This New Product Says It Can Revolutionize Laundry Day

Let's face it, no one likes doing laundry, especially busy parents. Adriane Weinberg, founder and organizer of the business An Organized Approach, claims that laundry is one of the top household issues in homes across the United States (per LinkedIn). Whether it's not having a well-developed system, simply not having enough time, or just disliking the task, laundry can be an overwhelming and overall despised household chore. Fortunately, Open House on Instagram has shared a new gadget that claims it can fix this predicament.

To that end, Open House presents Laundry Jet. Advertised as an easy and fun way to do laundry, Laundry Jet is gaining a significant amount of attention on social media platforms, like TikTok and Instagram; it claims to be revolutionizing the way laundry is done in households all over the world. Let's take a closer look at this new product and everything it says it has to offer.

What is Laundry Jet?

According to the brand website, Laundry Jet is a vacuum powered system that takes dirty clothing from any room in your house and transports it directly to the laundry room to be washed. The system is not loud and can be adjusted during installation to your exact specifications. For example, if you want to encourage or prevent small children from using your Laundry Jet, it can be fixed higher or lower on the wall so they can reach it (or not). After installation, the technology can transport clothing up to nearly 200 feet, allowing it to easily operate inside both single-level and multi-level homes. Laundry Jet can also easily be adjusted to work in industrial settings, like hotels.

Laundry Jet is also reportedly easy to use, too. To activate the system, you simply open the nearest port to you, feed the dirty clothes into the chute, and watch as it's automatically whisked away to your laundry room. Katahdin Cedar Log Homes does mention that installing a Laundry Jet in your home can be a rather large investment that ranges between $2,500 and $15,000, but for many, fixing a household laundry crisis may be worth that investment.