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Welcome to Gray Line Paris.
This is a personal website dedicated to bringing technical knowledge to the everyday user of personal machines.

Do you know that 80% of American households own a washing machine? And 92% of UK homes have one.

Thats a massive amount of appliances in a single country. And even more massive are the questions asked daily. Enough to form an encyclopedia of washing machine frequently asked questions.

But so much is said about it on the world wide web. Here, I’ll be answering, in simple terms, many frequently asked questions about washing machines and laundry in general.

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Is 1200 rpm good for a washing machine?


Washing Machine FAQs

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My washing machine runs at 1200 rpm max and it cleans my laundry just fine… or maybe I’ll ask my neighbors if …




Is it safe to use a leaking washing machine?


Washing Machine FAQs

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Washing machine leakage is not uncommon. Laundry users are tempted to leave a leaking washer unattended because it does not stop the …




Is it ok to put poopy pants in the washing machine?


Washing Machine FAQs

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There are about 540 billion bacteria per gram of dry feces. Sadly, washing clothes in a washing machine does not kill them …




Do Washing Machines Use a Lot of Electricity?


Washing Machine FAQs

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It depends on how much is viewed as a lot of electricity. When compared with smaller household appliances, a washing machine uses …




Can Washing Machines Affect Wifi?


Washing Machine FAQs

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This is an interesting question. I’m right here on my computer, connected to a wifi. Actually, I do this every day. Work …




What Happens If You Don’t Rinse Your Clothes?


Laundry FAQs

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I’ve always wondered how much easier life would have been if we just wash our clothes, dry them and throw them on …