For those occasions when you don't want to wait for a whole load's worth of laundry in order to clean a few particular pieces of clothing, the Toaster-L would be wonderfully useful. This incredibly compact concept appliance has been designed to refresh about one item at a time and do so with convenient speed.
Hongmin Jin's washing machine was inspired by the common bread browner, inviting you to place an article into its circular slot and to depress a sliding button on the side to activate it. A detergent capsule in the base of the device then releases small soap spheres that get filtered out again at the end of the short cycle. Wave your hand over the Toaster-L upon the waterless rinse's completion and your shirt or underwear will pop out before you.