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WATCH: This Mini Washing Machine Works Without Electricity

Just imagine how much energy you'll save with this wonder!

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With so many bills to pay, we've become more mindful of expenses and energy consumption at home. Aside from opting for LED lights and energy-efficient appliances, we've also learned how to schedule our chores accordingly so that we can save on electricity. Washing clothes is one of the most tedious chores that involves working with a washing machine and a dryer. What if you can have a washing machine that doesn't require electricity at all?

Drumi, an eco-friendly and portable washine machine, is a foot-pedal powered must-have that works with the help of your own force! It uses 80 percent less detergent and water compared to a standard washing machine as well. Fascinating isn't it? Watch the video to see how it works:

Photo from Yirego.

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