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Post# 861932   1/15/2016 at 03:46 (552 days old) by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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Post# 861935 , Reply# 1   1/15/2016 at 04:12 (552 days old) by washer111 ()        
Sounds too good to be True

Ultrasonic humidifiers: Yes, they work.

Ultrasonic cleaning? I imagine that would have to be quite powerful to achieve anything, if its not snake oil to begin with.

Much as Consumer Reports (and others) aren't held to the highest regards in these parts, I'd like to see them test this device and see what, if any, effect it has on cleaning clothes. Me thinks water would be just as *cough* useless *cough* as this.


Post# 862002 , Reply# 2   1/15/2016 at 09:57 (552 days old) by Iheartmaytag (Wichita, Kansas)        

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I smell horse pucky.

 

I think this is just an excuse to have some item that vibrates in her hand bag.

 


Post# 862022 , Reply# 3   1/15/2016 at 11:46 (552 days old) by kb0nes (Burnsville, MN)        

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I'd love to know how many watts this device is. If it were 20-50 it may do something, but due to size it may well be less.

I also question the efficacy of ultrasonic cleaning of soft items like textiles. Generally I always thought that ultrasonic cleaning works best when the pressure waves get to impinge on a hard surface. If the clothing just floats about and moves with the waves the cleaning action may be reduced.


Post# 862025 , Reply# 4   1/15/2016 at 12:21 (552 days old) by mrb627 (Buford, GA)        
Don't Bother Mommie...

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She is doing the laundry again... LOL!



Post# 862033 , Reply# 5   1/15/2016 at 13:33 (551 days old) by Iheartmaytag (Wichita, Kansas)        
I can't resist.

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Oh--OH GOD,  YES, YES, Wash that laundry, wash it, wash that dirty laundry.  Ohh

 

Ok, I'll be good before this gets moved to Dirty Laundry, that will, of course, have to be WASHED.  


Post# 862055 , Reply# 6   1/15/2016 at 15:39 (551 days old) by thomasortega (Los Angeles - CA)        

ROFL


Where can I buy it?


Post# 862447 , Reply# 7   1/17/2016 at 21:39 (549 days old) by Practigal (Los Angeles)        
Hmmm

It may well work for amount of smelly clothing that will fit in a bathroom sink,...it might be the answer to the technical fabrics smell problem. I can't imagine it would be effective against real dirt.

Post# 862454 , Reply# 8   1/17/2016 at 22:44 (549 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        

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Soaking in detergent-water solution for 30 minutes probably does the lion's share of the soil removal.


Post# 862455 , Reply# 9   1/17/2016 at 22:51 (549 days old) by GELaundry4ever (Killeen tx USA)        
Piece of junk!

This is the biggest piece of crap I have ever seen! No way will that thing ever clean dishes! I want jets of water to hit my dishes and get the crusties off of them!

Post# 862467 , Reply# 10   1/18/2016 at 02:05 (549 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

So its an "ultrasonic" cleaner!With KB0nes here-the fabric will just absorb and dissapate the ultrasound as Heat-not useful cleaning power.Ultrasound has been tried before for laundry and its useless.Ultrasound is fine for small,hard objects like jewery,small parts,cartridge cases,and gemstones.However some delicate gemstones such as opal can be damaged by ultrasonic cleaners-that one is the exception.Used to have a largew vacuumed tubed ultrasonic cleaner-did a great job of cleaning stone slabs after they were cut from the slab saw.And again after the slabs were cut to "cabbing" rough.Sadly the device burned out.Its tube shorted-burning up the transformer.

Post# 864894 , Reply# 11   1/31/2016 at 09:38 (536 days old) by Frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

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A transformer of some sort undoubtedly steps this down to a much lower voltage, but seeing a submerged cord revives the trauma experienced when, as a tyke, I dropped my dad's plugged-in Remington shaver into the bathroom sink.





Post# 864898 , Reply# 12   1/31/2016 at 09:46 (536 days old) by brucelucenta (tulsa, oklahoma)        

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Uh huh, sure...

Post# 864924 , Reply# 13   1/31/2016 at 12:28 (536 days old) by Yogitunes (New Jersey)        

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couldn't you just drop your battery powered toothbrush in there?....

at least it has oscillation/vibration and a brushing action!


Post# 864939 , Reply# 14   1/31/2016 at 14:26 (535 days old) by thomasortega (Los Angeles - CA)        

Don't give ideas... It's Oral-B, not Anal-B.

Post# 865147 , Reply# 15   2/2/2016 at 06:06 (534 days old) by delaneymeegan (Mary Richards lived here)        

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It's intriguing.

 

What happens if one puts 4 of these devices in the sink?  Would it clean in less time? Or short out?

 

Still, the idea that one could 'do the wash' with a simple device like this, plus a spin-dryer, has an appeal.

 

I just hope I don't have to be a big breasted Swiss person in order for this work. 

 

Apparently, no firm date to get delivery of item......

The website simply has an amply breasted women spinning around on a beach and smiling.  Apparently she's been locked in cage all her life and was recently freed.



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