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- How Scrubba Bags/Packs work
Clean clothes anywhere with the Scrubba Tactical washbag
Designed in consultation with a former Australian SAS team leader, the Scrubba tactical wash bag promises to keep you clean on any mission, even if you are just chilling at the family caravan park.
The Scrubba wash bag is designed as a modern take on the old- fashioned washboard. It’s made to be ultra-portable, easy to use, and effective.
Thanks to the integrating scrubbing nobules, the Scrubba wash bag is twice as effective as hand washing. It folds down to pocket- size, and doubles as a drybag for ultimate convenience. Whether you are camping, travelling, or just hand-washing clothes at home, the Scrubba wash bag helps you to save time, money, and water.
In addition to your favourite Scrubba wash bag features, the tactical bag comes equipped with an extra large twist-style valve. This allows for easy opening and quicker deflation, simplifying the washing process from start to finish.
Kitted out in a coyote brown fabric that aids in camouflage, the tactical bag is perfect for military, outdoor adventurers, disaster relief, zombie preppers and superheros, allowing you to blend into your surroundings and lose yourself in nature. Just don't forget where you hang it to dry or you may not be able to find it again!
With a Scrubba tactical wash bag you can:
- Wash clothes wherever and whenever you want.
- Effectively clean your clothes with the help of hundreds of internal Scrubba™ ‘nobules’
- Pack fewer clothes and travel with a lighter backpack, bag or suitcase
- Achieve a machine quality wash in 6 easy steps
- Alleviate the need to ineffectively wash clothes in dirty hotel sinks
- Avoid excess airline baggage fees by packing fewer clothes
- Save money and water when doing laundry while travelling
- Stay clean and avoid zombies (apparently they can smell unclean people)
- Stay hidden while you do your washing.
- Weighs only 153g (5.4 oz)
- Neutral coyote brown colour
- Pocket-size and small enough to take anywhere
- User instructions printed on the outside of the bag
- Transparent window to monitor washing and water levels
- Grip backing on the outside to prevent sliding on surfaces while washing
- Extra large twist valve for quick, easy deflation (even with big hands)
- Doubles as a dry-bag
153g (~5.4 oz.)
54cm x 32cm (when laid flat) - 21.3" x 12.6"
16cm x 6cm x 6cm (when rolled for storage) - 6.3" x 2.4" x 2.4"
How Scrubba Bags/Packs work
The Scrubba Wash Bag and Scrubba W Pack and Allurette washers all feature internal washboards that allow a machine quality wash in minutes. Using them is as simple as:
Add clothes, water and cleaning liquid; close and deflate the bag; then rub from the outside for up to 3 minutes then just rinse and hang to dry.
Compared to traditional washboards, the ones in Scrubba and Allurette products are ultra thin and flexible and they are enclosed in the bag or pack. As the rubbing is done from the outside of the bag, there is minimal mess and your hands remain drier.
The Scrubba Bag, Pack and Allurette washer also double as dry sacs to keep gear dry between washes.
Scrubba Tactical Wash Bag
When I go camping, the Scrubba Wash Bag has helped me achieve a lighter backpack. It is easy to use and it efficiently uses very little soap and water. When we are all able to travel a little farther afield, I'm certain it will work as well as I have already discovered and help me keep my luggage to one carry-on bag.
Bag material is good but You should make stronger valve cap and closing buckle. They brake pretty quick.
Buckle is not possible to change and valve cap I think You don't sell as a spare
Super portable, dries quickly, leaves clothes as clean and fresh as a laundry machine in a fraction of the time - great investment if you're a minimalist too! Scrubba dub dub, my friends. Scrubba dub dub.
U.S. Military and generates massive stank. The Scrubba does a great job of eliminating the awful smell on my clothes especially out on maneuvers where we are out for extended periods of time. I’ve found that after I load the bag and let out the air, I can gently roll the bag with my foot and get great results. The only problem I have is figuring how much soap to use. I wish someone would come up with some kind of strategy on how much soap to use. I’ve started using Dawn dishwashing liquid since if Dawn is good enough to clean oil-covered fuzzy little duckies, it should be good enough for me!