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The Laundry Alternative
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Top Load
Color
White
Capacity
2.26 Kilograms
Standard Cycles
1
Human Interface Input
Unknown
Item Weight
5.5 Pounds
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  • PORTABLE: Wire-free MINI washer is perfect for travel, camping, or an apartment. This washer is intended to clean small items in under 2 minutes. Each load of laundry can clean up to one large bath towel and has a 5-pound capacity
  • ECO-FRIENDLY: Manual crank operation uses no electricity and 90% less water than the standard machine, which reduces your footprint on the environment. Please note that this product does NOT have a spin dry cycle
  • GENTLER ON CLOTHES: Best washer for woolens, silks, knits, cashmere, and other delicate garments. It does not have an agitator that can snag your clothes, making your favorite items last you longer
  • HOW TO USE: Put the lid on and turn clockwise to fasten. While holding the lid firmly in place, push the lever down. A tight seal is necessary to prevent leaking. The suction cups are meant as an aid and do not prevent against 100% of movement
  • TRUST THE LAUNDRY ALTERNATIVE: We stand by our products. Every item comes with a 3-year, comprehensive warranty

The WonderWash

About the revolutionary WonderWash

A hand-powered, portable washer that can clean your clothes in a flash, the WonderWash is the next generation in green, cleaner laundry alternatives. And thanks to its compact design, it’s an ideal laundry solution for apartments, campers, single people, RV’s, mobile homes, cabins, and anyone who frequently washes small loads.

The greenest way to clean your clothes.

If you’re looking for a highly portable, hand operated washing machine that’s economical, compact and leaves your clothes sparkling clean, Then the amazing WonderWash is just what you need.

Weighing in at under 6 lbs., pound for pound this hand crank washing machine has a much larger capacity than anything else on the market, when you consider electric washers can weigh up to 50 lbs. and take up much more space.

  • Cleans laundry in 1 to 2 minutes
  • Pays for itself within 2 months
  • Fully portable, no hookup required
  • Gentler on clothes. Ideal for delicates
  • Brand new, patent-pending lid snaps on and off in one motion

The gentler way to clean clothes

The WonderWash’s design means it’s much gentler on clothes, and unlike some electric mini washers, does not have an agitator that can snag, tear and rip your clothes. As a result your favorite wardrobe items will retain their look and feel – and last you longer.

Designed to last

With no motor or internal moving parts, The WonderWash is built to last much longer than electric washing machines that are developed for markets with extreme price competition and low labor costs. Plus, over the years we have introduced a range of functional and mechanical improvements to maximize the machine’s life cycle.

Why pay more to go Green?

The WonderWash is great value and not prohibitively priced. Which is how it should be, seeing as you’ll be doing the right thing and reducing your footprint on the environment. This hand-powered washing machine uses 90% less water than regular washing machines.

Compact Design

Dimensions: 12″ x 12″ x 16″.

Washing capacity: 7-8 dress shirts/ 10 T-shirts/ 2 pairs of jeans.

Easy to use

Brand new, patent-pending lid snaps on and off in one motion.

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Kiris
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Impressive across the board
Reviewed in the United States on June 25, 2017
Holy wonderful washing unit! I really cannot tell you how impressed I am, but I am sure going to try. I''ve had the Wonderwash for about a week now and I''ve done laundry every other day. It''s so quick and easy that I start it while waiting for my coffee to brew,... See more
Holy wonderful washing unit! I really cannot tell you how impressed I am, but I am sure going to try.

I''ve had the Wonderwash for about a week now and I''ve done laundry every other day. It''s so quick and easy that I start it while waiting for my coffee to brew, let it drain while I make breakfast, do a rinse run while my eggs finish cooking, plate up my food while it drains, rinse one more time, and eat my meal while it drains the final time. It doesn''t even need that final rinse, I''m just picky.

It is absolutely perfect for my scrubs. I can wash and hang a couple of uniforms every couple of days and never run out again. No more waiting for the laundry room in my apartment to have a free machine.

I''ve converted a closet into a make shift drying area with dollarstore plastic drop cloth, clothesline, and clothespins.

This machine has successfully washed scrubs, delicate, jeans, workout clothes, towels, sheets, and tonight I ran my tennis shoes through it! The absolute success of it, across the board, has me writing this review while it drains.

The machine is almost entirely plastic so it is super light weight. It snaps together easily for use. It uses very little water and detergent. Best of all, it really cleans.

When not in use, I wipe the drum dry and stash it in the same closet I use to hang clothes. This is a must have for travel nurses. No more hunting for open laundromats at 2am, or checking the facilities machines every hour hoping to get some laundry done.

I see this being great for camping too. I can''t wait to take it on a trip. For now, it certainly sees enough use. Love love love this.

TIPS AND TRICKS (Because I can find a dozen reviews and very little advice)

°Add water and soap before clothes.
Keep a hand towel nearby for inevitable dribbles.

°If using hot water, pressure builds up (that''s a feature, not a bug!) and sometimes the lid will start to leak. After a few turns, release the lid, lock it back down, and keep going. You may have to do this a couple times based upon how hot the water is.

°This is where that hand towel comes in. Give the drum a quick wipe to reduce splatter.

°Use a permanent marker to indicate the grooves on the drainage tube (see picture). This saves you the messy fumble of trying to line it up while water leaks everywhere.

°Use less water to rinse than you did to wash. The clothes are already wet, and too much water causes the unit to wobble and thud loudly when it is turned. I have found that my rinse cycles take about half the water of my wash cycle.

°Wash with hot and rinse with cold to save the "lid dribbles" when you don''t need them!
I rinse twice. After my wash, I add a spoonful of fabric softener to the first rinse, and plain water to my second. My clothes smell fantastic.

°If you are line or coat-hanger-drying indoors, set up a fan to decrease your drying time exponentially. Also, it makes the whole room smell like clean laundry which is awesome!

°Worried you''re not rinsing out all the soap? With dry hands, rub your washed clothes between your fingers and then rub your fingers together. If they feel slippery rather than just wet, rinse again. And stop using so much soap, jeez.

Hope that helps.
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Sharon Griffin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
How to Maximize Cleaning
Reviewed in the United States on December 27, 2016
Both the good and bad reviews of this little washer are correct. It depends on how you use it. If you spin it slowly so the clothes drop from top to bottom each revolution, the clothes are slammed down through the hot soapy water 60 times per minute. So two... See more
Both the good and bad reviews of this little washer are correct. It depends on how you use it.

If you spin it slowly so the clothes drop from top to bottom each revolution, the clothes are slammed down through the hot soapy water 60 times per minute. So two minutes of cranking slams them through the water 120 times and they come out sparkling clean.

If you spin it faster, centrifugal force keeps the clothes at one end of the washer, and you end up with wet, dirty clothes.

I love mine!
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Dave C.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not the best, not the worst.
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
I feel compelled to write an honest review given how people rave about this thing. After a few months of use here are my findings. 1. Economic feasibility: To make this thing useful I also had to buy a spin dryer, drying rack, and a fabric steamer. 40 bucks... See more
I feel compelled to write an honest review given how people rave about this thing. After a few months of use here are my findings.

1. Economic feasibility: To make this thing useful I also had to buy a spin dryer, drying rack, and a fabric steamer. 40 bucks quickly turned into 200.

2. Load size: I''m lucky if I get two days of clothes in here. As a single guy I''m looking at 3-4 loads a week. Forget about it for a couple or family, and forget trying to wash blankets. (Sheets and pillow cases work ok).

3. Timing: A selling point they use is you can do a load in 2 minutes. Let me tell you I have to rinse twice to get my clothes clean. Then add in ringing them out, hanging them, etc. My usual time with this thing is 30 minutes twice a week.

4. Overall quality points: The base is wobbly and this thing leaks from multiple places, you will either need to put down a towel or use this inside your shower. The drain hose pops off with even minimal pressure which results in a good amount of water flowing underneath the unit and all over whatever surface you have this set up on.

Overall, I''m glad I''m not spending time at the awful dirty laundromat anymore and I hated that place so much I''d rather wash my clothes in a river. This little device is a savior, but not the holy grail so many made it out to be.
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JW
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
bringing peace, love, and eco-friendly clean clothes to a home near you
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2016
Living in an apartment without access to laundry facilities (except the laundromat, of course) kinda sucks. I would throw this sucker in my tub and do my laundry there. Some people complain about leaks when you insert the drain tube; put it in the tub--then you don''t... See more
Living in an apartment without access to laundry facilities (except the laundromat, of course) kinda sucks. I would throw this sucker in my tub and do my laundry there. Some people complain about leaks when you insert the drain tube; put it in the tub--then you don''t care. I used this guy for around a year before I moved. Just hang your stuff from your shower curtain rod and you''re golden. It''s a huge time saver and I loved being able to do laundry when I had time (like at midnight) and not just when the laundromat was open.

People ask, "does it get your clothes clean, though?" Weirdly, it does. I always used cold water because I just prefer cold water for washing clothes. I never had any issues with getting stuff clean.

The next question they always ask is, "ok, but how much stuff can you actually put in there?" A LOT, actually. Think of a regular-sized washing machine. It''s about half of that capacity. I could put any one of the following in the machine as a full load:
* 4-5 pair of jeans
* 7-8 regular-weight tops (not like sweaters)
* a week of socks, bras, and underwear
* 10 pair of PJs

I''m a plus-sized woman, so it''s not like the clothes are Tinkerbell-sized.

I used the machine with and without the spin dryer that LA also sells. You can totally use this machine without the dryer. If you''re on the fence, just buy the washer and think about it for a while. But I''ll tell you this: if you get both, you won''t regret it. Get the pink Ninja one and you will be happy, happy, happy.
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Kamiren Jane
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
straight forward and wonderful product
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2017
We use this product on a daily basis along with another Laundry Alternative product the Nina Spin Dryer. Both products work great and seamlessly together. Tips when using the Wonderwash is to use 2 tbsp of Tide powder and 1 tbsp of Oxi Clean per full load along with to... See more
We use this product on a daily basis along with another Laundry Alternative product the Nina Spin Dryer. Both products work great and seamlessly together. Tips when using the Wonderwash is to use 2 tbsp of Tide powder and 1 tbsp of Oxi Clean per full load along with to pitchers full of HOT water this machine works via steam pressure. We spin the washer several times, wait thirty minutes to soak, spin again several times, empty and repeat twice with detergent once without. Our clothes are very clean everything from my husband''s work pants to dirty cloth diapers. This is so much easier for me as a pregnant woman than the ole plunger bucket method and it is much more effective in cleaning our clothes thoroughly. One full load is roughly 3 towels, 2 men''s pants, and 4 shirts.
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LauraD
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
LOVED IT AT FIRST. NOW I HATE IT.
Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2018
UPDATE: The handle broke after 2 weeks and multiple attempts to get a replacement failed. No response from the company at all. This sucker''s going in the trash. After switching to a plunger and bucket, I''m very pleased and won''t be dependent on unresponsive... See more
UPDATE: The handle broke after 2 weeks and multiple attempts to get a replacement failed. No response from the company at all. This sucker''s going in the trash.

After switching to a plunger and bucket, I''m very pleased and won''t be dependent on unresponsive customer service to replace crappy plastic parts.

ORIGINAL REVIEW: I moved into a house that needs some remodeling and am partially "camping out" during the day and sleeping inside at night during the remodel. I usually wash a small load every day. THIS TAKES 15 MINUTES AT MOST. Put the clothes in with a dab of soap. The kids crank 120 times. Empty, rinse, rinse. Dry in Nina spinner and put the clothes out to dry.

My only concern is that it''s lightweight and plastic. I almost want to pre-order replacement parts "just in case," but I''m still in chaos from the move and may or may not get to it.
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Justmom
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wonder Wash + vinegar = wonderful!!
Reviewed in the United States on March 11, 2016
I purchased this washer because I have grown tired of doing laundry in the coin washers in our building because they did a poor job of cleaning my clothes and the Wonder Wash has been wonderful. With two of us in the household we find that doing a load in the Wonder Wash... See more
I purchased this washer because I have grown tired of doing laundry in the coin washers in our building because they did a poor job of cleaning my clothes and the Wonder Wash has been wonderful. With two of us in the household we find that doing a load in the Wonder Wash every evening allows us to keep up with laundry. Some complain that this washer doesn''t get odors out, but I have not had that problem. This may be because I use about 2 tablespoons of white vinegar in the wash, crank about 20 times, soak maybe 5 minutes, crank another 20 times and drain, then rinse once with clear water with about 20 cranks, them rinse again with 2 more tablespoons of white vinegar added to the second rinse because it does a nice job as a natural fabric softener. I squeeze as much water out of each item as possible and then lay the items out on a towel and roll the towel up. With this technique our clothes smell perfectly fresh and dry on the line overnight. I highly recommend this washer. I think the vinegar and the soak are key.
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Amazon Customer
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
You want to read this review! It’s long, but informative!
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2018
I wanted to go a little greener with our laundry so I spent weeks looking up plans to build a pedal drivin washing machine, when I came across the Wonder Wash. For $50, I figured what’s the worst that could happen?? I’ve been using mine a little while now, I’ll give brief... See more
I wanted to go a little greener with our laundry so I spent weeks looking up plans to build a pedal drivin washing machine, when I came across the Wonder Wash. For $50, I figured what’s the worst that could happen?? I’ve been using mine a little while now, I’ll give brief overview and then some details you need to know, followed by how I use mine.

The size is nice, compact enough to stay on the counter, I enclosed a photo of it on my counter.

The drum is decent enough, the tape going around the seam is cheap *more on that further down. The lid locks on and seals really well. The drain works, but does leak *more on the drain further down. The frame is a little on the flimsy side, the little lock things they send to put in the peg holes fall out *more on those further down, the suction cups work for me if the counter is dry...if the counter is wet, the washer can still slide around, even with the suction cups still stuck...*more on most of this further down, lol. And why anyone is complaining about the instructions, it’s common sense people.

This section is how I do my laundry in the Wonder Wash, it includes details you need to know. I start by soaking my clothes in the sink for 20 minutes. We have a lawn service in Florida, so we stink when we come home. Clothes are sweaty and dirty. I have a Sterilite brand tote that fits in my sink almost perfectly that I use for soaking. I add 2 squirts of BIZ enzyme laundry additive *pictured in the Mrs.Myers bottle, & 2 squirts of Norwex laundry detergent ( I usually use Persil or Tide, they’re the best at cleaning grimy laundry, but I had some liquid Norwex I needed to use and it works good as well, just too expensive) into the Sterilite tote in the sink. I use my measuring jug, *pictured, to add 6 qts of warm water to my soaking tote AFTER the laundry soap so it mixes well. I place the clothes I want to wash into the soak tote, making sure to not add too many clothes. I add enough to generally fill the tote to the water line, but I make sure the clothes aren’t jammed in there, they need some wiggle room *pictured. Soak for 20 minutes, by then the water is usually nasty. I take the clothes from the soak tote one at a time slightly wringing them so they don’t drip too much & add them to the Wonder Wash. I then pour the water from the soak tote into the measuring jug, & into the washer CAREFULLY as to not spill it everywhere. Put the lid on the Wonder Wash, then I give it 180 full revolutions (I switch off arms every 30 turns) at a speed slightly faster than one revolution per second. I make sure I have an absorbent cloth under where the drain attaches, and attach the drain, it will likely leak some. I found attaching the drain to be much easier once I drew Sharpie lines on the outside of the drain marking the pegs on the inside. I then take the lid off, reach inside to the bottom and hold the clothes back so they aren’t blocking the drain. Once the water is drained, I pull the clothes out one at a time and wring them again, leaving them in the sink. I get my measuring jug again, add 2 tbsp of vinegar (to avoid detergent build up) and 1tsp of Scentsy Washer Whiffs (amazeballs & I’m a consultant), then I fill the jug to 3qts with warm water, add to the Wonder Washer and add another 3qts of warm, plain water to the Wonder Washer. At this point, you could use fabric softener, but I prefer not to because it leaves a residue on clothing leading to more grime attraction. Next, I put the clothes back in for the rinse. I do the same 180 turns, drain, pull clothes out, wring them out by hand, and throw them in the regular washer for the spin cycle. I wait to actually run the spin cycle until everyone in the house has done their Wonder Wash loads. I go back to the washer and add about a qt of clean water to rinse it out after everyone is done.

Now for the part that probably voided my warranty...the little locking things that go in the holes where the frame goes together, don’t stay in. They need to be in there or the frame will come apart. I got tired of them falling out so I put hot glue in the holes and pushed the lock back in, haven’t had one fall out since. Also, the cheap tape that seals the seam on the drum, I’m likely going to hot glue that seam as well. The tape sucks. And the suction cups, the counter gets wet sometimes so the suction cups keep it stuck to the counter but it still slides around. I was having to hold it from sliding off the edge of the counter so I put a thin line of hot glue along the edge of the counter to keep it from sliding off. I use a butter knife to lift the suction if I need to move the Wonder Wash.

I think that’s about it, hope it helps :)
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L Williams
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Just what we were looking for
Reviewed in Canada on July 10, 2018
Great little machine that we will be using when we go camping every summer as we go 2 week and 3 week periods between May and October and no more trying to find a laundry mat. My husband did one big change on it, and got rid of the flimsy base and made a solid wood base...See more
Great little machine that we will be using when we go camping every summer as we go 2 week and 3 week periods between May and October and no more trying to find a laundry mat. My husband did one big change on it, and got rid of the flimsy base and made a solid wood base that will not tip over with a handle to hold on to and a strap that we can strap to a picnic table. He also wasn''t impressed with the tape that went around the middle of the bottle and fixed that and put on tape you use on heater pipe to stop any possible leaking. Update - real world testing on last trip and did laundry 3 times each time a couple loads and it was, as we expected, very good.
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Wren
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The TARDIS of washing machines.
Reviewed in Canada on October 6, 2018
It''s bigger on the inside. Just tried this out today for the first time, and I love everything about this. Only slight thing that''s different than the description is that it isn''t pure white, it''s ever so slightly pink. Which is fine. It''s sort of a nice reminder of "hey,...See more
It''s bigger on the inside. Just tried this out today for the first time, and I love everything about this. Only slight thing that''s different than the description is that it isn''t pure white, it''s ever so slightly pink. Which is fine. It''s sort of a nice reminder of "hey, remember the days where you used to shove everything in the wash and your whites came out like this? Well, ya don''t have to worry about that anymore!" It''s right, you know. Easy to assemble, lightweight, and very easy to use. And it looks small ...but then you add the water... and clothes... and more clothes.. and wonder how many more socks the thing could possibly hold, and then get worried that your socks are being sucked to a different dimension because how could a lil thing like this hold so many socks???? I put mine in the tub, tilt it to fill it up under the tap, then add clothes. (Note: I have a small, domesticated apartment tub, and it fits no problem.) It makes exactly the noise you''d expect from a small manual washing machine in your tub; some sloshing/thudding, if you don''t use enough water. Basically the sound of your wet clothes politely flopping around in a plastic barrel. The sound of clean. Surprisingly low effort to make it work (no big muscles required!), no tools needed for assembly, and washing is done WAY faster than in a machine. Tilt, fill it up again the same way again, give it a few spins to rinse, drain, done. ...Maybe rinse again if your clothes were filthy. Dry the clothes however you like. :) The socks were all still there, by the way. O_O *cue Dr Who theme song* "oooEEEooooooOOOOoooOOOOOO...."
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icuurd12b42
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It''s actually pretty good
Reviewed in Canada on August 15, 2016
It''s OK, does small loads. Does best doing a pair of pants, underwear, socks and shirt. Tips: -It''s easier to turn the barrel back and forth (rocking it) rather than turning it a full rotation. -Do not leave your clothe in soaking over night!!! This may cause fermentation...See more
It''s OK, does small loads. Does best doing a pair of pants, underwear, socks and shirt. Tips: -It''s easier to turn the barrel back and forth (rocking it) rather than turning it a full rotation. -Do not leave your clothe in soaking over night!!! This may cause fermentation (or something), leaving a scummy slippery goo on your clothe... AND the air in the container will be less making a negative pressure in the barrel and it will be almost impossible to open the lid. -You have to rethink your washing ideology. a wash a night and you''ll be fine using this. Pros: -It''s easy to use. It does the job. At least for me -Easy to turn unless you overfill Cons: -The sealed lid should have a valve to even out the pressure, as stated, if you have a negative pressure it will be almost impossible to pull the lid. I actually thought it had broken. So I would urge the designer to rethink the lid by adding a valve as part of the lid lever. -The knob on the tumbler lever is wobbly and feels very flimsy and I am afraid to use it for fear of it breaking. That part too needs to be re-designed using a more sturdy piece. -The locking parts that secure the cross brace on the legs keep falling. I already lost on in the tub drain. you need to glue that in place
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SarahBaby
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
So far so great!
Reviewed in Canada on March 25, 2019
I''ve used this manual washing machine a number of times over the past 4 months for smaller loads of laundry and for more delicate items. I''m so happy with it! It is easy to assemble, cleans well (although I had to try a few different washing routines to feel the clothes...See more
I''ve used this manual washing machine a number of times over the past 4 months for smaller loads of laundry and for more delicate items. I''m so happy with it! It is easy to assemble, cleans well (although I had to try a few different washing routines to feel the clothes were as clean as possible - I have settled on: WASH = turn x 2 minutes, soak x 10 minutes, turn x 2 minutes; DRAIN; RINCE = turn x 2 minutes, soak x 10 minutes, turn x 1 minute; DRAIN; RINCE #2 = turn x 2 minutes; DRAIN), easy to use (I was concerned it would be strenuous but it is easy on the arms so far), I find its sturdiness is fine - I use it in my bathtub and have had no slipping or shaking or any unstable noises from the machine at all, it doesn''t take up a lot of room (I store it on top of the Nina Spin Dryer that I use after the Wonderwash), it saves SO much energy that I would otherwise be spending going up and down the 4 flights of stairs to my apartment laundry room in the basement, and it saves SO much money that I would be spending on the coin laundry machine! I am SO glad that I did all the research I did and found this product - HIGHLY recommend!
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HBhannahbrown
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Simple use, frame is unsteady though
Reviewed in Canada on October 5, 2018
Wish the frame was more rugged, it wobbles when I wash a load of clothing and the pins holding it together pop out randomly because of the wobble. It works great to wash our clothes though! Have used it around ten times so far and gotten a little workout each time. The only...See more
Wish the frame was more rugged, it wobbles when I wash a load of clothing and the pins holding it together pop out randomly because of the wobble. It works great to wash our clothes though! Have used it around ten times so far and gotten a little workout each time. The only other issue is that it wouldn''t be able to be used outside of bathtub as every time I use hot water the top leaks from the pressure, I have to open the machine after a few spins to let it pop and release some pressure so it will stop leaking.
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