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    Good day, Tsikot.

    Anyone here can recommend po na most reliable brand of washing machine, 8kg capacity, my budget is 10k-5k only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3GEMS View Post
    Good day, Tsikot.

    Anyone here can recommend po na most reliable brand of washing machine, 8kg capacity, my budget is 10k-5k only.



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    Fujidenso...pero nasa 30k, inverter type, go chk sa ansons, sila pinaka mura sa lahat.

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    I don't know how Kung Kaya ng budget mo but I always buy the Korean brands.


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    Bili ka lang Non-automatic washing machine. Dont get into the hype of automatic, inverter or whstever techniologies.

    Buy identical 2 washing machines for efficient operation, and let the water flow freely and give a higher rate for the labandera (s)

    Mas ok pa yan kaysa maghulog sa mgs tig-50k to 80k wsshing machines.

    By the way, a 6.2kg Panasonic orocan body like washing machine is like P4.5k x 2. Then salary for labandera at P500 twice a month, plus say a water bill of like P200 more per month for laundry functions on top of you monthly water bill

    500 x 2 twice a month + P200 water bill x 12 = 14,400 / year + 9000 washing machine cost = 23400. Sure beats machine washed clothes, kasi may labandera ka na naman
    May personal touch


    In our case kasi the maid helps as rinser sa non-stay at home labsndera para mabilis


    One life hack I can share to you



    Btw, our laundry is for two people only (me & wife), you'll spend more kung dami kayo sa family. And also try to feed your labandera if possible para makatrabaho siya ng matino, sigurado yan if she starts early in am, baka lunch time tapos na siya. Even if half-day lang sya, give full-days rate,


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    Quote Originally Posted by minicarph View Post
    Bili ka lang Non-automatic washing machine. Dont get into the hype of automatic, inverter or whstever techniologies.

    Buy identical 2 washing machines for efficient operation, and let the water flow freely and give a higher rate for the labandera (s)

    Mas ok pa yan kaysa maghulog sa mgs tig-50k to 80k wsshing machines.

    By the way, a 6.2kg Panasonic orocan body like washing machine is like P4.5k x 2. Then salary for labandera at P500 twice a month, plus say a water bill of like P200 more per month for laundry functions on top of you monthly water bill

    500 x 2 twice a month + P200 water bill x 12 = 14,400 / year + 9000 washing machine cost = 23400. Sure beats machine washed clothes, kasi may labandera ka na naman
    May personal touch


    In our case kasi the maid helps as rinser sa non-stay at home labsndera para mabilis


    One life hack I can share to you



    Btw, our laundry is for two people only (me & wife), you'll spend more kung dami kayo sa family. And also try to feed your labandera if possible para makatrabaho siya ng matino, sigurado yan if she starts early in am, baka lunch time tapos na siya. Even if half-day lang sya, give full-days rate,


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    I have Polo shirt dresses from the late 90s that I can still wear until now. Unfortunately our current labandera has sandpaper hands ata, lahat kasi damit ko either punit, butas or kupas. So a labandera is not always the better choice

    If there's enough budget naman, I would buy inverter everything.

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    i like fully automatic with spin dryer. walk-away model, so to speak.
    and for wet days, an additional electric or lpg drier.
    you can still wash and dry even on ondoy week.

    but it costs. $$$

    for your budget, the local washer brands.. 3D.. panasonic.. sharp (?).. etc. with spin drier if budget allows.

    btw... these machines all require a goodly supply of water. if water pressure is weak in your area... forget it, po. magsisisi lang kayo.
    Last edited by dr. d; August 12th, 2016 at 10:23 AM.

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    Whirlpool WWA880 yung bago ko, nasa 16K ata kuha ko. ka alternate ng Panasonic 6.2 twin tub.

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    I'm using LG front load fully automatic. Got it discounted for 42k. Separate ang meter ng labahan namin. Ang water bill namin 25php and electric bill is around 60php per month. Weekly lang ako maglaba ng clothes namin. Maayos naman ang laba nya, sinasamahan ko pa ng steam para talagang malinis. Lumalakas lang consumption ng kuryente kapag naglalaba ko ng comforter, ginagamitan ko kasi ng dryer para di na kailangan isampay. Addt'l 1kwh lang naman pag may dryer.

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    We replaced our old 6.5kg Westinghouse washing machine with a 7.5kg Samsung for P13k 2 months ago.

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    if you have the budget, go for speed queen - commercial heavy duty washer.
    we bought it last 2008 and still working until now. price that year was 33k.

    this is the one used by laundry shops. sulit na sulit.

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