- The only compact, countertop mini washer with an automatic rinse cycle.
- Much better quality build and significantly longer product lifespan, compared to other electric mini washers.
- Compact and lightweight, weighs only 14 lbs.
- Convenient built-in carrying handle.
- Stylish computer control panel
- Connects to any 110V outlet.
- Quality inlet hoses and faucet adapter provided- hooks up to a kitchen faucet, no need to manually pour water in.
- Designed for smaller items such as shirts, undergarments, diapers, socks...not larger items like bed sheets.
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No, it's meant for smaller items such as shirts, undergarments, etc.
You connect the inlet hose to a faucet, normally a kitchen faucet. You remove the faucet aerator from the faucet, then connect the supplied faucet adapter. It's a quick connect, so after connecting the faucet adapter, you can quickly snap the inlet hose in place each time you wash. The faucet adapter can be left in place and the faucet will still work properly.
Yes, so unlike other mini washers without pumps, you don't necessarily have to put it on the countertop when washing.
Good question. This is because the quality and function is significantly superior. There are literally hundreds of factories that make cheap mini washers with no automatic rinse cycle. The computer control panels that allow for automatic rinse cycles cost quite a bit to produce, and it's more difficult to produce washers with this function. It also has significantly higher cost and better quality components such as the motor, which means it will last a lot longer. Even the plastic on the outside of the unit is much stronger and thicker. Lastly it has a much more stylish design.
Yes. It's located at the top of the agitator, you pull it off to remove.
Please be sure to clean the lint filter, which is located at the top of the agitator. You pull it off to remove.