For my birthday, my dear husband fulfilled my wish! A washer for the FunFinder! YAY! No more laundries!! We got the Haier 1 cu ft model
I washed a 'test' load and it holds a bunch and cleans & spins as well as our big $1000 washer.
Anyway, I think I should put some sort of shock absorber under the washer so the miles of travel (20,000+ so far) don't bounce it too much. It fits EXACTLY in the wardrobe, which I will remodel to hang the clothes higher (blog post to come) I've looked for info on the boards, and haven't found anything.
So - how are washers put in trailers? are they on springs or something to absorb the travel vibration? It will be at the back of the trailer, which is the worst location for bouncing, I think.
I am looking at these: Ideaworks JB6368 S/4 Anti Vibration Pads
or these PlumbConnect 500400 Appliance Anti Vibration Pads
But maybe just 2 or 3 layers of those modular anti-fatigue mats??
I already have them! (and I love to use things I already own)
I don't want them for the vibration (although that is probably a good idea) I want them to protect the washer from the travel bouncing.
What do you think? Any suggestions appreciated.