The title of today’s post may have you thinking that I am going to give you some user reviews on washing machines but in fact it is your opinions that I am seeking. I would really appreciate your assistance in this matter to help my mother chose between a front or a top loading washing machine. What she is really trying to decide, at her age of 73 years young, is which machine would be easier for her to load and unload.
We understand that one can acquire a platform to mount a front loader on bringing it high off the ground. The one opinion we have on this is not encouraging though due to it becoming unstable during fast spin cycles.
I would be happy for you to give use your entire experience with the models you use right now. Â Feel free to include the brand name and model of your machine but it isn’t necessary. Include information such as how well powder detergents dissolve in your machine, whether you can access the machine during the cycle, what sort of cycles options it has and how long the cycles are in general. Any other information that comes to mind would also be helpful.
I suppose when it all boils down to it what I really want to know Â is how difficult do you all find loading and unloading either style of machine. I feel the top loader would probably be the easiest for her but both machines require some sort of bending, leaning or possibly squatting in the case of the front loader. My laundry has a toilet that directly faces my front loader so I can actually shut the lid on the toilet and sit on it to load and unload my machine. A short stool couldÂ sufficeÂ to perform the same function making a front loader easier to work with.
Anyway enough information from me now please let me know your opinion.
The Weekend’s Mini Missions
SaturdayÂ -Â Declutter something that you are keeping â€œjust in caseâ€ you finally might get around to reading it.
SundayÂ -Â Declutter something that you are keeping â€œjust in caseâ€ you fall on hard times and canâ€™t afford to replace it. There is no end of items that you really wonâ€™t actually ever NEED ~ find a use for yes, but need NO!