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A multi hundred pound granite (£) back splash in a kitchen.

So understandably no unneeded switches/sockets wanted...ahhh, an under worktop washer and dryer (two separate units).

I can understand the need for local accessable disconnection, but hey two switch fuses would look real ****e. I can't install one sfs cos it would be very close to 18 amps if both appliances on at the same time, hence the 13amp fuse may melt, at least it would eventually...

Anyhow I thought one 20amp dp switch, controlling 1 twin socket, which in turn would supply both appliances, the 20 amp switch on the local ring main, is that ok?.

Sockets fitted in adjoining cupboards is out of the question
 
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