Francena Wallace: i know you are happy about this not having to go to the laundromat. i know
that when i move out of my brother home i plan on getting a townhouse. i
may to invest in one of these bc idk when ill be able to get a washer and
dryer and i know this will be much cheaper
UrbanBrave: Thank you for this video, I work on an ambulance and after watching this I
have ordered my own washer :)
Bean Cube: Can this be used in car trunk so people can use the washed water washing
their cars as well?
knz9701: Wow!! This was great in helping me determine if this would be worth it..
Thanks again for the awesome review..
1lapmagic: Great review, I wanted to see someone who actually gets dirty. And holy
crap do you get dirty.
p s Urias: For grease stains, try a gel made out of Fels Naptha laundry soap and
water. Apply and let it set for a couple of hours. It will not make as many
suds as the Dawn, but will be effective.
casey suriel: there are other larger versions of this with the exact panda logo, do you
think thy are the same or dupes the ones i speak of are the 11lb and the
8lb with combo dryer, these are also panda so do you believe these products
are trust worthy and that they will work?
Eastendersfforever: I own 4 of these it is worth it, BUT only the PANDA ones there are others
those are not worth it i know because i bought 1 from and i was thinking it
looks like a panda but it was not and that company basically took pandas
name off and made a cheaper crappier brand just to make some quick cash BUT
i do recommend PANDA brand! iam a real buyer/user of the product & to tell
you 1 good thing about this is that it is way less noisier then the HAIER
portable washer which by the way i also own lol!
ItsOKtheyKnowMeHere: re: my previous post, if you were going to buy the spin dryer and the
bonnet dryer, it might be cheaper to just get a compact dryer that can be
Peter Depaola: does anyone know how to make one of these run quieter?
nvd2ceb4: Before anyone gets testy, I know this doesn't have a rinse cycle, I meant
when it's time to rinse out the dirty water it's very tedious. I have to
rinse my clothes out until the water is clean. Tedious.
peterjoy931: I've had my washer for almost one year along with the spin dryer. Both have
made my life easier, no more going to laundromats for me!!!
Kyle Harris: i love your washing machine that wather wus black
Maryanna bombard: I was thinking lestoil might work better than the dawn.
ictdude1: Im going into construction would this be any good for me?
princesstoadstool81: Ok I'm so getting one now
Kyle Harris: my mother gowing to get me one for chrismas
ItsOKtheyKnowMeHere: You might consider an electric spin dryer. I got the smaller one they sell
at laundry-alternatives website, it was around $70. I haven't used it for
jeans, and it only fits a few items at a time but it really gets them dried
down to slightly damp. For jeans you might want to invest in the larger
version. I also have a bonnet dryer, the combination is excellent. It's
similar to the 'S20' dryer at HSN, there are cheaper versions frequently on
jiggahippo: i think you need to pretreat your jeans and i bet they would come out very
nice! I have the panda/spinner and I love it!!! But i pretreat my jean,
even with oil, and they always come out very clean!
casey suriel: do you believe this is worth the money? will you recommend this?
DiCarlo1958: Thanks Stephanie, it was a good demo. When you get a chance, and if you
have the room, check out the twin tub Panda, with the small spin basket.
nvd2ceb4: I have one of these. The rinse cycle is very tedious. If you have one of
those lint catchers or in my case, panty hose, you can tie it up at the end
of the draining hose. I usually will put a rubber band around my sink
sprayer to fill up the washer but don't forget that if you need to use the
sink for something else. I purchased a spin dryer but about the fifth use
it just spins wobbly and I'm afraid it's probably broke.
Billy Heddins: Maybe a good additional test would to be to wash the same jeans in a normal
sized house washer, after you've used yours. If they come out cleaner, I'd
wonder.....Just study them closely to decide if they end up cleaner or not.
I am surprised, however, at how well this little washer worked. I still
doubt if it would be better than a plunger type washer in some five gallon
Tara Hoops: I just got one from my daughter as an early Christmas gift! Excited to try
it... Maybe add a little vinegar in the rinse, it really gets suds out (i
do this when hand washing).