LG Twin Wash promises to slash laundry time

HOW many times a week do you do the laundry?

If you have teenagers who insist on dumping their towels on the floor, it could be quite a few.

And if you follow the advice of those advocating washing pillow slips twice a week, it could be even more.

According to recent research from LG,  half of Australians do their laundry two to four times every week.

That's a lot of power and water.

But would you fork out thousands up front to save that energy (human and electrical).

LG is hoping you will.

It's launched the LG Twin Wash system which combined two separate washers, catering for everything from heavily soiled to lightly soiled clothing, or normal to delicate clothes.

The MiniWasher has cold wash programs designed for delicates and lightly soiled items.

The washer dryer combo unit has a massive capacity (16kg).

The small top load pedestal washer (of up to 2.5 kg) is for speciality and lightly soiled items, such as delicates and frequently washed gym gear.

TurboClean on the main front loader uses a short burst of water spray from a nozzle located at the front of the drum during the rinse cycle to help deliver quicker overall wash times.

By minimising the number of rinse cycles required, the overall washing time can be reduced.

TrueSteam function on the main front loader has the natural ability to fluff up fabric fibres.

This allows for the steam particles to clean on a microscopic level. Instead of saturating the stain with one drop of water, 1,600 individual steam particles penetrate the stain.

By combining water and steam along with higher water temperatures, the detergent is dissolved much faster.

6 Motion Wash Technology on the main front loader uses a combination of six motions based on handwashing motions.

You choose a cycle and the main machine selects the best combination of washing motions for an outstanding wash whilst retaining the quality of garments for longer.

SmartThinQ  lets homeowners remotely start or monitor the wash cycle via the app on their smartphone.

It also allows users to track energy consumption, diagnose and troubleshoot issues, as well as download additional wash cycles and will even send a notification when the washing is done.

The Inverter Direct Drive Motor is attached directly to the drum. This is designed to improve efficiency, reduce the number of moving parts required and therefore lead to enhanced durability.

The LG TWIN Wash is available at selected Harvey Norman and The Good Guys stores from at $3,999AUD RRP.

News Corp Australia

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