Let me start by saying that in Croatia there is no such thing as a dryer. The only exceptions are in expat homes (those with the money and space for one), wealthy people who don’t want their clothes waving in the wind, or the Laundromat. In most peoples cases The Great Outdoors is all you got. Some washing machines have build in "supper spin cycles" that get stuff mostly dry. The idea is to then let your clothes sit there till they're "done". We are fortunate enough to have a washing machine of our own.
But it would help if we could BLOODY UNDERSTAND THE THING!!!
Having Croatian settings would be hard enough for us, but no they just have to be in…. Slovenian? The best is the difference between Vklop Izklop: Turn Off and Izklop Ozemanja: Spin off. The Turn off button is also the on button so the cycle will run, but you have to press both buttons to get the machine to drain. Otherwise you have water up to your ears and you can’t get at your clothes. This wouldn’t be a problem for some but we have a front-loading machine. Lets just say I had to do some quick mopping and Googling to find the word for drain or spin. That of cores is too easy and all I got was Pumping, Spinning Short. Well here are the settings and their translations:
Crpanje, Kratko Ozemanje
Pumping, Spinning Short