[VIDEO] This Portable Wash Station Could Be a Great Addition to Your Work Truck

via RinseKit

via RinseKit

Even before the hand washing craze that the Coronavirus Pandemic has caused, it was always a bit annoying to get into your work truck after being on the jobsite with muddy boots and hands.  There’s not always an available water source on-site, so you’re stuck dirtying up the interior and cleaning it later.  I recently came across a portable washing station that could help solve that issue.

The RinseKit, which was featured on the hit TV show Shark Tank, is a non-powered water spraying system that holds up to 2 gallons of water for mobile rinsing, spraying, and cleaning. When it’s filled with water from a standard hose bib or sink, it can hold that pressure for up to a month, giving the system the ability to spray either in jet, mist, center, flat, or shower mode.

When used in jet mode, RinseKit claims it can spray for up to 10 minutes on mist, 5 minutes on center, 2.5 minutes, and in shower mode for 1.5 minutes with the larger unit. That should be enough to hose down your boots, hands, and a couple tools before it runs out.

The RinseKit Pod, which holds up to 1.75 gallons of water, retails for $109.95 and its bigger brother, the RinseKit Plus, which holds up to 2 gallons and can hold hot water, retails for $129.95.  If you don’t have a water source available to you at the end of the day, you can also add a manual pressure pump to pressurize water that you have poured into the unit.

What do you think of this system?  Could you see yourself using it on the jobsite?

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