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post #31 of 52
Most of the washers sold are the top loaders-they are much cheaper but use lots more water. Front loaders are just beginning to make inroads but because of the cost -which can be double they aren't good sellers yet. My Kenmore T3 which was the top of the line last year has like 12 different cycles and the best is a timer. I'll put a load in at 10:00 and set the timer to come on in 6 hours (delays up to 9 hrs) and the wash will be done when I get up. That is the best!!
post #32 of 52
Thread Starter 
we need to buy a new washing machine
i mean BRAND NEW!
will be at the end of this year though
post #33 of 52
I would love to have a front loader but I just had my top loader repaired, a $16.00 part and $140.00 labor. The repair man said that the front loaders break too but are much more expensive to repair.

Anyway those model names remind me of the terminator and I dont want washing machines to take over the world.
post #34 of 52
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gilly
You mean you can set the time for your machine to come on?
Ooooops i meant a timer such as set for delicates etc...

I'm curious at the top loaders?, do they give a good spin like the front loaders do?
post #35 of 52
Probably because of all the electronics that they have????? This yrs model is the T4
post #36 of 52
Quote:
Originally Posted by rosiemac
Ooooops i meant a timer such as set for delicates etc...
I was gonna say...!!! that would be so cool if the machines over here had timers so that you could do you washing before you wake up! My machine is just over 1 year old and when I was buying it I didn't see/find any with timers on....

Who can ship me one over?
post #37 of 52
I can't believe we are talking about washing machines

It's interesting though...
post #38 of 52
Thread Starter 
next thread im going to do about ironing
post #39 of 52
Quote:
Originally Posted by fwan
next thread im going to do about ironing
I have used my iron about twice in the past 12 months... that is the extent of my ironing. I make sure when I buy clothes, I squash a bit of the fabric in my hand first so I can see if it will crease or not... hehe If it creases, I don't buy it!!!
post #40 of 52
I dont iron either. My clothes get laid out neatly right after coming out of the dryer.
post #41 of 52
Thread Starter 
well the type of clothes i buy dont really need ironing if dryed right.
but my gosh my bf's shirts i just spent 1 hour doing 5 shirts and 1 trousers
post #42 of 52
Ironing is soooooooooo boring...

My friend iron's her husbands underpants
post #43 of 52
Oh i love ironing!!! Sad yes i know, but i do.

Give me a quilt cover especially, but i don't do socks or knickers!
post #44 of 52
You iron your quilt covers? I have never done that before.... they just get all creased up as soon as you sleep in them. I bought this set from John Lewis, cost me a fortune. Used it once, washed it and (yeah I am silly) realised that it was 100% cotton so HAD to be ironed. I gave it to my mum as it seemed like too much hard work to me...
post #45 of 52
Thread Starter 
lol my mum irons my dads undies and socks!
i will iron socks and undies if bf didnt go through them like crazy in a week!
ANNOUNCEMENT:

OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!! I JUST USED THE NEW PURPLE STUFF AND MY CLOTHES SMELL SOOOOOO WONDERFUL! (I JUST HUNG UP MY CLOTHES) ohhhhhh *in heaven*
post #46 of 52
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gilly
You iron your quilt covers? I have never done that before.... they just get all creased up as soon as you sleep in them. I bought this set from John Lewis, cost me a fortune. Used it once, washed it and (yeah I am silly) realised that it was 100% cotton so HAD to be ironed. I gave it to my mum as it seemed like too much hard work to me...

Actually i find it that they get less creased if you do iron them! lol
post #47 of 52
Send them over i'll do them!!
post #48 of 52
Not advice for you Fran... I´m not good to wash the clothes

Gema is my expert!...
post #49 of 52
i've actually known several people who spray there clothes with their favorite bodyspray and it works great especially if you do it while the clothes are damp and let them dry they hold the scent for quite some time
post #50 of 52
i love fabric conditioner, i use bold washing powder and lenor fabric conditioner, im obsessed with nice smelling clothes
post #51 of 52
Ahhh I used the comfort capsules yesterday (as suggested by Susan ).

I am wearing one of the bras that was lucky enough to be washed in the new stuff.... amazing but it works! I keep getting this lovely waft of the scent drift over me!

(btw, I am back at work today )
post #52 of 52
Oh i'm pleased you liked it Gilly!
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