10-12-2012 02:01 AM
Does anyone have an HE washer that they hate because it spins the clothes so much that the wrinkles are practically impossible to get out even ironing? -- For years, I washed my clothes and then stuck them in my dryer for about 5 minutes, pulled them out and no wrinkles- hung them on a line in the cellar to dry the rest of the way- Now I have an HE super large capacity washer and I don't think the darn thing actually used enough water to cover a normal size load let alone a big load like I was used to --- I even put just one set of sheets in with a few smaller items and it seemed when I took them out that there were "dry" spots --- the sales guy actually said that I wouldn't have to use my dryer as much as a "sales" point but at the time I just needed a washer immediately and it didn't register that he meant an HE used less water- I assumed it used less electricity--- well THAT"S not the case- it takes longer to wash- Anyone else notice this??? I wish I could get rid of it- but I can't afford to.
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