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    Quote Originally Posted by ralnphot View Post
    Maytag front loader commercial duty with water saver. Then I toss them into the dryer on permanent press cycle.
    Good grief! Imagine a raging GE vs Maytag battle. Funny, though. (btw, some doofus will probably do what you've suggested, and offer the results as a fresh and unprecedented gallery worthy innovation. shhhhhh.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jovo View Post
    Good grief! Imagine a raging GE vs Maytag battle. Funny, though. (btw, some doofus will probably do what you've suggested, and offer the results as a fresh and unprecedented gallery worthy innovation. shhhhhh.)
    Heres hoping!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RalphLambrecht View Post
    Interesting name 'Gravity Works'. By the way, when it comes to print washing, gravity does not work! Contrary to popular believe, fixer does not sink to the bottom of the washer.
    Fwiw, even though the word "gravity" is used, the primary use of gravity with these devices is as a suction to move water across the full height of each individual channel. For more information check out their website

    http://printwashers.com/

    So far mine has tested out well and the prints show almost no residual fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slumry View Post
    Fwiw, even though the word "gravity" is used, the primary use of gravity with these devices is as a suction to move water across the full height of each individual channel. For more information check out their website

    http://printwashers.com/

    So far mine has tested out well and the prints show almost no residual fix.
    slumry

    I did. They are good washers!
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