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List price: $80.00
Customer reviews (see all 391 reviews)
Good for apartment living, July 31, 2006
I bought this to alleviate the amount of laundry I need to lug out into the street. It is good for maintaining in-between laundry and not to be used as a subsitute for a big machine. I use it to wash my daily wear like tank tops, shorts, personal...
Paid for itself in 2 months., August 13, 2006
I have been using the Wonder Washer for several months. Before I was going to the laundry-mat every week and spending about $10 each week. Now I only go once every 4 to 6 weeks to wash the larger items. This machine paid for itself in about 2...
No more early waking up and lagging heavy loads to Laundromat, December 27, 2006
This product is heaven sent.Prior to finding this product, I had to drag myself every three weeks out of bed at 5.30 in the morning just so I could eliminate the waiting time for washing machine availability in the Laundromat in our...
Reward Lawn Countertop Drying Rack, Green
List price: $24.99
Customer reviews (see all 269 reviews)
An effective drying rack which can hold anytype of item, August 5, 2011
This drying rack is composed of 2 pieces. There is a plastic white try used to catch the water and also a 10.5 inches x 13 inches mesh of hard plastic blades which look like grass. The blades are very rigid and can hold in place almost any item...
Not just for baby stuff!!, November 25, 2012
Love it!, April 22, 2011
I read many reviews before purchasing this. I ended up going with the "lawn" as apposed to the "grass" simply because of size. My current munchkin drying rack was always full, and others saying the "grass" was too small. I think this is the...
After our stirring a get moving to Pennsylvania, she graduated to an actual laundry room with a dryer, which was located in the common area of a ranch home of the day -- between the unavailable garage and kitchen. Visiting a client recently, I discussed with them an
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