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By Kevin Leung Cheuk Pan
#471
Ever get tired about getting the clothes wet during rainy day when u're not in home to "save" the clothes. Let's find a solution!

You now have a little container beside the clothes. When there is rain, water goes in. It gets heavy. Using a lever system, the weight of the water container can convert to a motion to close a waterproof cloth up above the clothes to prevent them from getting wet
(Apologize for my bad English, I'm only a student who's not living in the USA.)

Reward: Simple. Just give me one of this thing. Or give me some credits.
By Stig Bakke's brother Stig
#511
Hmm... but if water falls on the container, wouldn't it also fall on the clothes? How about triggering this with a light receptor, closing the cloth when it gets cloudy?
By None
#531
Dont wear any clothes instead
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By Michael D. Grissom
#2258
OH!... I get it. He's talking about hanging clothes outside on a rope to dry. I haven't seen that done in over 50 years. My mom used to call this rain problem a 'second rinse from God'.

By-the-way, your english is very good for a second language. If you are in the United States then... WELCOME!!!
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