Hand-held Ultrasonic Device is Designed to Make it Easier to Keep Clothes Clean on Business Trips

limo service NYC, NYC limo, westchester limoRunning out of fresh, clean clothing while on a business trip can be a big hassle. You may be pressed for time and cannot send out your clothing to be washed. When you are faced with a suitcase full of dirty clothing, it’s tempting to pick up some new garments at a nearby store. 

Wouldn’t it be great if you could quickly wash your clothing while on travel without having to find a laundry? With this in mind, a company has started a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo to take orders for a new ultrasonic cleaning device called Dolfi.

It’s particularly useful when you have delicate clothing and garments that must be washed by hand. With the Dolfi, all you need to do is place your dirty clothes in a sink or container of water and then add soap. You switch the device on and place it in the water and it will start cleaning your items with ultrasonic vibrations. The Dolfi is a small electronic device that fits in the palm of your hand, making it easy to pack and take with you on every trip. The manufacturers say that it will be gentle on your delicate clothing but still tough enough to remove all the dirt. Unlike conventional mechanical washing systems, the Dolfi is designed to provide deep cleaning from inside the garments.

You will see the Dolfi glowing blue while it’s cleaning your clothing, in a process takes about 30 minutes. The dirt and odors are removed as the ultrasonic vibrations shake them from your clothing. When it’s finished, you rinse off the clothing in clean water and hang them up to dry.

Delphi has already raised approximately $295,000 toward its goal of $100,000, but people can continue to put their money in to pre-order a device through March 21, 2015.

The more creature comforts that you can find on the road, the more pleasant your trips will be. With the Dolfi, you can rest assured that you’ll have clean clothing for all your business meetings.

Posted on Feb 27 2015

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