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Washing Machine Timeline

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Ryan Distad

on 14 December 2012

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Washing Clothes By Ryan Distad & Brady Engelken The First way on how to wash cloths was using a near water source and washing with your hands. In 1797 the wash board wash invented.American, James King patented the first wash board. How to use it, rub your closes up and down on the board and use soap to get the mud out. The first electric powered washing machine was in vented in 1908 by Alva J. Fisher. It was called the Thor, and was manufactured by the Hurley Machine Company of Chicago. In 2007, Sanyo introduced the first drum tyme washing machine with "air wash". This model reduced the amount of water to 50l and wasmore efficient.
1 cup washing machine In 2008, the University of Leeds invented a washing machine that uses only one cup of water. This innovation could save people a tremendous amount of money. The first electric powered washing machine was in vented in 1908 by Alva J. Fisher. It was called the Thor, and was manufactured by the Hurley Machine Company of Chicago. In the early 1990's, Upmarket machines introduced microcontrollers. These provided better timing than machine timers, and made washing machines cheaper. E N D
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