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There is a diagram on this site, 3/4 of the way down the page. They actually sell the DIY kit but show you the parts if you want to try on your own. The site is not in English.
Would a diagram help? I know the video skips steps in places.
I ave thought about the mop bucket wringer and another idea I thought of wa a pasta maker. Does that sund any kind of way that might work
I've used a mop bucket for this several times when
my electric got shut off. It is a professional grade mop bucket from a restaurant. And it basically sucks for this. It is easier than hand wringing, but not terribly effective. I am sure a decent roller setup would work better, which is why I'm here looking.
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