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Double Galvanized Laundry Rinse Tubs
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Double Galvanized Laundry Rinse Tubs

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To get clothes really clean you need to rinse them twice.
  • Has easy-rolling casters
  • Tubs are easily emptied through two drain hoses (included)
  • No drain plug required
  • Hose hooks over rim of tub and then simply unhook to drain
  • Twin 15.5-gallon tubs of galvanized steel with an improved heavy frame for long life
  • Strong steel legs
  • 31-1/2"H × 40"W × 20-1/2"D, 30 lb
  • Made in Mexico - For a rinse tub that is made in America by the Amish, try our Ultra-Light tubs
Note: Some assembly required. Assembly may be difficult and take over an hour.
* NOTE: An additional $10 shipping surcharge is required.
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DOUBLE GALVANIZED LAUNDRY RINSE TUBS DESCRIPTION
Note: You can clamp a wringer to the tub if you put a 1x6 board against the side wall of the tub so that the wring clamps onto the metal wall and the board at the same time.

Note: Rinse tubs are 6" taller than Lehman's Hand Washer. If you use this rinse tub with our washer, we recommend putting the washer on cement blocks to make them similar height.

Note: These tubs have sharp edges. Use caution when using and moving them to prevent injury.

SPECIAL NOTES
* NOTE: An additional $10 shipping surcharge is required.

Customer Reviews of Double Galvanized Laundry Rinse Tubs
Product Rating: 3.8 out of 5.0(5 reviews)
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- 7/28/2011
said: Cathy
"We do a lot of entertaining & grilling in the Summer-thought these would make excellent ice/beverage containers! Could not be more pleased with the product & look forward to many years of use from them!"
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- 3/23/2011
said: stevan moffit
"I can only assume this double tub rinses laundry well, however I know for a fact (3 each) that they make great planters for a town patio to grow anything from loads of flowers to tomatoes and parcely. They look great and can be moved around with ease if needed."
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- 3/19/2010
said: Spring Ryding
"Pros: the casters make the tubs and stand fairly easy to move about on hard level surfaces. Pretty light weight but stable.Cons: The wringer didn't fit too well in these tubs. The clamps of the wringer landed right in the middle of the corner curves of the tubs. I had to get new e-clips for the wringer as the original ones popped off and could not be found. Not only did I have to whittle shims [wedge-shaped from very thin to about 3/8 inch thick], but I had to put in scrap bookshelf lumber between the tubs to keep them from angling up and coming out of their settings when tightening the wringer in place. I did, however, eventually get the wringer soundly in place.Drain tubing is fine - but you have to have a place for the water to go TO. Can't have it all over the basement floor for example. In order to reach a nearby drain, I had to replace one of the plastic drain tubes with another about 2 feet longer which also meant I had to transfer the hook thing from the provided tubing to the new one. I've got it working, but the drain system still could be improved."
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- 9/6/2011
said: Debra Parsons
"I have given only a 3 lantern review, as I was very disappointed with these tubs as they arrived with only three legs. I am unable to actually use the system until I get the leg that was promised by Lehman's. Will revisit the review then after actual use."
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- 6/26/2011
said: D Halvorsen
"Like the tub stand with casters. Sturdy enough with water in tubs. The tubs however should be more squared and not rounded on the corners. The rounded corners makes it hard to attach the wringer. One of the dads on our team had to build a wooden bracket to support the wringer in a more stable fashion. And when you add the plate to connect the 2 tubs, one gets cocked slightly off kilter."
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