricity

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Eco Factor: Concept washing machine works without electricity.

Apart from lighting, washing machines also consume a major percentage of the energy requirements of your house. This is why we often see concept and prototype washing machines that allow you to save water and electricity. The newest concept comes from Kristin Mueller that lets you do your laundry with little water and no electricity.

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Dubbed Squash Wash, the concept relies on a compression and salad spinner technology to wash clothes. All the user has to do is to stuff in a few clothes, add water and compress the machine by either standing on top of it or pressing it down with hands.

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