A machine that works at night, at a time when you’d rather not be doing anything, and at a temperature that you’d much rather not heat up the house in the cold.
In a nutshell, it’s a microwave.
This is the concept behind the Hand-Washing Machine, a microwave-powered, hand-held washing machine from an Austrian company called Handy Washing.
If you’ve ever been tempted to go for a quick shower, you’re in for a treat.
The Hand-washing Machine is a small, compact machine that has two doors, an overhead light and a glass case.
When it’s full, you can push the top button and the microwave will turn on and the machine will heat up your hands, then gently sweep them through the fabric.
You can use it for a single wash, and it does it without disturbing your house.
“We have been making microwave ovens for a long time,” said Heinz Kuehn, CEO of Handy.
“The idea was to create a machine that can handle both washing and washing at the same time.”
That means you can use the Handy to do the washing, then switch to the microwave, and you can wash your hands at the exact same time.
The process is pretty simple: Just insert the microwave button, then push the handle and the door opens.
When you’ve finished washing your hands you can pull the handle back and start washing again.
“There are many people who have never washed their hands before,” Kuehne told New Scientist.
“They are not able to understand that washing is a very complex task.
It’s not something you can do on a timer.”
To do a washing cycle, the Handly is equipped with a washing basket, which you can remove, turn over and place into a washing tub.
It has two handlebars and a wash bucket that can hold about 15 litres of water, which is plenty for the washing process.
The water cycle will take a few minutes, but once done, it will be ready for your next wash.
The microwave also has a wash machine button that turns the microwave on and off.
“You can switch between the washing machine and washing,” Kuihn said.
“When the washing cycle is finished, you put your hands back in the basket, turn the handlebars on and let it run for another 30 seconds.
This process repeats for another three hours.”
It’s easy to install a microwave in your home.
Just slide it into the middle of your living room and add a door.
The machine has a range of speeds, from 30 seconds up to 60 seconds.
There’s also a built-in timer, which can be set to go off at any time.
To turn the microwave off, just pull it back on the handlebar.
The dishwasher has a touch screen, which allows you to see how much water is in the dishwasher.
Kuehm said he had to learn to install it by trial and error, but he is now enjoying the Handily.
“I’m enjoying the whole experience,” he said.
The fact that it works is just the tip of the iceberg.
Handy has already developed an automated washing machine that uses a sensor to tell the washing unit when you need a rinse, and then it’ll get a cycle started.
Kuihne says the company is planning to offer a fully automated system that will allow people to start washing their hands by themselves.
That’s something we’ve seen before with automated washing machines, and Kue hanne thinks this is something we could be seeing on our shores soon.
“This is the future of washing machines,” he told New Zealand’s Newshub.
“It’s really easy, there’s no complicated controls, you just put your hand on the back of the washing basket and the washing starts.”