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    donnawebb89
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    Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff, so you have less

    for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few quarters?








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    Kanette
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    <div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><DIV style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">no, my time is too valuable.


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    From: donnawebb89 <donnawebb89@yahoo.com>
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    Subject: Budget101.com : Laundry:





    Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff, so you have less
    for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few quarters?





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    Kanette
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    <div style="font-family:arial, helvetica, sans-serif;font-size:12pt;"><DIV style="FONT-SIZE: 12pt;FONT-FAMILY: arial, helvetica, sans-serif;">no, my time is too valuable.


    ----- Original Message ----
    From: donnawebb89 <donnawebb89@yahoo.com>
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Sent: Wednesday, January 2, 2008 11:52:16 PM
    Subject: Budget101.com : Laundry:





    Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff, so you have less
    for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few quarters?





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    me ow
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    If I did not work and have to run errands for mom and

    clean after the cats and make the dinner and attend

    church and attend to the hubby I would hand wash, but

    I think those days for me are over. Thank goodness

    the hubby does the laundry. My mom would hand wash

    small things, but she was raised without a washer.

    heh-heh.

    ----- Original Message ----

    > From: donnawebb89 <donnawebb89@yahoo.com>

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Sent: Wednesday, January 2, 2008 11:52:16 PM

    > Subject: Budget101.com : Laundry:

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    > Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff,

    > so you have less

    > for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few

    > quarters?

    >

    >

    >









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    bludrgn@comcast.net
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    I handwash my bras and line dry them. I put them in the bathroom sink with some cold wash soap and then take my shower, then swish them around in the sink and then let the water out and then put more water in with some fabric softener swish and then let the water drain.Generally, put them over the towel rack and they are dried when I come home from work because it is so dry here. Makes them last longer and my money is valuable because replacing them cost lots of $

    Carol from Pueblo




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    Grandma Donna
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    The only way for you to find out is to try it a couple times. I guess

    depending on what items are being washed it would be fine but then

    again you're using water might not be so efficient as the washing

    machine. If you want to get technical I guess you could find out what

    your electric meeter is before you do a load of wash and then after

    it. Then ask your electric company what those kilowats would have cost

    you for one load of laundry.



    In the OLD days when I was a teenager I used to wash my clothes all

    the time because our washer was usually broke. They still sell scrub

    boards and brushes. The hardest part is wringing out the clothes.



    Donna





    In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "donnawebb89" <donnawebb89@...> wrote:

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    > Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff, so you have less

    > for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few quarters?

    >










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    Herlean
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    My washing machine has a hand wash cycle. Just throw in

    some Woolite detergent and let it go. I do hang these

    items on the line or dry them flat on the rack if

    necessary.



    That retractable laundry line in our utility room has paid

    for itself in savings many times over. It lets me hang

    clothes to dry (and save money) year round, and not depend

    on weather conditions.



    Herlean



    --- Kanette <kanette1@sbcglobal.net> wrote:



    > no, my time is too valuable.

    >

    >

    > ----- Original Message ----

    > From: donnawebb89 <donnawebb89@yahoo.com>

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Sent: Wednesday, January 2, 2008 11:52:16 PM

    > Subject: Budget101.com : Laundry:

    >

    > Does anyone think that hand-washing the small stuff, so

    > you have less

    > for the washer, is worth the effort to save a few

    > quarters?

    >

    >

    >









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    Brandon Skinner
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