Please help me make peace with my high efficiency washer.
June 11, 2014 6:27 PM Subscribe
I recently moved into an eco-friendly apartment building, and my unit has this
high-efficiency Whirlpool washer. I foolishly did not consider how having this type of washer would impact my lifestyle- namely, that there is no way
it can accommodate my full-size comforter. I really do not
want to drive down to the laundromat every time I have to wash my comforter. If you have a HE washer, how to do work around this issue? Are there thinner, more heat-insulating comforters out there?
posted by invisible ink to Shopping (13 answers total) 3 users marked this as a favorite
I should note that I take my showers at night, and set my thermostat to 73°F to help disperse the shower steam, and provide a comfortable environment for sleeping.
I also fall asleep faster when I feel protected and wrapped in a snuggly blanket (i.e., not a thin flat sheet-type of blanket).
Thanks to everyone in advance.