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I havent really worked this out but i think it is a pain to remember to change your clothes from the washer to the dryer. i pupose that one makes a washer that you just throw your clothes in and it drys them in the same basin hence Washdryer machine or if that cant be work out a washer that atomatically
slufs the clothes into the dryer by maybe a side opening in bolth i dunno if it can work but it would sure be easy if i could just throw my cloths in and leave the house to come home and find dry clothes in place of wet ones
Washer Dryer Combination
Just one of literally dozens of makes and models available. I believe my mother had a Whirpool or Kenmore model during my formative years. They're quite common, but the obvious limitation is that you can only do one load at a time. [jurist, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Sort of a wet-to-dry swappy thing that matches what you need with the ambient weather. [dpsyplc, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
Washer, dryer, cold water only, exhaustless combo
[kbecker, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]
||My mom was using a washer dryer combination machine for our family's laundry back in the fifties. (link)
||<link> How about a clothesline that takes clothes out when it rains, and again when it is dry?
||That's way baked (link). Watch your electricity and water bill go through the roof.
||Thats nice jurist but i wasent around in the fifties considering i was born in 86 so my bad i didnt know that they were already invented i guess it already floped because i sure dont see any of the units around today or in my liftime for that matter.