I found this thing online, and thought it was pretty neat: [url]http://www.laundry-alternative.com/products/Wonderwash.html[/url]
I was thinking that if it works, I could use it for my cloth napkins and I could wash the previous day's laundry (my outfit, DH's outfit and DS's outfit.) It would definitely save money on electricity and I'm pretty sure it would save water. Does anyone know how much water the average top loader uses per load??
, , crunchy wife and mama to big Michael and baby Michael We and but we love , and . Currently exclusively pumping but hoping to successfully soon!
I got one of these when we were staying off the grid for 6 weeks. I have to say, it really didn't help me. I had a hard time getting it to work, and felt - in the end - that I had just wasted my money. I ended up doing all laundry at my parents during that time! :(
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