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combo washer/dryer Answered

imagine if you will: throwing clothes and detergent in.

a couple hours later, the clothes are washed rinsed AND DRIED!!!

with no other futsing.   1 machine.  taking up less space than 2. 

and...

if u  r absent minded, u  dont end up with   moldy clothes days after u threw im in to wash.

How to??

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Kiteman
Kiteman

7 years ago

Most "white goods" stores sell washer-dryers.

If space is at a premium, they are fine. However, if you can afford or have space for separate washing and drying machines, I recommend against a washer-dryer; they do not wash as well as a dedicated washing machine, nor as much in a load. The combined cycle is quite brutal on clothes, and if you accidentally mis-read your washing labels, you could end up wrecking clothes thst should not be tumble dried.

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Penolopy Bulnick
Penolopy Bulnick

7 years ago

I have used a washer/dryer combo and the one I used was horrible at drying :(

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caitlinsdad
caitlinsdad

7 years ago

http://www.sears.com/lg-2.3-cu-ft-all-in-one-washe... http://www.sears.com/lg-2.3-cu-ft-all-in-one-washer/p-02602512000P?prdNo=1&blockNo=1&blockType=G1 They are overly expensive and complicated mechanically. If your machine doesn't have one, rig up an end of wash indicator buzzer that goes on and on.