Water Washers is a washer tossing game where washers are tossed at a portable target board that is floating within a container.
Inventor Raymond Lewis Jenkins of Dripping Springs, TX has created a washer tossing game where washers are tossed at a portable target board that is floating within a container. Current versions of the game are typically played on non-floating boards.
Water Washers is played on a floating surface so the water dampens the blow of the washers. This means the washers tend to stay where they initially land, instead of bouncing off. Those who enjoy playing washers on dirt will be attracted to this version of the game because of the way the washer plays on the floating service. It very closely resembles the way it plays on dirt. Inventor Jenkins has created a means for an improved washer tossing game that easily packs up and is ready to go!
This clever new invention is a fun outdoor game. It is portable. The washer sticks where it lands instead of bouncing off. The game is great for washer tournaments or tailgating. It is easy to manufacture.