wash load

wash load

[′wäsh ‚lōd]
(geology)
The finer part of the total sediment load of a stream which is supplied from bank erosion or an external upstream source, and which can be carried in large quantities.
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Always remove your wash load as soon as the cycle has finished.
The revised EU labels carry simple symbols - thumbnail-sized line drawings which demonstrate a machine's performance and characteristics, such as fridge/freezer storage capacity, a dishwasher's annual water consumption, the number of place settings or kilo weight of the wash load, even a washing machine's noise levels in decibels during washing and spinning cycles.
Arshad Jabbar said, This machine has the capability to automatically calculate the amount of water, detergent and wash time required based on the quantity of the wash load you put in which ensures a hassle free operation for our consumer.
You can put them in with your wash load, it hasn't made much of an impact on the amount of washing I do.
ITH the kids back at school and the chill starting to set in, the wash load will start to increase.
G 78 series washers feature new upper spray arm, which provide additional coverage of the wash load.
It can sense the weight of the wash load and automatically decides the optimum wash program, the required water level and the wash time.
Cons First, there's the niggling fear that one day the glutinous shell might not fully dissolve as intended - instead becoming attached to some part of your wash load you'd rather it didn't, like a gluey toffee clinging stubbornly to a back molar.
Once, when we were due to stay with friends for the weekend, I had to phone them up to tell them we'd be late because The Ideal Husband wanted to put a wash load on before we went, rather than leave it all until Sunday night.
A typical washing machine can use up to 62 gallons of water per wash load.