This is great because I do not have a great deal of whites when time to do my laundry. I usually have to wait two weeks in order to do one load of whites. Now I can put them in this little gem and get it done. It works great too.
I am using it separate from the full washer. It's on a little table. (I have little rock placed on top of a Sensor button and a box on top of it.) The full washer is difficult for my younger kids to use, so it's makes it perfect teaching tool. I also use This little washer as a second washer to acomplesh my chores faster.
Well, I love the convenience of it for small loads and the cleanliness of the clothes, but is seems there is water that remains in the unit under the agitation part of the unit, which if not used very frequently, sours and leaves a very unpleasant odor. I am also experiencing an odor from the front load washer. Model 796.4126. And, so far over three (3) months I am very dissatisfied with the operation of the front load washer. I have washed a complete load of clothes on "regular" setting and after the wash, rinse and spin, there are clothes that have not even been saturated by water. I have used a HE washer since 2014 and this was a replacement for one that could not be fixed due to inability to get parts due to age of appliance. I understand the concept of "HE" washer, but for your clothes not to be saturated at all, doesn't fall within that definition. I also can not determine why the odor. Never experienced it with my other washer. Whirlpool HE. Intend to call for service on both appliances. First I am going to test the amount of water discharged after the wash and rinse cycles by allowing it to flow into a bucket rather than the outflow/discharge pipe. I would not recommend this front load model or the pedestal model, unless I can determine why I am having the issues I have.