Waterless Washing Machine


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Now this is cool. Wendy Chua, 21, and Gabriel Tan, 23, have developed an eco-friendly, waterless washing machine. Both are students at the National University of Singapore and said they were inspired by the technology in air purifiers which uses negative ions (natural cleaning agents) to clump dirt and bacteria and then suck it out. The sleek, compact design is modeled after a waterfall, a natural generator of the negative ions. The Straits Times quoted Chua as saying that “It’s not meant to replace the traditional washing machine, but it’s more a hybrid of the washing machine and the dry cleaner.”

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