History of the washing machine

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History of the washing machine
By the end of the 17th century, the laundry was still laboriously cleaned on lakes and rivers by hand. The inventor John Tizack thought, it must be a machine that makes laundry easier. The result was a washing machine with a laundry press, where the washed laundry could be directly wrung. With his invention came the turn. First of all, his washing machines were found mainly in industrial laundries, which achieved better washing results with technical assistance. Since the 18th century, many other inventors have dealt with the subject of washing machines. In 1902, the first mechanical washing machine with a perforated washing drum was built, but still had to be worked by hand. And as early as 1909, our first washing machine came on the market, until the first metal washing machine from STAHL lasted until 1948.