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Best Hand Clothes Wringer

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WRINGER_AK_HI

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List Price: $199.00
Our Price: $159.35
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Description:

Nobody likes wet clothes. That's why we sell a hand wringer that removes much of the water depending on the fabric or clothes type. Ask for our hand clothes wringer. It's great for bulky items such as wringing towels and chamois. It's great for thin items too (adjustable squeeze rollers). For jeans and other uneven clothes items you'll find success but understand that not as much water can be wringed out from such items where the pockets and other doubled fabric combine. Use it at work, garages, car washes, motels, swimming pools, hospitals and your home. Longer life to clothes, chamois, towels, bathing suits, etc. Solid and well built here in the USA, the hand wringer has a rustproof, all-steel frame, steel tube handle, and zinc plated finish. Hard maple bearings never need oil. A single, adjustable screw applies pressure at center of a flat, tempered steel spring. So pressure is balanced over entire length of wringing roller. Attach to stationary tub, portable tubs, round wash tubs, square wash tubs or oval wash tubs. Clamps open to 1 3/4". The wringer's metal frame size is 15.5" wide. With the crank handle attached it extends the length to 29". The frame height is 8.5" but extends to 10.25" counting the tension screw knob on top. The metal frame is 2" deep with a 6" drip tray the slides into the frame under the rollers. The usable inside width is 11.25" from one side of the roller to the other. Weighs about 15 lbs assembled. Great for wringing chamois or wringing towels too. The best hand wringer available and good stuff to get prepared. Note: Shipping to Alaska & Hawaii requires additional postage. Please contact seller for quote and shipping arrangements to avoid orders being canceled.

Features:
  • Can remove much of water from clothes, towels and chamois a true green wash wringer

  • Rustproof all steel frame like antique washing wringers

  • Hand crank steel tube handle for manual wringing

  • Zinc plated finish like the old wringer washers

  • Attaches to round galvanized tubs or square wash tubs

Product Details:
Product Weight: 15.0 pounds
Package Length: 18.9 inches
Package Width: 12.8 inches
Package Height: 4.0 inches
Package Weight: 15.2 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 37 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 37 customer reviews )
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93 of 99 found the following review helpful:

5Great Product And A MUST During a Long Term Critical Incident  Feb 06, 2011
By GhillieMan "GhillieMan"
If you have tried hand wringing wet clothes, than you know its a tough burden--and you never reallly can hand wring wet clothes out enough so they will dry in a reasonable time.

After you use this product you will think your prayers have been answered!

My wife and I tested this product before we wouild really need it during a critical incident (extended power outage, EMP strike, etc).

First of all, credits to the Amazon vendor Get Prepared Store as they had the product shipped protected and in excellent condition via UPS. The package came with minor assemblly instructions, as the only tools needed is a flat blade screw driver and plyers.

The Best Hand Clothes Wringer (BHCW) worked perfectly. BHCW ajusts to fit most washtubs--we tried both, a square washtub and an oval washtub. The wringer is fully adjustable to suit the degree of wetness (amount of water squeezed from the clothes) the operator desires. The hand crank turns relatively easy, too.

As stated above, the two (2) clamps on the bottom of BHCW pivot to accomodate most washtubs in thickness and angles--and are relative sturdy and easy to clamp down on the washtub and remove from the washtub. The clamps are designed as to not puncture the mostly flimsy wash tubs they make today.

BHCW is made sturdy and looks built to last. The rollers are made of what looks and feels like a soft-touch, but firm polyurethane material--probably to help protect more delicate clothing.

Working with the Best Hand Clothes Wringer reminded me of days gone by, watching my mother wash our clothes the old fashioned way and using a wringer of similar type.

But the "old fashioned way" may be back sooner than you think.

Are you ready?

46 of 47 found the following review helpful:

5Bought it after Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey  Nov 08, 2012
By Brian E. Roscher
When hurricane Sandy hit the NJ area, our power went out for days. As I am writing this review, I still know many people whose power is still out. We wand up having to wash our clothes by hand and having to hand wring them. It was an activity that was fun for our young kids and it gave us something constructive to do. When it came to the wringing out the clothes part, the kids fled. Wringing out the clothes was a job and a half and I still didn't do it properly as some towels took many days to dry on the clothes line. In addition, the residual detergent aggravated the skin on my hands. That is why I bought this wringer. When you think of "Made in America", you think of something that costs more but is made with real quality. This wringer exceeded my quality expectations. It is like a Sherman tank. Very solid. It looks and feels like it will still be working for many generations to come.

If you want to be prepared for a prolonged power outage and if you want to make sure you get a wringer that won't break when you need it, this is a great device to have handy. It is expensive but you won't be thinking about the money you spent if you need to use it. When I get backup devices, like this, I want great quality stuff that isn't going to break when I need it.

49 of 51 found the following review helpful:

4Here is a cheaper alternative  Aug 19, 2013
By SkyMtn
Works great but it is really expensive. I want to tell people on a budget about a possible cheaper alternative. Buy a 1 pc Replacement Winger Only for 36 Qt Mop Bucket, Yellow and put it on a 55 gallon steel drum (I got mind secondhand locally for $10). It fits perfectly! This is my emergency clothes washing system. 2 55 gallon drums side by side and one of these clothes wringers on each one. One drum for soapy water, and the other one for rinse water. Get 2 of the Mobile Washer (Hand Operated Washing Machine) and buy a long broom handle to replace the short handles. If you have two people, the clothes will get done in no time!

17 of 18 found the following review helpful:

3Good wringer, not really made to sit out side in the sun  May 04, 2013
By DanDMan
This does a good job of getting the water out of shirts and personals, but thick jeans with large buttons like button flys is a bit hard.. Also, the plastic is not really standing up to sunlight so well, had better put it away with not in use..

15 of 16 found the following review helpful:

2$185 bucks down the drain!!!  Jun 22, 2013
By Baeu Gest "Stink Stink"
The only thing this thing wrung dry was my wallet! I give it two stars because it seems well made and durable (and hopefully someone will find a use for it - as I go about trying to sell it); but I get better and quicker results by simply hand-wringing my cloths (even at its tightest setting). Plus cranking the handle is noisy (my neighbors thought I was constructing an underground tunnel - turning this crank).

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