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Old 20.08.2019, 12:44
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Our Miele tumbler has proper "cool". You can also put it on a "basket" setting which doesn't toss it about too much.

The warm setting can also be adjusted from furnace blast to warm fart.
Just what I want, warm fart laundry. Sounds SO appealing.
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Just what I want, warm fart laundry. Sounds SO appealing.
Sorry! Was the first example of equivalent temperature I could think of.

For the record, I'm nothing big in marketing.
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Old 20.08.2019, 14:54
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I strongly doubt that 10 deg more or less make a difference here.
I have seen quite a difference. lacaste polos say 40 deg. I used to wash them at 40 and they shrank quite quickly. at 30 they are fine.
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Old 20.08.2019, 14:57
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Re: washing machine settings

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Our Miele tumbler has proper "cool". You can also put it on a "basket" setting which doesn't toss it about too much.

The warm setting can also be adjusted from furnace blast to warm fart.
basket setting is actually designed for a miele accessory which fits inside and then you put shoes on it. the basket itself does not spin around, the idea is that the items themselves remain totally static.

here it is....

https://www.galaxus.ch/de/s2/product...xoC7FoQAvD_BwE
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The warm setting can also be adjusted from furnace blast to warm fart.

So what setting do I look for exactly in my German Wash Machine? Am unable to find "Warm Furz" !!
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