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Rwake901

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For those who have a Washer/Dryer Combo, one machine that washes and dry’s the clothes. Are they any good? We are now spending the winters in Florida and it would be nice to not to have to go the the laundromat to do our clothes. I know it will probably be a lot smaller loads but it would be nice to do laundry in the RV. If you like yours what brand do you have? Thanks

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This question comes up and the overwhelming answers are positive. Learn to use it properly and do not overload it.


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Splendide combo. DW loves it. Yeah, small loads. But she just puts in a load, sets it to wash and dry, and we go off and do whatever we have planned. Come back to a clean, dry load of laundry. Repeat if necessary.

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Two things the wife wanted if we were to gow full time
1, a fifth wheel. she didn't want a steering wheel in the living room.
2, a washer/dryer. She hadn't been to a laundromat in 35 years and wasn't about to go back.
Our first 5er dealer had a dented combo unit and gave us a deal on it.
We're on our second Splendidi combo as we traded for a larger trailer and left the first when we traded.


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Rwake901 wrote:

For those who have a Washer/Dryer Combo, one machine that washes and dry’s the clothes. Are they any good? We are now spending the winters in Florida and it would be nice to not to have to go the the laundry mat to do our clothes. I know it will probably be a lot smaller loads but it would be nice to do laundry in the RV. If you like yours what brand do you have? Thanks


We have had both. The combo is good, better than going to the laundry. The stackable are much better.


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Splende combo, vented model, not cheap, small loads, works great, will never go back to a laundramat. Pick your clothes to be wash-n-wear. Loads are not really all that small - we do our king-size bed sheets and pillow cases in one load. Just two of us so the BIG sticks n bricks laudry equipment is not missed at all. Occasional access to a full size laudry facility for large items like comforters is welcome occasionally.


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The vented Splindide 2100XC is great. It does smaller loads than a typical home unit but does a great job. Been full time for over 8 years with our Splindide.

Most of the complaints you see are from people that do not read and follow the instructions. You cannot use detergent pods as they have too much detergent for the small washer. You must use a HE rated detergent.

We have not used a commercial laundry facility in over 8 years.

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Thanks for the reply’s. Wow I’ve been checking on the combo washers/dryers and they aren’t cheap! I thought maybe you could buy one for around $800.00 since they are so small but they are more like $1400.00. Might be going to the laundromat for a while yet. lol

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Rwake901 wrote:

Thanks for the reply’s. Wow I’ve been checking on the combo washers/dryers and they aren’t cheap! I thought maybe you could buy one for around $800.00 since they are so small but they are more like $1400.00. Might be going to the laundromat for a while yet. lol


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