[nfbmi-talk] Washer and Dryer with Tactile Controls?
joe harcz Comcast
joeharcz at comcast.net
Mon Sep 1 01:16:47 UTC 2014
Good. Actually when applying any type of dot, whether lock dot, or even a
Braille label it is advisable to thoroughly clean the plastic surface with
rubbing alcohol before applying it. I have labels on my oven that have
survived for years. Of course eventually they do come off. But the alcohol
cleans off any residual oils and helps the glueadhere and stay adhered.
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From: "MPVI via nfbmi-talk" <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
To: <trising at sbcglobal.net>
Cc: "NFB of Michigan Internet Mailing List" <nfbmi-talk at nfbnet.org>
Sent: Sunday, August 31, 2014 8:21 PM
Subject: Re: [nfbmi-talk] Washer and Dryer with Tactile Controls?
> Thanks everyone! We found one that has controls that click as they turn,
> which may be somewhat helpful. We will likely use Terri's suggestion of
> hot glue dots also in used to use those bumpy stickers but they always
> peeled off.
> Thanks for the suggestions!
> Sent from my iPad
>> On Aug 31, 2014, at 5:29 PM, <trising at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
>> We bought our washer and dryer on Craig's list, and then had my dad use a
>> hot glue gun to make the tactile controls we need. We
>> wanted a dot on delicate and regular wash. We also wanted a dot on hot
>> and cold water. We can match up the dot on the setting with
>> the dot on the washer or dryer. We also have our stove labeled with a
>> Braille L for low, m for medium and H for high on each burner
>> with a dot to match them with. Our oven has a dot at 350 and 400 Dg.
>> which are the most commonly used temperatures. We used a
>> labeling gun to label our microwave. I hope this helps. Please call or
>> email if the message was clear as mud.
>> Terri Wilcox
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