A new product designed for its social good uses the principles of a salad spinner to make less back-breaking and time-consuming the work of washing clothes for millions of people in poverty.
The patent-pending GiraDora is a human-powered washer and spin dryer that increases the efficiency and improve the experience of hand-washing clothes.
The user sits on top of the drum and pumps a pedal with their foot, which agitates, cleans, rinses, then spins-dries the dirty laundry.
While providing a more comfortable, ergonomic, and efficient way to clean clothes, it also affords opportunities to generate income by investing in a model for under $40, and doing laundry for others.
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