If you ever owned one, you will propably recognize this item right away...or Not!
Here's a few hints....
~First introduced in 1907
~Made of steel
~'Hired Girl' was an Electric Model
~Used on Farms, in Basements and on Porches
How ya doin'? Got this Vintage Thingie Tagged?
Here's a couple more hints....
~Time consuming to operate
~Hard on your Undies and Zippers
~Breaks buttons and arms
~Can still buy one today
~Parts can be found ONLINE
~Can be used as a Planter...
...Like this one. Yep, you can forget callin' the Maytag Repair Man on this HIRED GIRL!
People who live in nostalgia and who prefer to live off the grid can be the proud owners of Maytag wringer washer. Basically you have to make a choice between your time and your money.
HERE's the Maytag Repairmans FIRST Ad on TV...he's a few years younger.
Guess all these years of no Repair Work and lots of Card Playin'Stress finally got to him.
HERE's where you can find your Dream Maytag Wringer Washer of Today. Be sure and watch the U-Tube Demo!
Wonder if Suzanne would like a new Maytag Wringer Washer. I'll see ya'll over at her place for Vintage Thingie Thursday .
PS...Just a couple more Hint/Tips just in case you are one of the "OffTheGridders" and thinkin' about all the $$$ and water you'll save.
Maytag says this... If you start with washing the least dirty clothes, you can save this water for progressively dirtier clothing.(Just pitched that in for the 'Nitty Gritty Dirt Band'. Thanks guys for the WashDay Blues!)
My Mama said this...It worked just fine til it fell through the back porch!
Ya'll have a wonderful Vintage Thingie Thursday and Memorial Day Weekend!