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Miele washer and miele dryer

Henny Salim
1 September 2015
Im thinking of buying miele washer and dryer separately. Would anyone share their experience using them? The salesperson told me that buy using Miele, i won't have to need to iron my shirts again. Woohoo. I really expect that from miele,since their price is $$$$$$. Is he telling the truth? Thanks for the advice.

Comments (2)

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    Vincent Flasch Interior Design Inc.
    Miele is worth the money but I'm not sure if you won't have to iron your shirts...
    There must be a functioning Miele showroom in your area? I'd call and ask if they can run your shirts through a cycle and prove this? They'll probably be all over that. Appliance galleries love showing how their appliances work. They cook meals and bake and do laundry to prove it!
  • lapsangtea

    Um, you will have to iron your shirts. For the money, you could buy something cheaper and have your shirts ironed. But-- I have a Miele washer and love it, and will replace it with another. It just washes so much better than others I've used. I put all kinds of dry clean only stuff in there, lots of professional work clothes, Miele takes good care of them. On the other end of the spectrum, clothes-wise: the older model I have heats very high and I used it when my kiddos were in diapers to wash cloth diapers--I would NOT have done that in a lesser machine (especially when my nice clothes were going in there later in the week!). But they came out like new. Super clean every time. Highly recommend.

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