Laundreez claims to be an new solution for washing clothes on
the go, which might be ideal for campers and caravanners. It's made from a PVC outer material with a "dry bag" style seal, and features a
soft inner mesh bag. The makers say it's ideal for washing everything from your
more delicate items right through to ground in dirt or mud on clothes from a
day out hiking or cycling.
When unused, Laundreez folds up into a small package ideal for your bag or backpack. To use the bag simply open, add clothes, washing detergent and water. Shake,
agitate or leave to soak and then remove water via the screw cap, and replace water to rinse clothes clean. The screw cap makes it easy to refill and rinse clothes without the need to completely open the bag.
The makers say it has several benefits and uses:
Perfect for holding your toiletries and wash items to prevent spillages during travels.
Save money on expensive local laundry services.
Uses less water than traditional washing solutions, helping the
Keep your valuable items, such as phones, dry when your at the beach, by
the pool or out on a boat.
Take Laundreez to the beach as a convenient way to transport wet swimming
costumes back to the hotel.
As Laundreez is water-proof, it's ideal as a cool bag. Fill the bag with
ice and drinks of your choice.
We've not tested all these claims, but it sounds like a nice idea, so we'd love to hear what you think in the comments below, especially if you've used the Laundreez yourself whilst out and about.
in theory the idea seems a nice one, but in reality i can't see how it would make clothes washing any easier/quicker than me washing our camping laundry in a bucket or trug...it would still take just as long to wash the clothes and rinse them afterwards...
Quote: Originally posted by jackie cassell on 23/4/2016
Looks good but how much does it cost, didn't cover the price is it expensive
£24.95, it does look good but then so does an ashtray on a motorbike.
Love one of the reviews, I use it for my iphone at the beach.
Post last edited on 23/04/2016 12:59:21
I designed and produced the Laundreez so I could pack it in my suitcase and keep my hands dry when 'hand washing' and with two I can do several 'loads' at one time. I could pack rubber gloves but the bucket was the deal breaker.
Good thing, there are many ways to wash clothes depending on your situation. My favorite with large loads when I am at home - my washing machine.
Thanks for taking a look at the product.