A few weeks ago, I wrote a story about the “Antique Washstand,” a product called an “antique washstand” that was available in stores and online.
It came in a box with a white plastic handle that would open up and remove all of the cleaning products.
I was excited to try one out.
I purchased it at a thrift store.
This was a great deal for me.
It was about $40, but I could get a better one for a fraction of that.
And while the product was great, I had no idea what I was getting into.
If I wanted to clean my home with a “regular” washing machine, I needed to know where it came from.
Here’s what I found out: This washing machine comes in two sizes: The Large one is about twice the size of the Medium.
The Medium size is about the same size as the Large one.
You will need to take the washstand apart and open the box to get the two sizes of the washing machine.
There is no way around this.
To do this, you will need the following tools: 1.
A small screwdriver with a flathead screwdriver for the bottom end of the handle and a flat head screwdriver (not included) for the top end.
A wrench (not sold separately) with a 3/16″ bit that can hold the bottom of the screwdriver.
A 1/4″ socket with a 1/2″ hex key that will fit inside the front of the machine.
The socket is also included.
A screwdriver that is 3/32″ or longer.
A large screwdriver or flathead drill.
A flathead saw (not pictured).
A 3/8″ wrench.
A hacksaw or similar metal tool for cutting metal.
A tape measure.
A glass measuring cup.
A needle nose pliers.
A hair dryer.
A drill bit.
A wire brush.
A glue gun.
A rubber band.
A paper towel.