Dutch foldable wash bucket, surplus
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A simple, foldable bucket style basin to hold water in for various degrees of personal hygiene maintenance. Dutch army surplus, good stuff for little money.
Made of PU coated nylon style fabric, tough and of course waterproof. Weighs only 100 grams, height 12 cm, diameter 23 cm
Used most likely, but in excellent shape and clean too.