Looking through our Twitter feed, we found some appliance tweets to share with you.
We start out with the sort of frustration that we all feel when a favorite product is discontinued...
I'm a laundry detergent fanatic and my favorites are discontinued. What scents do you love? Which last the longest? I need a new fav.
— Corporette Law (@CorporetteLaw) March 14, 2014
Maybe this Unknown twitter user is using a product you might like...
Every time I'm doing the laundry I stand there for like 5 mins sniffing the laundry detergent because it smells soo good.
— نادرة (@101_Unknown_) March 13, 2014
This detergent might even be a little TOO good...
My new laundry detergent smells like I wanna make sweet sweet love to it and then make it waffles in the morning.
— The Scarlet Stoner (@ScarletStoner) March 18, 2014
When the wash is done, its time for the dryer. Power stream reminds us of a good way to save some energy and prevent fires...
It can be simple to realize energy-savings. One way is by cleaning your laundry dryer's lint trap after every load. pic.twitter.com/O9EzlzKIwyPJ Shuping doesn't find cleaning the lint screen to be challenging.
— PowerStream Inc. (@PowerStreamNews) February 18, 2014
I mean is it really that hard to clean the lint out of the dryer after you use it?Kameron Anderson, thinks it is so easy to clean the lint screen, that he would rather do that than his homework. Quit stalling Kameron, and get back to work!
— PJ Shuping (@PJShuping) March 16, 2014
I'm the best at finding the most random things "to do" before I actually sit down to study. Like check if there is lint in the dryer hahaJim has some strong feelings about people who don't follow this advise...
— Kameron Anderson (@Kamderson19) March 17, 2014
Also, people who don't clean their own dryer lint out are monsters.Annie Kennedy isn't a monster...
— Jim (@JimmyMakes) March 13, 2014
I get genuinely excited to clean the lint screen from the dryer when I do my laundry. Not quite sure what this says about me as a person.Not sure if Amy Farley is a monster, but if she is, at least she is witty about it!
— Annie Kennedy (@annfran8) March 6, 2014
Of course, you could disregard our advise, and eventually have a broken dryer. If that happens make sure you hire a qualified technician or you could find yourself with a problem like this...Giving up dryer sheets for lint.
— Amy Farley (@amyfarley) March 18, 2014
I wasn't lying when I told you the dryer repair man came to fix the dryer and ended up breaking the door off instead pic.twitter.com/7U9xi2czZa
— Kameron Gorres (@kamgorres) March 4, 2014
So what did Twitter teach us today? We learned that its no fun when they stop making your favorite laundry aid. We learned that there are some great smelling options in the way of laundry detergent to try, We learned to keep our lint screen cleaned in our dryer. We learned that people have strong feelings about cleaning the lint screen, and we learned that if we neglect maintaining our appliances, things can snowball into even bigger problems. Thanks for learning with us, and we sincerely hope you find your own useful information the next time you check your Twitter account.