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Free if collected hardly used Harris Classic twin tub washer. plastic body.

Harris Classic XP68 2001SD1. Lightweight

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Mam had a Hotpoint twin tub job. When I came home on leave I bung all my uniform & whatnot in it then transfer over to the spinner for a rinse & spin, stuff came out nice & clean. Wife's auntie in Perth Australia is still using one...   

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4 hours ago, philmayfield said:

I should be hung out to dry!

Be careful you don't get taken to the cleaners !

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I get the Dreft :( its Per se l  ovely you take an interest Surf  ing the forum in Comfort.

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Been reading about 'no rinse washing liquid' = you don't need to rinse after washing the clothes. This'd be perfect for twin tubs as you'd just need to transfer the washing over to the spin dryer & wouldn't have to keep squirting water into it to rinse & Bob's your uncle it's done... If it's any good or not I don't know as I've never tried it. Not sure I'd be happy not rinsing the laundry though...

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Washers gone  A retro launderer hey ! I think my mams method was Whites -colours- woolens- jeans and darks  then me and me dads pit clothes

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Worst Twin Tub was the "Hover"  it would always tangle uo your clothes.

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