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was completely unstaffed!? not a Dot Cotton in site....just get on with it yourself!? Couldn't immediately tell the difference between the washers and the dryers, spent about 10 minutes figuring it all out, then decided I'd just buy a new duvet rather than spend about £13 getting it washed and dried. True story.
If you use
Some other gash
no one's complained about the state of my clothes yet.
Do you not wash your clothes then?
I put them in without washing powder or any of the rest of it. Don't get what it's for; they're fine without it.
I really hope it is.
Sweat, body fluff, smells, anything else.
make sure you take out the transit bolts from your new zanussi.
he forgot to take the transit bolts off. As we'd not had a washing machine for a couple of weeks by this point, we used it immediately after he left. I was in absolute hysterics when it started wobbling out of its little cubby hole in the kitchen, as I had no idea he'd not installed it properly.
Then it started leaking everywhere and I stopped laughing :(
that you put in a little cap and put that in the bowl (is it a bowl?? What do you call the hole in the washing machine that you put the clothes in?)
Used to swear by the more expensive liquitabs + branded softener method, but have ditched the latter and reverted to powder (still a branded one, i'm not an animal). Can't smell or feel the difference.
I don't know what drawer it goes in. Theres 3 compartments there and none have labels on. Sometimes I use the liquid stuff and just pour it in all 3 compartments.
The very small raised compartment's for softener, and the other thinner compartment's for detergent.
I thought powder was detergent?! This is too much.
but there's liquid detergent or powder detergent.
then there's softener.
detergent, fabric softener, PREWASH (no idea)
- CONDENSATION!!! I've got a condensation problem. How do you solve that? Lots of condensation going on.
- BOILER!! How do you set the boiler to come on at certain times and go off at certain times? Can't quite work it out!
- HOOVER? Shall I buy one? Or just stick with the broom?
I get a little pool of water at the bottom of the windowsill. So like on the floor. It doesn't actually go on the floor but just sits on the bottom bit of the window essentially. I've been wiping it over with a cloth but thats a bit of a chore. Will it stop condensating when it gets warmer? I bloody hope so.
Every window. I think it makes me perpetually ill.
If not, try a dehumidifier
its like a squeegee with a vacuum attached to it.
sounds amazing. Get your brother over to mine with his water hoover.
him and his girlfriend fight over who gets to use it.
Not sure I care that much.
They are for mega cunts
As a former professional cleaner, I can advise that they are the #1 choice of the cleaning industry.
I'm a former professional cleaner you cunt
1) Normally down to either too much or too little heat and/or fresh air. Either keeping it warm throughout, or regularly opening windows should help.
2) No point, really, just keep it on all the time, doesn't cost that much. Hard to really say without knowing make and model anyway.
3) Depends on floor surfaces. If you've got any carpets you'll need some sort of vacumn cleaner. Get one of them Henrys with the face on the front, or you can pick up a second-hand Dyson for about £40.
2) But theres like a big load of flames inside. I think that would probably cost a lot of money to run a big load of flames inside it all the time.
3) No carpet.
Open the windows from timt to time; try and avoid drying clothes indoors.
you should buy a hoover, you monster
I'm not sure I need a hoover. Might get one if I get a rug.
it may be remote controlled, have a little dial/clock on it where you push pins to the centre to set on/off times
CONDENSATION!!! - Stop living in a grotto and get some ventilation.
BOILER!! - Google three make and model and download a user manual. We have ours set so that it only comes on on demand, rather than by set time.
HOOVER? - The only answer to this is a Henry. Dysons are for needy tryhard belm eejits.
BOUNCE (it's actually been rebranded by Lenor now.) I lvoe my tumble dryer sheets. I'm such a twee twat.
Blew my cred
Might as well just cut off a penguin's beak and kick a polar bear in the nuts.
Here Balonz, wait until i tell you this funny story. Last week I bunged in my bold capsules (2 because I had some fairly grubby things to wash) and bunged in the load and put the machine off and went off to work. Imagnie my horror to discover, upon returning home later that night, that I'd actually DRIED the load with the washing capsules, instead of washing it! My sides were splitting!!!
non sticky, really fresh smelling clothes/ sheets.
THe red wine stain on my pillow cover was still there though (even if it did smell delightful.)
if i come home from work with my nipples bleeding from the chafing I know i've done something right
so......... no idea
If so, it's a yes
everything is better once it's been washed with a lil fabric softener
NEVER WASH TOWELS WITH FABRIC SOFTENER
I'll allow it
dis is great
No guys....I don't mean I re-married!!!!!!1