GiraDora | Pedal-Powered Washer Needs No Electricity And Costs Only $40

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Have you been searching for a pedal-powered washer? Alex Cabunoc and Ji A designed the GiraDora, an non-eclectic, combination washer and spin-dryer that is powered by a foot pedal. Originally intended for those in developing countries who lack the funds for expensive washing machines, now the $40 GiraDora pedal-powered washer is in demand in many developed countries by homesteaders, survivalists, and families living off the grid.

To use the pedal-powered washer, place a load of laundry in the tub with soap and water, then close the lid which acts as a seat. Using the foot pedal, pump the foot to agitate, clean, rinse, and spin-dry your clothes.





Pedal-Powered Washer Benefits:

– Inexpensive
– Portable
– Ergonomic Design
– More Efficient Washing
– Saves Time

Perhaps the best benefit of the pedal-powered washer over hand washing is that reduces the overall time of doing a load of laundry while drastically alleviating back and wrist strain most associated with hand washing.

Another advantage of the GiraDora pedal-powered washer is its efficient use of water. Compared to hand washing, 1/3 less water is used, plus you can easily capture the wash water for reuse.



Currently, the GiraDora pedal-powered washer is patent pending. GiraDora is completing development and plans to bring the washer market soon. The company release periodic updates on their Facebook channel. If you would like more info and details about this pedal-power washer, check out the video and frequently asked question list at the link below.

Pedal-Powered Washer FAQ

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