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Method laundry liquid - instructions?

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mamij Fri 30-Nov-12 17:15:28

Thanks Helen! Off to do my first load this evening. -Fun!-

TheOtherHelenMumsnet (MNHQ) Fri 30-Nov-12 16:10:55

Hi all - here are the usage instructions, in English this time!


first use: twist pump to open. pump until you get a steady stream

to wash: squirt liquid into drawer or directly into the drum

2 pumps= small load

4 pumps= medium load

6 pumps= large or very dirty load

if you have very hard water add an extra pump

to pre-treat: squirt a pea-sized amount on stain. allow to stand, then wash as usual."

mamij Fri 30-Nov-12 12:59:51

I got mine today too (thanks!). But am also perplexed on how much to use. Although it says use as you normally would do, do I pump out as much in the cap as usually?

I sure hope they don't have the same bottles in the supermarket, otherwise there will be a lot of confused people!

BeerTricksPott3r Fri 30-Nov-12 10:31:24

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Sparklingbrook Fri 30-Nov-12 10:25:49

Check you emails too. I have had one with the instructions today.

Sparklingbrook Fri 30-Nov-12 10:21:41

Translated instructions near end of this thread

I want to know what the fabric conditioner situation is still. Do you need to use any?

Wolfcub Fri 30-Nov-12 10:09:09

I put it in the drawer

Rara27 Fri 30-Nov-12 07:55:41

I was just coming on to ask the same question confused I have a 7kg machine.

Sparklesandglitter Thu 29-Nov-12 21:11:41

Cheers smile does it go in the drawer or drum?or does it not matter?

Wolfcub Thu 29-Nov-12 20:13:06

I haven't received mine yet but based on the manly old one in my cupboard it's 2 pumps small load 4 medium load 6 for very large or filthy load

Sparklesandglitter Thu 29-Nov-12 20:05:11

Unfortunately my gcse French has long been forgotten can anybody please tell me how much liquid to use per wash and whether it goes in the drawer or drum, thanks!

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