Compact Washer And Dryer

When I first moved into my current apartment, I was happy and dismayed with the clothes-washing situation. I was excited that I no longer had to go to a laundry mat (which I was going to refuse to do anyway), but was also dismayed to find that there was a compact washer and dryer in my tiny bathroom. Our place is small, but I was willing to pay the asking price for the washer, dryer, and the dishwasher. Otherwise, the place was just too small for what they landlord was asking.

The apartment is pretty modern, but I still wasn’t sure about the compact washer and dryer, even after we had moved in a signed the lease. I was sure it was better than nothing though, and I was willing to give it a go. The first time I tried the compact washer and dryer I was surprised to see how much I could fit in there, and the clothes all came out very clean. Even the dryer worked very well for its size, and our electric bill wasn’t much higher than it would have been had we not had the set.

As I became used to using the compact washer and dryer set, I began to wish there was room for it somewhere else. Though I loved it, it was a pain to have it in my bathroom. There was nowhere else to put it though, so I learned to live with it. The problems started when the dryer suddenly stopped working. I don’t know what had happened. The compact washer and dryer had worked so well, and then suddenly one day I was without a dryer. In a small apartment, that can be a huge problem.

My landlord came over to see if she could fix the compact washer and dryer on her own. I knew she couldn’t, but that is just the way she is. She finally called someone else in to fix it, but they could not seem to figure out what was wrong. She bought a new, separate dryer to go in our dining room. I am glad I have a dryer that works, but I now have less space than I did. I would recommend a compact washer and dryer to anyone who might be short on space, but be sure to have someone more qualified than a landlord with nothing else to do to fix it.

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