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    DIY Human Powered Washing Machine

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    DIY Human Powered Washing Machine

    How often do you do laundry? Maybe it's once or twice a week. For some people, it's every day. What would happen if you couldn't do laundry anymore? First, you'd be digging out old clothes that either don't fit or that you don't like anymore. Next, you'd end up turning shirts and underwear inside out. But what about after that?

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    If your town has a power outage that lasts longer than you can make your clothes last, you'll need to a way to wash clothes. You can buy a powerless washing machine such as the Wonderwash, but it's a lot cheaper to make your own. All you need is a five-gallon bucket, a plunger, and a drill.

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