They shouldn't have continued to act suspicious of you once you produced the receipt. They lost your check, so it was their mistake. I would probably feel the same way you do, Muduh.
I remember the old front loading washer my mom had when we were kids. It was fun to watch the suds through the window. Didn't take much to entertain us back then. :)
I wouldn't shop there again, Muduh. That is just not good customer service. Did she apologize for treating you like a scam artist?
When the time comes for us to get a new warsher, I'm definitely going front-loader. They cost more, but it pays for itself in energy savings, plus I'm sure some of you are aware of how I feel about environmental matters :teeth.
I just watched a segment on front load washers on one of the morning news shows and front loaders are supposed to be more efficient.
Originally Posted by Ana Bannana
Remember, you have to buy the detergent for High Efficiency washers. I think the labels on those detergents say HE and I've seen them in Tide and other namebrands.
We just had our Maytag almost rebuilt not too long ago but if it goes out again I'm thinking of getting a front loader.
Well, as old fashioned as I am, I'd just know that one day I'd find the clothes in the "warsher" and the water on the floor.:ohno
Anyway I just got a new washer and dryer a short time ago, and they will probably be around longer than I will.
Mine's a Maytag too, ArchieComicFan. mr. angelic says he's heard of a few with front-loaders where the door seal goes out, so I can't convince him to get a front-loader next time. One thing I do question about them is the fact they only are suppose to use about a gallon of water to wash load..but constant clean water keeps running through the machine. My friend has one, and was explaining how it uses very little water. My hubby's clothes are SO dirty, that Im not sure it would be enough water to clean effectively.
Just got out my jar of Peter Pan Peanut Butter to peruse the ingredients and low and behold there is a warning label:
Is there really someone out there that stupid that would not think a jar of peanut butter would contain peanuts???
I mean, I know people have peanut allergies, but this is kind of ridiculous!
Peanut butter that contains peanuts, who'd have thought??? :lol
Whoa! I NEVER would have made the connection between peanuts and peanut butter. Just goes to show that you really do learn something every day!
Originally Posted by myrosiedog
Maybe i should make a peanut butter milkshake with all this pb talk. ::ehmmm::
Mudah - I think you are right in not shopping there again. Did they bother to apologize even once? A little note might be in order, or not. :shrug
Our old washer was purchased 16 or more years ago, used, for $75. My husband had repaired it a couple of times, and finally, decided that it had paid for itself more than once. :lol It is his idea to get this fancy warsher, but I wouldn't spring for the base (an extra $150). He will build one for much less than they are asking. As far as doing lots of laundry at once, the unit actually had 18 bath towels sewn together inside as a demonstration. That is a LOT of towels!
I just HAD to see this; would have never thought of making this, now I can't STOP thinking about it! :drool
Originally Posted by Amy Lee
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