Don't have room in your living space for a full-size washing machine? Portable washers have a compact size and capacity, making them ideal for apartments, casitas, and tiny homes.
One of the advantages of portable washers is being able to transfer them to and from almost anywhere. They can easily be connected to a water source, such as bathroom and kitchen sinks, to wash clothes. When not in use, they can be simply stored away in the closet. Many washers include rollers on the bottom of the appliance for mobility.
Portable washers vary in size from a modest 17" width up to a larger 29" width. Even with a smaller design, these mobile washing machines can have up to a serviceable 2.8 cu ft capacity. Dirty laundry can easily be tossed into the washer from the top loading door, so you won't have to do any excessive bending.
These washing machines are feature-rich to ensure garments, linens, and towels come out freshly clean.Select portable washers can have up to 11 wash cycles made specifically for certain types of fabrics, so your favorite cotton shirt still looks brand new after every wash. Some feature a water heater, along with up to 4 temperatures settings for warm wash modes. Dirt is shaken off thanks to the help of agitators found inside the washer on select models.
Operating portable washers will be a breeze for everyone. Many include digital user interface and touchpad control types, requiring only a few taps of your finger to get a cycle started. ADA compliant portable washers makes loading and unload laundry effortless in which controls and door access in within a high reach of 48" and low reach of 15".
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