Bag-E-Wash is great!
What better then a handy device that say's, "Earth, we'll do all we can to save you from ourselves."
— Lee Orcutt Afton, MN
I am pleased to say that I am delighted with my Bag-E-Wash. I received
mine as a holiday gift and was not sure that I would find it useful.
To my surprise, it is simple to assemble and even easier to use! I take
my lunch about 60% of the time.There are some foods that are more practical
to pack in a baggie (grapes and strawberries for example); however, it
always seemed so wasteful to toss away those baggies. I started using
my Bag-E-Wash in the dishwasher and found wonderfully clean baggies each
time. While my recyling of baggies is a not a huge contribution to the
environment, I think every little bit helps. Thank you for creating a
useful, practical, thrifty and environmentally sound product. Next year,
I will be the one giving Bag-E-Wash gifts!
Bag-E-Wash is so easy to use that even a non-recycling,
tree chopping down, let's drill in Alaska, no such thing as global
warming guy like me uses it. Just put it in your dishwasher and if
you need to
clean a baggie, it just takes seconds to put it on. If you are not
washing a bag, Bag-E-Wash does not get in the way; just put your
it, inside it, whatever. My bags come out clean every time. I even
had a super duper greasy one that came out crisp and clean. I bought
extras for family and friends and they like them, too. Unlike the
Minnesota Vikings, Bag-E-Wash will never let you down.
Bag-E-Wash, what a great invention! It's small, it's efficient,
it's adjustable, it requires minimal upkeep while giving maximum effectiveness. It
doesn't complain and is ready to work at a moment's notice (a mother's dream). I
bought one box of Hefty One Zip quart bags (18 count) in November and I'm
still using these bags (three months later), washing them over and over
with the Bag-E-Wash in my dishwasher. When I returned from a trip
a week ago, leaving my husband and two teenage boys home alone for 6 days,
I found to my delight that the dishes were washed. I then saw the
Bag-E-Wash on the kitchen table. I was curious and then realized that
there were no bags to be washed while I was gone and in order to gain a
bit more room in the dishwasher they had removed it. It reinstalled
effortlessly and is back at work. My next job is a short demonstration
to the men folk in the house in how to use the Bag-E-Wash. At least
the dishes got washed!
West Simsbury, CT