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Old 05-18-2015, 07:14 PM
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I don't really own a lot of fleece clothing - just a few pairs of lounge (house only) pants and shirts, slipper sox type things, and my preschooler has a bunch of fleece pajamas.

Since we switched to a front loader - the fleece stuff doesn't even seem barely damp. I know that using less water and better spinning are supposed to be the advantages of a front loader but I'm starting to wonder if the fleece clothing really gets clean? It smells "clean" but I wonder if that's cause it's stuff that doesn't get super dirty to begin with.
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