All about washer and dryers
If you’ve lived without a washer and dryers then you probably know just how helpful those two machines can be in your life. First developed in the 1950’s, washing machines have come a long way from the washboards and wringers that were used before hand to wash clothes. Instead of taking hours slaving over a tub of soapy water and clotheslines you can just pop your clothes into a washer and dryer and let it take care of the rest.
Your clothes’ journey to becoming clean begins at the washing machine where it’s first put into a tub of agitating water with some soap. After a few minutes of agitating the water is drained and then spun at a high rate of speed to remove most of the water. The tub is then filled again with clean water, agitated more to get the soap out, an then drained. It then spins one final time to remove all of the water possible.
Once clean the clothes are put into a dryer. Most dryers are either gas heated or electrically heated to provide hot air which blown into the dryer. The dry hot air picks up the moisture off the clothes and is then blown out the back of the dryer, through a lint filter and then outside. A lint filter prevents to tube to carry the air outside from getting plugged. The lint filter should be cleaned after every load to make sure that your washer and dryer are working at peak efficiency.
Instead of owning a washer and dryers you could just invest in a washer and dryers combination. This saves space since you’ll only need one machine however it is not very efficient since you have to clean the wet wash tub in addition to all of the clothes. If you want to save space but not sacrifice efficiency you should look into a stackable washer and dryers which has the dryer built on top of the washing machine.
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