school girl Remya awesome invention: Washing + Exercise Machine Works without Electricity

Indian high school girl Remya awesome invention: Washing + Exercise Machine

Remya, a high school girl from Kerala was forced to do laundry when her mother fell sick. Out of her dislike to wash clothes by hand, Remya invented a pedal-powered washing machine at the age of 14.

school girl Remya awesome invention: Washing + Exercise Machine Works without Electricity
school girl Remya awesome invention: Washing + Exercise Machine Works without Electricity 

The machine, which looks like the exercise-cycle which we see in a gymnasium, consists of an aluminium cabin containing a horizontal cylinder made of iron net. The cylinder is connected to a pedaling system that consists of a cycle chain, pedals and a seat. Clothes are put in the cylinder, the cabin is filled with water, detergent is added and is left to soak for some time. Pedal it for three to four minutes after that and you are done! The cylinder rotates at a very high speed with the clothes inside, cleaning them thoroughly. Soap water drains out, the barrel is refilled and the process repeated. By pedaling, the clothes also become about 80% dry. The Invention has many advantages. It doesn’t require electricity to work, it is hugely affordable and moreover, it replaces your exercise machine.

Here is the Video Demonstration on how it works

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