Do you really know how much water a washing machine uses? Or what the water looks like when it comes out? Lets find out! We had our vacuum cleaner die on us and I was left with the dilemma of what do do with the components. I decided I wanted to use the hose for something. I wanted to find out how much water my washing machine uses. So, I stuck one end of the hose outside and on the end that was inside, I put the washing machine outlet pipe into the hose and routed the other end into a bathtub that was gathering rust in our backyard. And look at the result. Technically the result is a bit corrupt because our washing machine saves water. And there is a small hole in the bath. Oh well.
(I added the wheels to the bath so I can ride down the hill!)
[UPDATE] I plugged up the hole! And on the extra-large load the bath overflowed!
Bio:My name is Indy Griffiths, and I'm living in Dunedin, New Zealand. I'm not that interesting: 16, geeky, wears glasses. I have a HUGE passion for computers, even when I was 4 and got my first 486. No...read more »