What's up, it's James. Real quick I just want to stick a blurb in here. We are going to go on the dryer but I wanted to say if you have stuff that is heavily stained like if you have a Chef jacket and you've got grass stains or you have spilled wine on you or something like that or catsup like definitely that pen I showed you is key, like to use beforehand and just to scrub out on that stain. Then go and throw it in with the Clorox or whatever and then with the safe color detergent and when it comes out and you are ready to dry it, look at it and see if the stain is gone and if the stain is not gone, repeat the process a few times until you get the desired results as it were. We are going to move into the dryer over here and break this one down for you. Luckily with the dryer there is only two knobs and one button and there is not all this crap that is on the washer but so we have got the temperature one over here which is low heat or high heat just depending on how you want to do it. I leave mine on high heat all the time. I have never used low heat before. I don't know what would happen if I used the low heat but my guess is it would dry the clothes on a lower heat. I'm retarded, I'm sorry. So over on this knob is the automatic dry and the timed dry. The automatic dry is just basically like the washing machine is going to, and I'm sorry the settings are more dry, normal, less dry, cool down and I forgot the automatic dry. The automatic thing believe it or not automatically tries to detect how dry your clothes are and how much more time they need depending on what you tell it. If you want them more dry or normal or less dry. The time dry is nice because it is going to go for 100 minutes, 90 minutes, 80 minutes, 70 minutes, etc. so the timed dry is kind of nice because if you just need to dry something really quick or if you want it just to go for a certain amount of time you can put it on that. So anyway we have got our high heat, the timed dry and then the button to start it. So that is the dryer.