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Old 03-18-2005 12:11:43 AM
URL: http://www.oldewash.com/
Description: With modern plumbing we no longer have to heat the water on the old cook stove, pour it in the washer and rinse tubs, then after the wash, haul it outside. In rural areas, before REA electrical distribution services became available, the farmer would usually have to stay around the house for awhile on Monday morning to get the old kick-start, 2-cycle gasoline washing machine engine running. Many of this older, and experienced generation can produce evidence, in the form of scars, which attest to past dangers of using a wringer washing machine.
Category: General Interest and Misc. Links
Tags: Maytag, easy, wringer, washer
Views: 735
User: Harry (View All of Harry's Links)


 




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