What Are Washing Machines Made of?

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In 1850, Steam-powered commercial washers were used and were later replaced by spin-dry machines in 1953. Today the modern washing machines are manufactured from sheet steel, usually coated with zinc to improve rust resistance. For the wash tub, enamelling iron with a porcelain coating is generally used.
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