|Re: Laundry||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Michael McIntyre (aragonumich.edu)|
|Date: Mon, 6 Jul 1998 16:10:29 -0500|
> In a message dated 7/4/98 12:53:01 PM, you wrote: > > <<The Laundry Concept from the Katie & Chuck slide show .... i believe that's > the source. > and it's this: if machines are in use, you put your LAUNDRY Basket in > line..... > if a machine ahead has stopped, put the neighbors into or out of the > drier.......and eventually it all gets washed and dried, tho, as i recall, > folding did not happen!!!>> > > Yikes, I would not like this system. I usually have things that go in the > drier and things that don't. And on sunny days, I hang my clothes on the > line. I wouldn't want someone putting my clothes in the drier. Also, > starting someone else's wash - how do you know if they like hot or cold water, > etc.? How does this work other places? This is fairly easy to deal with via a note clothespinned to each basket in the queue indicating owner and any special instructions. e.g. wash warm/cold; do not dry, etc. Or just don't put the basket in the queue. Standard student co-op drill. _________________________________________________________________ Michael McIntyre Sunward Cohousing of Ann Arbor michael [at] ic.org www.sunward.org 734-998-7140 info [at] sunward.org 734-930-6425
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