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For years the discharge from our washing machine splashed on the floor
around the laundry tub into which the discharge occurred via a hose with a
built-in hook on the end that discharged the water about a foot above the
bottom of the tub. It splashed on the laundry room floor everry time, first
dirty water and then clean water on the rinse cycle. Always required a
I took an old athletic sock, over the calf style, cut the end off the sock
and put the sock on the end of the discharge hook, securing it with a twist
tie (that will eventually rust out). Now the discharge water comes out of
the sock right at the bottom of the tub, no more splashing and increased
life for the floor around the laundry tub.
I don't why I never thought of this in the many years we have had the
I don't think I ever read about it anywhere either.
Use a zip tie. They won't rust. WW