Our spin dryers remove excess moisture from your washing load in a speedy and efficient manner, leaving it with less residual water.
They are easy to move and small enough to operate in a restricted space.
With a spin speed of 3200rpm this gravity drain spin dryer from Panda is designed to remove as much excess moisture as possible from your laundry, thereby reducing drying times and costs and helping to prolong the life of your laundered items by removing more harmful mineral deposits and detergents than your washing machine can alone.
Completely Safe with Safety Locking Lid and Stabilizing rubber feetModel: PANSP22Voltage Frequency： 110V-120V/60HzCapacity Max: 22lbsSpin RMP: 3200Power: 300WStainless Steel DrumSafety Locking LidStabilizing rubber feetDimension: measuring 25.
The kit includes a high quality synthetic brush head and 6 durable rods that extend up to 12 feet and can be used with or without a power drill.
By regularly removing lint buildup from your dryer duct you can reduce the risk of dryer fires and extend the life of your dryer.
Easy to use with simple instructions, this dryer vent cleaning kit delivers superior results and will help you prevent costly repairs.
Are you worried about dangerous lint buildup in your dryer vent? Does it seem that the dryer is taking longer to dry your clothes? Deflecto’s durable and effective Dryer Duct Cleaning Kit will help you reduce drying time and improve dryer performance.
Nominated for 7 Oscars(r) including Best Picture, Martin McDonagh’s dramedy is “darkly comic, chronically compelling”–New York Daily News.
Winner of 2 Academy Awards(r) In an Oscar(r) winning performance, Frances McDormand stars as the outraged mother of a murdered daughter who makes a bold move: painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby (Academy Award nominee Woody Harrelson), the town’s revered chief of police.
When his second-in-command Officer Dixon (Oscar-winner Sam Rockwell), an immature mother’s boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing’s law enforcement is only exacerbated.
The Kenmore 75132 Gas Dryer takes the guesswork out of drying laundry.
This easy-to-operate gas Kenmore dryer takes a lot of the hassle out of doing laundry so you can actually enjoy your day.
gas dryer’s extra-large capacity means it can tackle cumbersome loads, like towels and bedding, with ease.
SmartDry Plus technology uses 2 moisture sensors and a temperature sensor to adjust the dry cycle, ensuring dry clothes each time without damaging fabrics.
The Auto Dry feature uses an integrated thermostat to monitor and control drying temperature and moisture.
This Kenmore dryer has 4 temperature settings and an air dry option.
Please confirm that you’ve selected the correct fuel type before completing purchase.
With the help of sensors and custom cycles, your clothes are sure to come out dry every single time.
No more trekking to the laundromat for a specialty dryer.
No more heat damage, re-drying, or having to guess how long a load will need in the dryer.
From your lightest delicates to the drippiest towels, this dryer has the right settings for just about any load you toss in.
If your home is not equipped with a gas supply line, you may need to purchase an electric dryer.
Wrinkle Guard lets you do laundry on your terms by giving a load a quick toss to prevent set-in wrinkles for up to 150 minutes after the dry cycle so you can run errands or take a nap without needing to iron out the laundry.
This GAS DRYER requires a 3-prong 110v grounded electrical outlet and a gas supply line with an above floor shut-off valve on the same floor level as the dryer and within 3-feet of the appliance location.
INDOOR DRYER VENT LINT TRAP – Double filter system captures lint and dust for healthier indoor environment. The stainless steel screen acts as a pre-filter capturing large lint particles, pet hair, etc. and can be cleaned with a sweeping motion of the hand. The polyester filter will capture the finer lint dust and can be vacuumed clean for extended use or replaced when fully loaded with lint.
Haruko and Margot meet at the high school in Crystal City, a “family internment camp” for those accused of colluding with the enemy.
Haruko finds herself consumed by fear for her soldier brother and distrust of her father, who she knows is keeping something from her.
With everything around them falling apart, Margot and Haruko find solace in their growing, secret friendship.
The war seemed far away from Margot in Iowa and Haruko in Colorado–until they were uprooted to dusty Texas, all because of the places their parents once called home: Germany and Japan.
The teens discover that they are polar opposites in so many ways, except for one that seems to override all the others: the camp is changing them, day by day and piece by piece.
And Margot is doing everything she can to keep her family whole as her mother’s health deteriorates and her rational, patriotic father becomes a man who distrusts America and fraternizes with Nazis.
But in a prison the government has deemed full of spies, can they trust anyone–even each other?.
A stunning novel of conviction, friendship, and betrayal from Monica Hesse, the Edgar Award-winning and bestselling author of Girl in the Blue CoatIt’s 1944, and World War II is raging across Europe and the Pacific.
This gorgeously illustrated volume of poetry — sprinkled with facts and fun things to do — sows an early love for nature in all its beauty and wonder.
No matter what’s outside their windows — city streets or country meadows — kids will be inspired to explore the world around them.
This beautiful book captures all the sights and sounds of a child’s interactions with nature, from planting acorns or biting into crisp apples to studying tide pools or lying back and watching the birds overhead.
Written by award-winning author Nicola Davies and illustrated by Mark Hearld, a breathtaking new talent in children’s books, Outside Your Window is a stunning reminder that the natural world is on our doorstep waiting to be discovered.
LeRoy Wiley Gresham was born in 1847 to an affluent slave-holding family in Macon, Georgia.
He continued to write even as his health deteriorated until both the war and his life ended in 1865.
LeRoy read books, devoured newspapers and magazines, listened to gossip, and discussed and debated important social and military issues with his parents and others.
Unbeknownst to LeRoy, he was chronicling his own slow and painful descent toward death in tandem with the demise of the Southern Confederacy.
The teenager’s declining health is a consistent thread coursing through his fascinating journals.
Abscesses developed; nagging coughs and pain consumed him.
He wrote daily for five years, putting pen to paper with a vim and tongue-in-cheek vigor that impresses even now, more than 150 years later.
He recorded—often in horrific detail—an increasingly painful and debilitating disease that robbed him of his childhood.
“I feel more discouraged [and] less hopeful about getting well than I ever did before,” he wrote on March 17, 1863.
” Morphine and a score of other “remedies” did little to ease his suffering.
Alternating between bouts of euphoria and despondency, he often wrote, “Saw off my leg.
Just as Anne Frank has come down to us as the adolescent voice of World War II, LeRoy Gresham will now be remembered as the young voice of the Civil War South.
After a horrific leg injury left him an invalid, the educated, inquisitive, perceptive, and exceptionally witty 12-year-old began keeping a diary in 1860–just as secession and the Civil War began tearing the country and his world apart.
His unique manuscript of the demise of the Old South—lauded by the Library of Congress as one of its premier holdings—is published here for the first time in The War Outside My Window: The Civil War Diary of LeRoy Wiley Gresham, 1860-1865.
His practical, philosophical, and occasionally Twain-like hilarious observations cover politics and the secession movement, the long and increasingly destructive Civil War, family pets, a wide variety of hobbies and interests, and what life was like at the center of a socially prominent wealthy family in the important Confederate manufacturing center of Macon.
The young scribe often voiced concern about the family’s pair of plantations outside town, and recorded his interactions and relationships with “servants” Howard, Allen, Eveline, and others as he pondered the fate of human bondage and his family’s declining fortunes.
”The War Outside My Window, edited and annotated by Janet Croon with helpful footnotes and a detailed family biographical chart, captures the spirit and the character of a young privileged white teenager witnessing the demise of his world even as his own body slowly failed him.
He’s the down-to-earth, loving, and protective man she never thought she’d find.
She’s determined to balance work, marriage, and motherhood, as the couple awaits their first child .
Until a devastated Brayden starts putting his career above everything else.
Little by little, Chenille picks up the pieces as she and Brayden try to make their marriage work once more.
Warren’s novels “Filled with love, betrayal, heartbreak and forgiveness.
”—Library Journal on The Pastor’s Husband .
And with her own successful career, Chenille plans to be more than just a famous athlete’s wife.
Until their son is born with a crippling heart ailment.
And when tragedy strikes, Chenille struggles to find a reason to go on—as Brayden takes comfort from anywhere but home .
”—Kimberla Lawson Roby on The Favorite Son “Highly entertaining.
Warren novel I know I’m going to get two things—a riveting story and a faith boost!” —ReShonda Tate Billingsley All of Chenille Abrams’ dreams came true the day she married NFL star Brayden Carpenter.
But when he fathers a baby that the mother can’t keep, will this be the final blow? Or can they find a way past betrayal into unexpected hope—to at last have a future worth everything? Praise for Tiffany L.
com on The Replacement Wife “In a fine blend of suspense and inspirational fiction, Warren spins an entertaining tale about folks misbehaving behind the pulpit in a modern African American church.