Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011 Under: Safety
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clean ones from somebody elses back? Probably by putting most of the upper body in the washer or dryer- those top loaders are like sewers. As ones legs dangle from off the ground  clothes are taken out of the machine while trying to find the floor at the same time. It's a balancing act, trust me!  People with back or leg problems may have difficulty by having to bend down to remove clothes from the machine. As with age front loaders can make one feel like they are in a huddle on a football field.  Ready to retire this mess?,(see last weeks article-although buy back was never mentioned).  There is always a creative approach to removing clothers from a washer or dryer. This can be done by using a vaccum, so you can suck up the hard to reach items from the washer or dryer or use tong grabbers to provide you with the extra reaching capability you may need to do this.  Manufacturers have often made products to perform a task, but yet without the accomodation of  the people "inside that little box".

IDEA

It may be time to take those people out of that little box, besides it wasn't a really good idea to do that anyway.  Products and technology have advanced in that they offer more options within a product. These are known as bells and whistles.  Because mobility and difficulty of use have become a common ground for lots of people these days, what was once considered an option or extra if you were willing to pay has now become standard due to safety as safety should not be a luxury and only for those who can afford it. If washers and dryers are built or equipped with a "tub and bin lift" such accessories will benefit those who present with physical problem or hindrance.  The bin or tub inside a washing machine or dryer is where your clothes are placed to get cleaned or dried. If the bin or tub were able to automatically be raised from the bottom by providing this function on washers and dryers, it will enable a person to get their clothes out of either machine carefully and will eliminate unnecessary reaching or bending in order to do this.  After you wash or dry your clothes you just enable the "tub and bin lift" feature on the machine. This will lift or raise the inner part or bottom of the bin or tub so that you can now remove your clothes easier and with minimal difficulty. Because the bin or tub raises itself so that it places your clothes so that they are within your reach and can be removed without a lot of effort.  By having this function on washers and dryers will reduce the bodily strain on a person when doing such chores routinely. Instead of wringing yourself with sweat and being hung out to dry afterwards, let's make life's chores a bit easier to manage.  The washer and dryer bin and tub lift will make this task a wrinkle free one!

In : Safety 



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Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011 Under: Safety
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clean ones from somebody elses back? Probably by putting most of the upper body in the washer or dryer- those top loaders are like sewers. As ones legs dangle from off the ground  clothes are taken out of the machine while trying to find the floor at the same time. It's a balancing act, trust me!  People with back or leg problems may have difficulty by having to bend down to remove clothes from the machine. As with age front loaders can make one feel like they are in a huddle on a football field.  Ready to retire this mess?,(see last weeks article-although buy back was never mentioned).  There is always a creative approach to removing clothers from a washer or dryer. This can be done by using a vaccum, so you can suck up the hard to reach items from the washer or dryer or use tong grabbers to provide you with the extra reaching capability you may need to do this.  Manufacturers have often made products to perform a task, but yet without the accomodation of  the people "inside that little box".

IDEA

It may be time to take those people out of that little box, besides it wasn't a really good idea to do that anyway.  Products and technology have advanced in that they offer more options within a product. These are known as bells and whistles.  Because mobility and difficulty of use have become a common ground for lots of people these days, what was once considered an option or extra if you were willing to pay has now become standard due to safety as safety should not be a luxury and only for those who can afford it. If washers and dryers are built or equipped with a "tub and bin lift" such accessories will benefit those who present with physical problem or hindrance.  The bin or tub inside a washing machine or dryer is where your clothes are placed to get cleaned or dried. If the bin or tub were able to automatically be raised from the bottom by providing this function on washers and dryers, it will enable a person to get their clothes out of either machine carefully and will eliminate unnecessary reaching or bending in order to do this.  After you wash or dry your clothes you just enable the "tub and bin lift" feature on the machine. This will lift or raise the inner part or bottom of the bin or tub so that you can now remove your clothes easier and with minimal difficulty. Because the bin or tub raises itself so that it places your clothes so that they are within your reach and can be removed without a lot of effort.  By having this function on washers and dryers will reduce the bodily strain on a person when doing such chores routinely. Instead of wringing yourself with sweat and being hung out to dry afterwards, let's make life's chores a bit easier to manage.  The washer and dryer bin and tub lift will make this task a wrinkle free one!

In : Safety 



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Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011 Under: Safety
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clean ones from somebody elses back? Probably by putting most of the upper body in the washer or dryer- those top loaders are like sewers. As ones legs dangle from off the ground  clothes are taken out of the machine while trying to find the floor at the same time. It's a balancing act, trust me!  People with back or leg problems may have difficulty by having to bend down to remove clothes from the machine. As with age front loaders can make one feel like they are in a huddle on a football field.  Ready to retire this mess?,(see last weeks article-although buy back was never mentioned).  There is always a creative approach to removing clothers from a washer or dryer. This can be done by using a vaccum, so you can suck up the hard to reach items from the washer or dryer or use tong grabbers to provide you with the extra reaching capability you may need to do this.  Manufacturers have often made products to perform a task, but yet without the accomodation of  the people "inside that little box".

IDEA

It may be time to take those people out of that little box, besides it wasn't a really good idea to do that anyway.  Products and technology have advanced in that they offer more options within a product. These are known as bells and whistles.  Because mobility and difficulty of use have become a common ground for lots of people these days, what was once considered an option or extra if you were willing to pay has now become standard due to safety as safety should not be a luxury and only for those who can afford it. If washers and dryers are built or equipped with a "tub and bin lift" such accessories will benefit those who present with physical problem or hindrance.  The bin or tub inside a washing machine or dryer is where your clothes are placed to get cleaned or dried. If the bin or tub were able to automatically be raised from the bottom by providing this function on washers and dryers, it will enable a person to get their clothes out of either machine carefully and will eliminate unnecessary reaching or bending in order to do this.  After you wash or dry your clothes you just enable the "tub and bin lift" feature on the machine. This will lift or raise the inner part or bottom of the bin or tub so that you can now remove your clothes easier and with minimal difficulty. Because the bin or tub raises itself so that it places your clothes so that they are within your reach and can be removed without a lot of effort.  By having this function on washers and dryers will reduce the bodily strain on a person when doing such chores routinely. Instead of wringing yourself with sweat and being hung out to dry afterwards, let's make life's chores a bit easier to manage.  The washer and dryer bin and tub lift will make this task a wrinkle free one!

In : Safety 



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Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011 Under: Safety
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clean ones from somebody elses back? Probably by putting most of the upper body in the washer or dryer- those top loaders are like sewers. As ones legs dangle from off the ground  clothes are taken out of the machine while trying to find the floor at the same time. It's a balancing act, trust me!  People with back or leg problems may have difficulty by having to bend down to remove clothes from the machine. As with age front loaders can make one feel like they are in a huddle on a football field.  Ready to retire this mess?,(see last weeks article-although buy back was never mentioned).  There is always a creative approach to removing clothers from a washer or dryer. This can be done by using a vaccum, so you can suck up the hard to reach items from the washer or dryer or use tong grabbers to provide you with the extra reaching capability you may need to do this.  Manufacturers have often made products to perform a task, but yet without the accomodation of  the people "inside that little box".

IDEA

It may be time to take those people out of that little box, besides it wasn't a really good idea to do that anyway.  Products and technology have advanced in that they offer more options within a product. These are known as bells and whistles.  Because mobility and difficulty of use have become a common ground for lots of people these days, what was once considered an option or extra if you were willing to pay has now become standard due to safety as safety should not be a luxury and only for those who can afford it. If washers and dryers are built or equipped with a "tub and bin lift" such accessories will benefit those who present with physical problem or hindrance.  The bin or tub inside a washing machine or dryer is where your clothes are placed to get cleaned or dried. If the bin or tub were able to automatically be raised from the bottom by providing this function on washers and dryers, it will enable a person to get their clothes out of either machine carefully and will eliminate unnecessary reaching or bending in order to do this.  After you wash or dry your clothes you just enable the "tub and bin lift" feature on the machine. This will lift or raise the inner part or bottom of the bin or tub so that you can now remove your clothes easier and with minimal difficulty. Because the bin or tub raises itself so that it places your clothes so that they are within your reach and can be removed without a lot of effort.  By having this function on washers and dryers will reduce the bodily strain on a person when doing such chores routinely. Instead of wringing yourself with sweat and being hung out to dry afterwards, let's make life's chores a bit easier to manage.  The washer and dryer bin and tub lift will make this task a wrinkle free one!

In : Safety 



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Laundromat Theory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, June 2, 2011 Under: Safety
As of now if you are reading this blog you are either unemployed, underemployed or maybe very fortunate financially and have a great amount of time on your hands to sift through the internet to see what others have to say.  I would include retired as well but that was discussed in an article written last week. 

Washing machines are not made to accomodate people with disabilities, injuries, petite persons or those small in size.  So how do these people wash clothes, if they can't wear the clean ones from somebody elses back? Probably by putting most of the upper body in the washer or dryer- those top loaders are like sewers. As ones legs dangle from off the ground  clothes are taken out of the machine while trying to find the floor at the same time. It's a balancing act, trust me!  People with back or leg problems may have difficulty by having to bend down to remove clothes from the machine. As with age front loaders can make one feel like they are in a huddle on a football field.  Ready to retire this mess?,(see last weeks article-although buy back was never mentioned).  There is always a creative approach to removing clothers from a washer or dryer. This can be done by using a vaccum, so you can suck up the hard to reach items from the washer or dryer or use tong grabbers to provide you with the extra reaching capability you may need to do this.  Manufacturers have often made products to perform a task, but yet without the accomodation of  the people "inside that little box".

IDEA

It may be time to take those people out of that little box, besides it wasn't a really good idea to do that anyway.  Products and technology have advanced in that they offer more options within a product. These are known as bells and whistles.  Because mobility and difficulty of use have become a common ground for lots of people these days, what was once considered an option or extra if you were willing to pay has now become standard due to safety as safety should not be a luxury and only for those who can afford it. If washers and dryers are built or equipped with a "tub and bin lift" such accessories will benefit those who present with physical problem or hindrance.  The bin or tub inside a washing machine or dryer is where your clothes are placed to get cleaned or dried. If the bin or tub were able to automatically be raised from the bottom by providing this function on washers and dryers, it will enable a person to get their clothes out of either machine carefully and will eliminate unnecessary reaching or bending in order to do this.  After you wash or dry your clothes you just enable the "tub and bin lift" feature on the machine. This will lift or raise the inner part or bottom of the bin or tub so that you can now remove your clothes easier and with minimal difficulty. Because the bin or tub raises itself so that it places your clothes so that they are within your reach and can be removed without a lot of effort.  By having this function on washers and dryers will reduce the bodily strain on a person when doing such chores routinely. Instead of wringing yourself with sweat and being hung out to dry afterwards, let's make life's chores a bit easier to manage.  The washer and dryer bin and tub lift will make this task a wrinkle free one!

In : Safety 



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