The Most Common Questions about Washer & Dryer Appliances
What is the difference between a ventilation and condenser dryer?
Ventilation Drying: The rotation and generated heat remove the moisture from the laundry and dry it. Steam is produced, which is then directed into the open air via a hose (window or shaft, etc.), no water is collected. In the case of a condenser, on the other hand, the water vapor in the appliance is collected. For this purpose, it has a collecting container. The water must be disposed of regularly. Tip: Because the water is lime-free due to the evaporation process, it is excellent as ironing water.
Which is preferred, a rotary washing line or clothes rack?
Often the amount of space is the decisive factor. As a rule, rotary lines are generally used outdoors because of their diameter. They are set into the ground, which provides stability. There are also stand-alone rotary lines which are smaller in diameter and height, these can fit in the laundry room. The alternative is the clothes racks. These include both self-standing and wall-mounted racks. Laundry racks can be used everywhere. Because of their lateral arms they offer a great amount of space. Extendable wall-mounted racks can be, for example, mounted over the bathtub and will not interfere.
What is the best way to sort laundry?
A laundry basket as a solution. Whether a basket, tub, crate, sack - no matter, we will show you with the help of photos how your storage box turns out to be a beautiful piece of furniture. You can carry out the pre-sorting with a laundry chest, in which you place all dirty laundry. Or you may consider a multi-part in which you can sort the laundry by color or wash temperature. No matter what you choose, be sure to allow good ventilation of the basket, handles, and a removable inlay to help you wash it.
There are many different clothes lines, what are the differences?
Firstly, the material. When deciding, the question arises about what distance and how fixed or removable it is. For example, there are the following options:
- Sisal and detachable,
- Removable plastic lines for short to medium-sized distances,
- Fixed, plastic-coated steel ropes for longer distances with good hold.
The selection is dependant upon whether, or not, you need to stow away you clothes line. Many interesting and useful models and solutions are offered.
What is the difference between traditional and modern clothes pegs?
We offer the classic models as a variant in plastic or wood. Plastic with spring, like the conventional model, only the spring is different. Plastic clips with different motifs where a tip of the thing to be dried is threaded through. There are also pegs that stay on the line, where socks are clipped, for example. In short, one can say that there are no limits to optical and functional diversity. Whether plastic, wood or stainless steel, we have them all. Choose from over 100 different pegs.