Clean Living

Now you can hand wash your clothes without getting your hands wet. Introducing a new way to get your laundry clean that requires zero electricity, as well as less water and detergent than traditional machines. It’s called The Laundry POD and it's engineered to fit under the sink and into your life. This portable, environmentally friendly washtub works like a salad spinner—only it’s for clothes. Convenient for tight spaces like dorm rooms and city apartments, the Laundry POD lets you do a small load of wash quickly, quietly, and energy efficiently. When you’re done for the day, just pack it away.

The Laundry POD

Portable Washing Machine

Clean Living

Now you can hand wash your clothes without getting your hands wet. Introducing a new way to get your laundry clean that requires zero electricity, as well as less water and detergent than traditional machines. It’s called The Laundry POD and it's engineered to fit under the sink and into your life. This portable, environmentally friendly washtub works like a salad spinner—only it’s for clothes. Convenient for tight spaces like dorm rooms and city apartments, the Laundry POD lets you do a small load of wash quickly, quietly, and energy efficiently. When you’re done for the day, just pack it away.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rachel
    Rachel

    Hi Everyone! Save money, save time and clean your small loads and delicates more efficiently with The Laundry POD. Simple to use, and easy to store - The Laundry POD is perfect for apartments, dorms, RVs, Boats or even Camping in the great outdoors. Portable and eco-friendly, The Laundry POD is a hand-crank washer that uses less than 5 gallons of water per wash, and Zero electricity.

  • Casey
    Casey
    8/19/2013 12:05 PM

    Hi Rachel!

    Have you tested this with cloth diapers?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 12:58 PM

    Hi Casey,

    This is a great question. I think that Rachel will be the best person to answer this and will let her chime in shortly. Thanks again.

  • Rachel
    Rachel – Special Guest
    8/19/2013 1:37 PM

    @Amy That's a great question. Until we test this, we cannot recommend it for that use. Luckily, one of the employees here is expecting a baby within the next week and he has volunteered to test it for us. We will keep you posted on the results.

  • Andrea
    Andrea
    8/19/2013 1:00 PM

    Sorry, but a few mesh bags are a lot less expensive and allow me to put my delicates in with any permanent press or delicate load, I'm not using any extra water or power, and don't have yet another gadget to store somewhere. I put my delicates in the dryer with the rest of the load but take them out after a few minutes to get the wrinkles out and then hang them to dry.

  • Rachel
    Rachel – Special Guest
    8/19/2013 2:03 PM

    @Andrea You're right about mesh bags and delicate cycles but - there are many city dwellers who do not have access to laundry in building and find that it's helpful to be able to do small loads without having to walk up/downstairs and blocks away to the laundromat. I live in a third-floor walkup myself so I love having an alternative to my laundromat (which often closes before I get home from work!).

    The Laundry POD is also great for RVing or camping and for taking places where you can't have a conventional washing machine.

  • Christine
    Christine
    8/19/2013 2:33 PM

    I purchased a similar gizmo from ebay about two years ago. I had to empty the device in order to rinse. Does yours work similarly? Unfortunately, the one I purchased was ineffective at spinning the water out. Does yours work more efficiently at this process?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 6:53 PM

    Hi Christine,

    Thanks - your question will not go unanswered. I've asked Rachel this question about emptying to rinse and we will get back to you shortly. We've had several testers and they have all praised the efficiency of this Grommet.

  • rima
    rima
    8/19/2013 2:35 PM

    *This post has been removed to comply with The Grommet's policies on the comment board*

  • Amy
    Amy
    8/19/2013 5:33 PM

    Two years ago, I lived in an apartment that didn't have laundry facilities. I had to go to a laundromat two miles away to do laundry, and I had my clothes from my laundry stolen once. I started washing my clothes by hand, then I discovered that I could do the task more efficiently in my salad spinner. I now live in a house with a washer and dryer, but I would consider buying a POD to save energy and water. If I can wash clothes in a salad spinner, I am sure that I can wash clothes in a POD!

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 6:54 PM

    Yes, Amy and a POD would be even more efficient than the salad spinner - can't wait for you to try it out.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

The Laundry POD

Portable Washing Machine

Clean Living

Now you can hand wash your clothes without getting your hands wet. Introducing a new way to get your laundry clean that requires zero electricity, as well as less water and detergent than traditional machines. It’s called The Laundry POD and it's engineered to fit under the sink and into your life.

This portable, environmentally
friendly washtub works like a salad spinner—only it’s for clothes. Convenient for tight spaces like dorm rooms and city apartments, the Laundry POD lets you do a small load of wash quickly, quietly, and energy efficiently. When you’re done for the day, just pack it away. Read More Read Less
The Laundry POD - environmentally friendly washer
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Rachel
    Rachel

    Hi Everyone! Save money, save time and clean your small loads and delicates more efficiently with The Laundry POD. Simple to use, and easy to store - The Laundry POD is perfect for apartments, dorms, RVs, Boats or even Camping in the great outdoors. Portable and eco-friendly, The Laundry POD is a hand-crank washer that uses less than 5 gallons of water per wash, and Zero electricity.

  • Casey
    Casey
    8/19/2013 12:05 PM

    Hi Rachel!

    Have you tested this with cloth diapers?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 12:58 PM

    Hi Casey,

    This is a great question. I think that Rachel will be the best person to answer this and will let her chime in shortly. Thanks again.

  • Rachel
    Rachel – Special Guest
    8/19/2013 1:37 PM

    @Amy That's a great question. Until we test this, we cannot recommend it for that use. Luckily, one of the employees here is expecting a baby within the next week and he has volunteered to test it for us. We will keep you posted on the results.

  • Andrea
    Andrea
    8/19/2013 1:00 PM

    Sorry, but a few mesh bags are a lot less expensive and allow me to put my delicates in with any permanent press or delicate load, I'm not using any extra water or power, and don't have yet another gadget to store somewhere. I put my delicates in the dryer with the rest of the load but take them out after a few minutes to get the wrinkles out and then hang them to dry.

  • Rachel
    Rachel – Special Guest
    8/19/2013 2:03 PM

    @Andrea You're right about mesh bags and delicate cycles but - there are many city dwellers who do not have access to laundry in building and find that it's helpful to be able to do small loads without having to walk up/downstairs and blocks away to the laundromat. I live in a third-floor walkup myself so I love having an alternative to my laundromat (which often closes before I get home from work!).

    The Laundry POD is also great for RVing or camping and for taking places where you can't have a conventional washing machine.

  • Christine
    Christine
    8/19/2013 2:33 PM

    I purchased a similar gizmo from ebay about two years ago. I had to empty the device in order to rinse. Does yours work similarly? Unfortunately, the one I purchased was ineffective at spinning the water out. Does yours work more efficiently at this process?

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 6:53 PM

    Hi Christine,

    Thanks - your question will not go unanswered. I've asked Rachel this question about emptying to rinse and we will get back to you shortly. We've had several testers and they have all praised the efficiency of this Grommet.

  • rima
    rima
    8/19/2013 2:35 PM

    *This post has been removed to comply with The Grommet's policies on the comment board*

  • Amy
    Amy
    8/19/2013 5:33 PM

    Two years ago, I lived in an apartment that didn't have laundry facilities. I had to go to a laundromat two miles away to do laundry, and I had my clothes from my laundry stolen once. I started washing my clothes by hand, then I discovered that I could do the task more efficiently in my salad spinner. I now live in a house with a washer and dryer, but I would consider buying a POD to save energy and water. If I can wash clothes in a salad spinner, I am sure that I can wash clothes in a POD!

  • Amy
    Amy – Grommet Team
    8/19/2013 6:54 PM

    Yes, Amy and a POD would be even more efficient than the salad spinner - can't wait for you to try it out.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.