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The cleanliness of a standard cotton wash at 40 degrees.
How clean a synthetic and polyester wash were.
How well the machine rinses away detergent on the 40degreeC cotton, short and delicates programs.
The lowest scorers for drying were fairly loud. The motor was audible, as was the movement of air and clothes in the drum.
We research the reliability of washer-dryers and give them excellent, good, satisfactory, poor or very poor ratings.
Freestanding is the most common type, built-in models can be hidden by a door, compacts are good for tight spaces
Maximum wash load
The maximum load of washing that the machine can take (generally varies between 5 and 10kg).
Maximum drying load
The maximum load of drying that the machine can take
Washing costs (£)
We've calculated annual energy costs assuming 4 washes a week. Our unit cost for electricity is 14.5p per kWh
Drying costs (£)
We've calculated annual energy costs assuming 3 loads are dried a week. Our unit cost for electricity is 14.5p per kWh
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