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Re: This Old House, By the #s

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@lolakimono. THANKS!  Wow this is helpful.  (Some of it not so much depending on what your measurements are!  Woman Wink)

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Re: This Old House, By the #s

Interesting....I can a couple of things that I need to re-think! Thanks for posting!

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Re: This Old House, By the #s

Great information. I need to change a couple of things in this house!

 

Never understood why anyone would want their washer and dryer on a pedestal. Would make maintenance or plumbing more difficult. Also, seems counterproductive to lifting wet, heavy laundry from the washer to the dryer, unless it is primarily for petites? 

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