No More Hand Wringing! Avalon Bay EcoSpin Full Test & How To video!

hi everybody welcome to home set taffy this times we use Avalon Bay eco wash we
always had to hand ring our clothing well now Avalon Bay came out with the
Eco spin and so we can put our clothes and not have to hand ring them anymore
we’re going to put our clothes in the oven Leon have a non bay eco spin so
we’re gonna put it right into this we don’t need to hand ring or clothing
anymore this would be great if you wouldn’t
wanted to do it in your bathtub all right so now we have the Avalon Bay eco
spin so let’s get the eco spin a try okay we set the groups together just
like that it has a house just like the other time let’s give it a spin
I’m gonna try to put my arms away that you don’t that you can see what I’m
doing okay it’s very easy it’s like a really big salad spinner here we go it’s
actually really fun this is the first time using my eco spin Wow it spins it
goes really dry I’m gonna be using this a lot in the water just comes out Wow Wow the clothes are so dry it’s amazing
to do a little more and I’ll show you what it looks like when I’m finished I’d
like to thank the wonderful folks at Avalon Bay for their eco wash and for
their eco spin because this homesteader is happy with their products and I’m
going to show you how nice and clean and how dry everything looks to you how we
dry our clothes totally off-grid again for watching and we’ll see you guys
tomorrow bye I am a close up in the dead of winter to dry I got this clothes rack
for $12 of clearance on Walmart and I really like it and I think it’s great so there you go you got to witness
firsthand how to do laundry in the total winter off-grid and hope you liked this video thanks
everyone for stopping by and we’ll see you guys tomorrow bye I just wanna say thank you so much for
watching my videos if you like this video could you do me a favor could you
share it thanks again and we’ll see you guys tomorrow bye

71 thoughts on “No More Hand Wringing! Avalon Bay EcoSpin Full Test & How To video!

  1. Tessie get your husband to build you some sort of a stand that the spinner will set down in and it won't move around. Love both products.

  2. That is awesome ! I have a Spin Mop Bucket that works on the same principal . I actually ordered it to spin dry laundry, but your Eco Spin holds more clothes. I will check it out. Thanks Tessie !

  3. Great product & demo! To help the spinner stay in place better when in use, you can buy a roll of rubber drawer liners (at the Dollar Tree), or use rubber carpet liner on your counter to help stabilize the spinner.

  4. That's so neat. Will it stand up to heavy things like jeans. Do you go to a laundry mat for bedding and such

  5. Under $200 for the set. I love it !! Everywhere ya look, why are the dryers more money than the washers 😁

  6. That would be great for cloth baby dippers. Thanks Tesse 😍

  7. That product works really well! No more sore hands from wringing out clothes…a major plus.

  8. Tessie, why don't you get one of those textured mats to put your Eco spinner on. It should keep it from sliding while you're spinning out your clothes.

  9. Leave it to Tessie to make yet another ordinary task a fun one – you have so much JOY – thanks for sharing it along with your nice new products. πŸ™‚

  10. That is awesome Tessie 😊 just love it thank you for sharing great video πŸ˜πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  11. I think the spinner could be used outside to water plants or hose down something. Great video. Love ya, lil sis!

  12. That was amazing to see how dry the clothes came out of the spinner. That drying rack is ideal for winter time. Thanks for sharing the washing and drying process you use.

  13. Morning Sis!! I think the only thing I think would make it better is if the base had the same rubber bottom as the washer so it didn't slide around. You could get a faster spin that way!. Great products and you did an amazing review!! Love you Sis πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

  14. Looks like a lot of fun doing I am going to look into these products I hang dry a lot as well Great demo……Love……..

  15. Oh. I love that it'll be a huge help for you.
    I love you honeyπŸ€—πŸ˜ŠπŸ’–

  16. This is so neat. I have never heard of anything like this. I love your personality.

  17. Wow! I am impressed with the Avalon! Maybe a type of silicon mat or feet could be attached to the bottom of the spinner dryer to keep it in place. What a great set for campers too!! Great review.

  18. Hand-wringing clothes is so hard!! I would always save that job for the Boy to do. lol That's a handy little gadget to have!! I'm so happy for you that they sponsored you for this! Yay!!

  19. I must say I really enjoyed the fact that the beginning and end video are of you showing your feather baby! I love Rosters and Chickens but don't have any right now. I thought this really did a great job of showing how that Ecospin works for someone doing all their own laundry, I'm hoping to get one for myself if I'm serious and dedicated to my new choice of hand washing.

  20. Now THAT'S a full load you dried in there. Been watching videos and some folks are only putting 2 or 3 small items in it to show how it dries so, thanks for a good demo. I'm excited to get mine now. Just won a bid at Ebay so, Yay! I'll be spinning in no time.

  21. I've used a regular salad spinner for all my clothes since 2012. Except, I can only put in 2-3 pieces at a time. But, it works. Thinking about getting one of these now. Good video.

  22. I know you washed your clothes in the Eco wash and spun them in the Eco spin but supposedly you could also wash them in the Eco spin so I'm just curious how well they would wash in the Eco spin compared to the Eco wash could you tell me that?

  23. I'm very heavy handed however I will tear that up quickly. I brought myself a giant size salad spinner for under 100.00 dollars that will last a life time. It can take blankets in it fine. Looking for a plug so I can wash as well. I'm going to try rugs next. I'm a gadget type of person and always finding ways to save. Also old fashion.

  24. That is just the thing for a lot people would want I like it love you girl.

  25. Tessie what a cool thingy. I'd be interested in buying one. Good for small loads.

  26. I just found these at savation army for 15 bucks. I needed a how to video and stumbled on this. Thanks for sharing! ( I thought it was fun too! )

  27. Good idea Tessie. Many years ago I got tired washing so many carrots, so I washed them in the washing machine. Did a good job!
    Grandma Sue in central Indiana and Izzi Too

  28. I think this is misleading. You still needed to wring the last piece of clothing you pulled out from the ecowash gadget.

  29. How do you iron clothes after they dry when off grid? Do they make 12v cigarette lighter iron for clothing? Thx

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