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Friday, June 18, 2010

Whirlpool Washing machines

So I bought a new Whirlpool washing machine again! This one is worse than the other one.  I puts me clothes in and out they comes with chit all over them. It takes about two months for the stuff to build up in the back of the machine and then it dumps it all over your clothes Then they say its been good for two months well maybe. If I examines the chit its got a build up of all the stuff that has gone in there and if you are washing nappies then there is shit. Given time the microbes multiply and you gets ecol i forming. Sounds gross it is, cause it goes onto your sheets and pillow slips and now you start sneezing. Ever wondered why.

Lets start with what a washing machine is to do:- wash clothes and sheets etc. Do the same for years. Filter the large pieces out so there is no buildup in the machine.
How do you test if it is doing so. Two ways, one put the clothes in the drier and see how much lint is in the drier filter. Two if you don't have a drier then hang them on the line and give them a bash and watch for the dust. If there is dust then your machine is a chitter. If there is lint in your drier filter or dust in the air then your washing machine is doing a chit arse job.
You and your family will get sick Asama, allergies etc. It is given that you will without a doubt in time get sick from your washing machine......That's a promise and I seldom use the word Promise. As for the new machine I am going to get my money back again And then I will let you know how it happens.
Around 85% of children with allergic asthma, and about 10% of the population, are sensitive to house dust mites, which are unfortunately found in every home, no matter how clean. What is less known is that it is actually the house dust mite protein (DER p1) found in their minute droppings and decomposing body parts, which cause respiratory allergic reactions. An allergy to house dust mites can also be linked to atopic eczema.[3]

Unfortunately, they breed in our favorite place - the bed. They live in mattresses, pillows and duvets, where there is an abundance of food (our skin flakes) and high humidity (our sweat). The average bed can easily have over 10,000 dust mites living in it, and over two million droppings.

And here are some more horrible facts:

-- There are 1,000 dust mites per teaspoon (1 gram) of house dust

-- Their numbers have increased dramatically in the past 20 to 30 years, because of increasingly closed and warmer homes

-- They are so light and tiny that they float easily into the air when disturbed by our daily activities. Inhaling these minute particles causes allergic reactions in those who are sensitive to the protein

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