What would you think of a new washing machine technology that uses a nominal amount of detergent and only cold water and here's the drum roll....no sorting of clothes. Yes, with this machine, you don't need to sort the darks from the lights and yet the whites come out whiter? The technology includes electricity to make the clothing more than clean - sanitized clean but in cold water.
by Mazlan 6 years ago
Would you buy front loading or top loading washing machine?Front loading claimed to give you a cleaner wash, but it takes ages to wash. Top loading uses more water but washed faster.
by Patty Inglish MS 6 years ago
What is the silliest thing you have accidentally run through the washing machine?I recently washed a thick paperback book - didn't hurt the laundry, but some pages joined in a kind of paper mache. It was a good book, too.
by Eric Graudins 9 years ago
Have a look at what a bit of clever writing can do to the price of an ordinary old washing machine for sale on Trade Me, a New Zealand auction site. This is HILARIOUS!Especially the last line.And the comments.This person should be at hubPages. http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing …...
by monamh 8 years ago
i have a front loading washing machine and it makes a loud banging noise during the spin cycle. ...what could it be? maybe a belt has come lose or broke?
by Amy Gillie 6 years ago
What is the best way to clean a front-loading washing machine?
by Lee Douglas 7 years ago
What's the easiest way to get a washing machine up a flight of stairs?My washing machine broke, and a friend is lending me their "spare one" (I don't know why you'd have a spare one), but I live in a first floor flat, and I have no idea how we are going to get mine out, and there's in!
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