laundry tub

laundry tray, laundry tub, set tub

laundry tray
A deep wide sink or tub, usually of porcelain, slate, or soapstone; used for washing clothes, etc.
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replace laundry tub and cabinet including all plumbing
I soaked the rawhide in a laundry tub for several hours.
lt;br />Custom features of the home also include a two-car garage with laundry tub, a whole house water purification system and a separate water softener, dual zoned air-conditioning and heat, custom wood shutters throughout the house, nine and ten-foot high ceilings, hurricane glass, travertine and marble floors, bleached wool carpeting, granite, hand troweled plaster walls, deluxe mouldings, fans, exquisite lighting and fixtures, and frameless shower doors.
He was convicted of second-degree murder in 2005, testifying that his wife's killing was an accident, that he'd pushed her during an argument and that she hit her head on a concrete laundry tub.
Included is a roller cleaner that screws onto a standard laundry tub or garden hose.
Pink 26-litre laundry tub, pounds 7, House of Fraser (0870 160 7270)
And as Lasky concludes, "she was not stuck in the cotton field; she was not stuck at a laundry tub.
To do so, we have turned the pages of AFS Transactions and American Foundryman; conversed for hours with industry old-timers; pored through Millis' notebooks that Lyle Jenkins (DIS technical director) handed me in his wife Joan's laundry tub during one of several visits that AFS Vice President of Technology John Lewensky and I made to their Decatur, Illinois, home; and attentively listened to the audiotapes of the 25th anniversary of ductile iron luncheon at the 1973 AFS Casting Congress in Montreal.
Adaelah and Dora-Mae grabbed the handles on the tin laundry tub and headed for the line out behind the white-pine house.
Both racks can be mounted on a wall, a door or a laundry tub and feature either a swing-arm or a fold-down operation.
Custom features of the home also include: a two-car garage with laundry tub, a whole house water purification system and a separate water softener, dual zoned air-conditioning and heat, custom wood shutters throughout the house, nine and ten-foot high ceilings, hurricane glass, travertine and marble floors, bleached wool carpeting, granite, hand troweled plaster walls, deluxe mouldings, fans, exquisite lighting and fixtures, and frameless shower doors.
Weaver skipped bail in 2000, after Minnesota prosecutors charged him with killing his wife, Jean, by setting her and their house on fire after he shoved her against a concrete laundry tub, knocking her unconscious.