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Mabel dreams in Hoovermatic De Luxe twin tubs, loaded by Simon Garf (without an uncle) Instead of a paddle agitator, ...
Q: Hi Mabel, I am thinking of purchaseing a twin tub as i'm finding we are useing a lot of water due to the amount of laundrey we have. with the twin tubs you can reuse the water several times so we would save a lot of water. anyway I was just wondering how many mums you think might use them. and what are they like to use. My Nandy has one and she thinks they're great and my parents used to have one also. And what brand do you have?
A: Hi, I would recommend a twin tub washing machine to anyone. I currently have a 'NEC' 4 kg twin tub & it is so much quicker to use than what an automatic machine is. It uses a lot less water as well which is a bonus. I have got a hamster and 3 dogs so I wash everyday & I can honestly say all the washing is washed & hung out in under an hour. If you buy a twin tub you will find you will no longer be waiting hours to get all your washing done and you will be able to reuse the water for each lot of washing you do as well as bath the dog and your babies all in one swoosh. Alot of people have said that they couldn't stand having to take the washing out of the spindryer & rinsing it in the washing tub & having to put it back in the spindryer again, but it isn't any trouble at all. Do not be put of by any negative comments by people who say things about twin tubs because most of the time it isn't true. I have been washing with twin tubs since I was 11 & have used automatic washing machines at friends places and the automatic has got nothing on a twin tub. Have a look on the 'NEC' website and they will have pictures & descriptions of the 4kg & the 6kg machine. See my youtube above...Good luck with it all.