Vinylted

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SOLT APPLIANCES

Has any member had any experience good, bad or indifferent with SOLT appliances? I'm contemplating the purchase of a front load washer,
top brands are very expensive and last a long time, but I'm 89 and longevity is no longer an issue but value is.
Alternatively another low priced brand you may be able to recommend? Many thanks..
 
As a windup I purchased the Solt from The Good Guys, and am very pleased with it so far, early days but it washes well, is quieter than the bosch I had so all good.
 
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Sounds a good purchase. My Bosch front load washer died, and I didn't replace it with another one either.
Never saw a Solt brand before, but I bought a Fisher & Paykel front load washer from Domayne. It's far superior to my previous Bosch and much cheaper as well.
 
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Purchased a Solt dishwasher. Would not recommend as it leaves the dishes wet and smelly.
Leave the door ajar when the load is finished to air dry the machine. If you are using the eco cycle, the water temperature usually isn't hot enough. I don't have a Solt, but I never use eco cycle because I like hot water to clean the dishes. These days dishwashers don't cost much to run, so I wouldn't be concerned about the cost of the element heating the water.
 
Purchased a Solt dishwasher. Would not recommend as it leaves the dishes wet and smelly.
They don't have a separate drying element built in.. they (like most) depend on residual heat to dry the dishes. Us a hot cycle and revise what detergent you are using. Also a quality rinse aid assists drying.
 
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