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Any One Remember the Old Twin-Tubs?

I think the time may have come to buy a new washing machine.

I have been dreading this, as I do love my washer. But I cant help but dream of a shiny new one! White, black, little, large, snazzy or plain?! I do know that it must be able to put up with my constant washing demands. With a busy family now the washing basket seems to be constantly full! How!? One of lifes mysteries, I suppose.

I had been looking at the wide range of washing machine’s from Russell Hobbs and trying to choose which one would be best for us (I say Us, but I mean Me, it’s only me that does the washing!). It made me wonder how my nan (who raised me) used to get all her washing done. Up until I was around 6 or 7, she used to do all her washing in the bath with soap flakes, and a spinner was kept out in the barn to get most of the moisture out. Then we got a Twin-tub, she had had one years before and totally swore by it. It was this huge box, that was sat under out kitchen work top, and had to be dragged out each time we had do a load of washing! I remember it making an almighty racket when in use, but it was always fun, when my nan let me use the washing stick, to beat the washing as it went around and around!

Twin Tub
Twin Tub

But, back to the future… times have changed and I am so glad I no longer have to use any effort to wash all of our clothes now. My trusty old machine is on its way out, and its time to welcome a new one.

So searching the internet for great deals on great washing machines has almost become fun! only problem is, its so hard to choooooose! Click here to visit the TJ huges website and help me chose a new washer!

Hazel Newhouse

Hazel is a mum to 3 daughters and a son, she lives in Bedfordshire with her husband, kids and pets. Hazel has written for various publications, and regularly works alongside popular parenting and gardening brands.

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