Travel review: Scrubba Washbag

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Travelling encourages you to pack wisely. The lighter the load, the more fun you have.

But taking less clothes means more washing and its no fun trying to wash and dry your favourite t-shirt in a tiny hotel bathroom.

The wonderful Scrubba™ washbag seems to be the perfect answer to all those problems. Basically it’s a washing machine in a bag. It sounds too good to be true, but it does actually work.

Ruaridh (8) is a master for spilling beans on his nice white t-shirts and on a camping trip to the Lake District, it was time to test out the Scrubba™.

All you have to do is follow six simple steps and provide water and cleaning liquid. The technology behind this invention is very effective The bag is an ultra-flexible internal washboard composed of hundreds of resilient nodules and based on the old washboard idea.

It takes just three minutes of gentle rubbing to clean the clothes and then you dry like any other machine washed item. Result – a bean free t-shirt for Ruaridh!

And as the bag only weighs 145g, it is the perfect light-weight and pocket-sized solution to lighten every traveller’s load.

The Scrubba™ washbag, £39.99, is the answer to every traveller’s prayers as it’s a mini washing machine in a bag! For more information, log onto www.eskimoagency.com