1. Clean up that old washer and dryer. When you pull them out of their original
positions, there will be dust galore and probably lots of small items such as buttons,
coins, and pens that you haven't seen for quite some time. Vacuum out the exhaust vents
on the dryer and wipe down every surface of both appliances. Then, using Windex or a liquid
cleaner and spray down the appliances.
2. Locate a charity that is willing to pick them up. Charities vary from place to place,
but there will be many charities in the phone book that will be willing to take your washer
and dryer. You can start with Goodwill. Also try veterans associations, disease-related charities
and homeless shelters. Get on the phone and call charities until you find one that will send out
a truck to pick up your old washer and dryer.
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3. Look for your old owner's manuals and tape them to the appliances. If you don't have the
manuals anymore, don't worry about it. Also, make sure that you secure any hoses or accessories
that go with the washer and dryer.
4. Make sure you follow the charity's instructions for having the washer and dryer ready
on the day the truck comes to pick them up. Offer assistance to the driver.
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5. Ask for a donation receipt. This is the form that you should keep with your taxes
if you claim a charitable donation. Usually, charities have a generic form that they give
out to those who donate. You must itemize the form and include the date of the donation.
Just put it in your tax file to keep on hand in case you are ever audited by the IRS.