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Watch How the Dezitrek Plunger Wash Bag Works: A Demo Video

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This blog post and video show how the Dezitrek Plunger Bag works. Let's see the steps of using the Dezitrek Plunger and why it's become camping gear for many!

Watch How the Dezitrek Plunger Wash Bag Works

Introduction

As a frequent traveler, you understand the struggle to keep your clothes clean while on the road. Over the years, you have probably tried multiple handwashing techniques, hotel sinks to traditional washboards. None of them seemed to work well or were a practical solution. That's why you should be excited about the Dezitrek plunger wash bag. In this article, I'll share an overview of this innovative and a step-by-step video demonstrating how it works.

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Step 1: Fill the Bag with Water

The medium-sized Dezitrek plunger wash bag comes -filled to the first water line with roughly 3 liters of water. If you need to add water, don't overfill it. Dezitrek recommends filling it to the second water line (4.5 liters) for larger loads and heavier fabrics.

Step 2: Add Detergent and Clothes

Next, add a small amount of detergent to the bag. We recommend using eco-friendly options that gentle on clothes and the . After adding the detergent, place your clothes the bag, ensuring not to overload it. The medium-sized bag can fit up to three days' worth of clothes for one person.

Step 3: Plunge and Agitate

It's time to plunging! Hold onto the stabilizing strap while plunging up and down for about 5-6 minutes. Be sure to agitate the clothes well to ensure a thorough wash. The Dezitrek plunger wash bag is designed to mimic the action of a washing machine but with much less water.

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Step 4: Drain and Rinse

Once you're finished plunging, it's time to drain the soapy water by opening the spout at the bottom of the bag and letting the water flow out into a sink or drain. Next, add clean water to the bag and agitate the clothes again for a few more minutes to rinse them thoroughly. Repeat this step until the water runs clear.

Step 5: Drain, Roll, and Seal

After rinsing, drain the water and roll the bag from the bottom to the top, gently pressing out excess water. Once rolled, seal the bag with the attached clip and hang it to dry. It's not to walk away from a loaded bag before rolling and sealing it closed first.

Conclusion

The Dezitrek plunger wash bag is an and efficient way to hand wash clothes while traveling or camping. It saves water compared to traditional handwashing methods and is easy to clean and reuse. Always follow the instructions on the bag for best results, and if you have any questions, reach out to Dezitrek's support team through their website or Facebook page.

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FAQs:

  1. How much detergent should I use in the Dezitrek plunger wash bag?
    A: We recommend using a small amount of detergent.

  2. How long should I plunge the clothes in the bag?
    A: Plunge the clothes for about 5-6 minutes.

  3. Can I overfill the bag with water?
    A: No, do not overfill the bag. It comes pre-filled to the first water line with roughly 3 liters of water.

  4. What is the stabilizing strap for?
    A: Hold the stabilizing strap while plunging to prevent the bag from moving around.

  5. How many clothes can I fit in the medium-sized bag?
    A: The medium-sized bag can fit up to three days' worth of clothes for one person.

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