April 14, 2009

Two Choices #4: Top or Front?


I was filling out a survey for Harris Polls Online (where I earn points for prizes) and it was asking me about my next washer purchase. Did I anticipate a front loading machine or a top loading machine? Luckily, one of the choices was "I don't know." I know nothing about front loading machines because I've only ever used top loaders. HOWEVER, now that I think about it, I always have trouble snatching the last few socks from the bottom of the well because I'm so short. So, next time I'll be getting a front loader.


What about you?





5 comments :

  1. We've got a front loader now, after years and years and years of a top loader, and I've got to say, I don't like it as much. With a top loader washer and dryer I never had to worry about the wet clothes falling to the floor as I transferred them to the dryer (because they were side by side), but now I'm always dropping clothes as I move them to the dryer and it bugs me. Just my little two cents. :)

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  2. We have top-loaders in our building. However, a friend has a front loader and loves it. They are supposed to use less detergent, water, and energy, thereby saving you money.

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  3. Ah. Thanks for the info, Heather.

    Robin, our dryer is front load. Our washer is top load. It's annoying. I always throw the clothes into hamper, then two-handed, toss them into the dryer.

    I guess it beats going to the river and thrashing the clothes against rocks, though.

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