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What is the trick to get non wrinkled clothes from the Splendid Washer/Dryer?


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Take the clothes out between wash and dry cycle and shake them out. Separate loads - i.e. washer loads can be twice as large as dryer loads. I tend to hang dry as many clothes as possible such as tee shirts and light weight shorts. Don't buy clothes that wrinkle easily. Don't use too much soap.


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Also, drop one of these in an empty load every once in a while. The hoiles in the drum get plugged up and inhibits the airflow.


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Too many clothes and too much soap are the biggest culprits. I recently did a load and the stretch jeans came out so wrinkled they were unwearable. I put them back in with one other item and rewashed them without any soap. Came out perfectly.

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We use a little fabric softener and add two dryer balls after washing and also shake the clothes between wash dry.


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Thank You All.

I’ll try all of these hints.

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Big Katuna wrote:

We use a little fabric softener and add two dryer balls after washing and also shake the clothes between wash dry.


We use fabric softner and dryer balls but don't take clothes out between wash + dry.

Load size is also important.


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Yes load size is key.
I would also add that there is a trap on the lower right front behind the bottom trim. that should be cleaned annually.
It’s not a lint filter. More like a coin trap. I never checked mine in ten years and this summer the unit started acting up; not rinsing right. Read the manual and cleaned it and there was three quarters, a few nickels and some pennies.

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After wearing pressed and starched shirts for so many years, I love the look of wrinkles!


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Remove from Splendide and hang.

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