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Old 11-25-2012, 08:19 AM   #21
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We were told not to use dryer sheets, is this anything like using them?
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:58 AM   #22
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We were told not to use dryer sheets, is this anything like using them?
Who said that and why?
These are Detergent, softener and anti static sheets.
Most people think these are just dryer sheets but you need to read more about them.

Still wondering why someone said no to these in RV Combos?

I just sent them an email asking if they are ok.
Should have a reply answer next week.

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The guy from Camping World that installed it told us that. I will wait and see what reply you get back. Just curious, it would be great if they work. Let us know.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:34 PM   #24
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The guy from Camping World that installed it told us that. I will wait and see what reply you get back. Just curious, it would be great if they work. Let us know.
All I got back was the email says not to use.
I replied and asked for a better answer and he replied saying that too much suds will effect the washer.
I guess this guy has never used these sheets because they don't give off a lot of suds. Actually I think these give off very little because they are for small washers like this.
So anyway we will continue to use.
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:36 PM   #25
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We were told not to use dryer sheets, is this anything like using them?
Just to be clear they are not just a dryer sheet.
It is a measurement of soap added to the cloth for the wash cycle and the final dryer smell.
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Old 11-27-2012, 09:55 AM   #26
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The Splendide website says not to use a dryer sheet. It does say to use a liquid fabric softener which will allow the clothes to fall freely from the drum after high spins and tumbles freely during the dry cycle. With the ventless model, moisture is removed from the laundry in the form of steam which is condensed back into water and pumped out the drain. The ventless model is the one I am considering. Does anyone have this particular one?
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Something to pass on to all who have washer dryers.
Here is a no mess cloth that has soap and softener in it.
It is all you need to do a load

Here is what Walmart has advertised.
Purex Complete 3-in-1 Laundry Sheets - Walmart.com
Great product, use at campground laundry mats all the time, so convenient
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The Splendide website says not to use a dryer sheet. It does say to use a liquid fabric softener which will allow the clothes to fall freely from the drum after high spins and tumbles freely during the dry cycle. With the ventless model, moisture is removed from the laundry in the form of steam which is condensed back into water and pumped out the drain. The ventless model is the one I am considering. Does anyone have this particular one?

I have the vented type and I think it is the better of the two models.
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RV Chick, we got the vented model and love it. Did some research and got some bad reviews on the ventless model. Just check it out before buying. Good luck!
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Well Iggy, still don't know what to do? I may try the sheets if you are using them. Went to Walmart today but could not find them. Is that where you get yours?
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