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Singapore's waterless washing machine

Ryan Block, @ryan

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Kind of feels almost disingenuous to call it a "washing machine" when it doesn't use any water, but apparently two industrial design students at the National University of Singapore developed a device that uses negative-ions, compressed air, and deodorants to power out those tough stains — detergent free. Will this forever change the dry cleaning industry as we know it? Well, don't mind us for being skeptical (as usual), but we're not holding out breath. Say, speaking of dry cleaning, our intern's been sick this week — would someone mind picking ours up?

[Via The Gadget Blog, Thanks Leon]

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