Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag

There’s nothing worse than having to remember to do the mundane tasks–like laundry–when you’re traveling. In a lot of cases, you are literally in the middle of nowhere, making...
Scrubba best portable laundry system wash bags

Scrubba best portable laundry system wash bagsThere’s nothing worse than having to remember to do the mundane tasks–like laundry–when you’re traveling. In a lot of cases, you are literally in the middle of nowhere, making it impossible to get your clothes clean. That is, unless you have the Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag. This genius invention makes it easy to wash your clothes whenever, and wherever, you want. And not just an ok wash–we are talking machine quality.

So how does this all work? The Scrubba is a modernized take on the old school washboard. Hundreds of internal nodules scrub the dirt out of clothes, while the grip circles prevent sliding on surfaces while you are washing your laundry. Just fill with the bag with water, detergents and dirty clothes, roll the bag, clip, and deflate, removing excess air. Then, rub the clothes against the Scrubba nodules, rinse, and dry. All done.

There’s also a transparent window, so you can see the washing and filling levels as you wash. The bag is made of microbial and hydrolysis-resistant polyether TPU, making it durable, and at only five ounces, the Scrubba is the lightest and smallest washing machine in the world. It folds to the size of a pocket, making it a breeze to pack. Your clothes are quality washed, in about three minutes flat, for free. Doesn’t get any easier than that.

This portable washer is perfect for travel, but it is also a handy choice for backpacking, small apartments, disaster kits, and in case of power outages. The Scrubba guarantees that you will always have a way to wash your clothes, whether or not the electricity is working at your home, or if you want to give the electricity a break and wash you clothes with an energy-saving gadget. The Scrubba also doubles as a dry bag, so you’re set for all your laundry needs.

Check it out

 

A long time traveler and recent expat, Brett wandered through over 25 countries before he decided to settle in the little beach town of Sihanoukville, Cambodia. After struggling through the process of setting up a new life abroad, he decided to start Expats and Aliens to help other expats find the info they need before making the leap.

Website

Categories
Cool Travel Gear
No Comment

Leave a Reply

*

*

RELATED