Com­ing clean

The Daily Telegraph - - Letters to the editor -

SIR – Hav­ing grown up in Canada, where all houses had a base­ment to keep the wash­ing ma­chine, when I came to Britain I thought it clever that these de­vices could be made small enough to fit in a stan­dard kitchen cab­i­net space (Let­ters, July 17).

I still do. Keith Macpherson

Hous­ton, Ren­frew­shire

SIR – Why don’t peo­ple put their wash­ing ma­chines in the bath­room next to the linen bas­ket?

It would seem to be a more log­i­cal lo­ca­tion than the kitchen. An­nie Boon

Wan­tage, Ox­ford­shire

SIR – The vi­sion of my grand­par­ents heav­ing the weekly wash out of a cop­per and through a man­gle puts the whole wash­ing-ma­chine-in-thek­itchen thing into per­spec­tive. Elv­ina Parker

Overton, Hamp­shire

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