Best Hand Clothes Wringer For Diy Laundry Washing
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Best Hand Clothes Wringer For Diy Laundry Washing:
This hand clothes wringer may look antique, like it was made a hundred years ago but it is brand new, yet built as tough as those made back when wringers were used regularly for hand laundry washing. This clothes wringer can remove much of the water depending on the fabric from laundry or other articles run through it making them much faster to dry. It's great for bulky items such as wringing towels and chamois. It's great for thin items too using the adjustable squeeze rollers. Use it at work, garages, car washes, motels, swimming pools, hospitals and your home. Wringing provides quicker drying to clothes, chamois, towels, bathing suits, or other items in industrial settings.
High quality construction, this hand wringer has a very rust resistant, all-steel frame, steel tube handle, and zinc plated finish. Hardwood maple bearings that hold the rollers never need oil. A single, adjustable screw applies pressure from the top to the center of a flat, tempered steel spring. Pressure is balanced over entire length of wringing roller. The wringer will attach to a stationary tub, portable tubs, round wash tubs, square wash tubs or oval wash tubs. Clamps open to maximum of size of 1 3/4". For thinner materials a wood or other type of shim is needed to fasten the clamps against.
For best success when using a hand wringer a very firm platform is required to attach the wringer to. With a stable base to work with the wringer can best be cranked and the most torque applied to run the clothing articles through. Note that it may take two times through to get the job done the best, and buttons, zippers and snaps can be problematic to get through with the wringer rollers tightened together. Using a wringer takes a good amount of work!Whether for laundry day use or wringing chamois or wringing towels and rags this is the best hand wringer available.The rollers are made of hard rubber bonded to a steel metal shaft (note the shaft is not zinc coated so it will be subject to oxidize/rust) . On the durometer hardness scale the rubber rates at a 50. Which is about twice as hard as a rubber band but not as hard as a car tire tread. The wringer's metal frame size is 15.5" wide. With the handle attached it extends to 29". The frame height is 8.5" but extends to 10.25" counting the tension screw 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.