Tuesday, May 22, 2018

dryer

Untitled Wondering why the built-in dryer of our washer is so "weak"...look how teeny the filter is.

Untitled There are 3 filters...but still.

Untitled No wonder it takes forever for things to get completely dry.

Untitled My peeve with this built-in dryer (besides the fact that the clothes do not get completely dry) is that the clothes do not "relax" in the dryer, they dry as a scrunched up ball...which increases my ironing work load...oh well, we'll see what happens when rainy season starts...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ugh! I hate doing laundry! I also hate ironing but I now use it as an excuse to watch Korean dramas while I'm ironing so it's not so bad anymore, hehehe
v

Anonymous said...

Perhaps those nubby rubber dryer balls might help a little bit? I am not sure because your unit is top loading and I've only used them in a front loading dryer where they work especially well with sheets. You might also look online for laundry hacks other people have come up with for your problem. Hope you find a solution soon.

Kalin's Mommy said...

Is there an option to return it for a better one? Mich

Anonymous said...

I'm guessing that it is a ventless combination (wash and dry in the same tub) unit and that it usually takes 2-3 hours to dry a load. The only real alternative would be if you have a place to vent a dryer and get a stacked W/D.

Alan

Rowena said...

I know things have to be smaller there, but this is unbelievable!

K and S said...

I hate ironing more than laundry V!

Thanks anon!

Nope Mich :(

Thanks Alan!

Live and learn Rowena:)

Sorry Kentucky Lady, I deleted your comment by mistake, I haven’t run across musty smelling clothes but have been air drying the larger items.

Take care everyone!
Kat