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Easy to use Front Load Washers
by Guest on Mar 29, 2011
Washing laundry is usually not a favorite household chore, but with many of the new front load washers it can be a lot easier and more enjoyable. There are lots of great features that make front load washers easy to use. Of course, having the door on the front of the washer makes it easier to remove the laundry from the machine. No more bending down over the top of the machine, trying to lift all the clothes out of the washer and fumbling to get them to the dryer. With front load washers, all it takes is to open the door and transfer the wash to the dryer. It is quick and easy to see if there is anything accidentally left in the washer after the load is done.
In a large family or a household with frequent washes, it can sometimes seem like there’s never enough time to get the laundry done. Front load washers offer large load capacity and can wash more clothes in a single cycle. They frequently offer a delayed wash setting that allows consumers to place the laundry in the washer, add the detergent and other laundry aids, and set the washer to begin at a more convenient time. It can even be set so that the cycle finishes just in time for the user to return home at the end of the day to place the laundry into the dryer right away.
Many front load washers offer an optional pedestal with a storage drawer. Using a pedestal places front load washers at a convenient height that reduces the need to bend down to add or remove laundry. Having storage in the pedestal drawer is an added benefit that keeps laundry aids close at hand and reduces clutter in the laundry room. Most front load washers are also stackable so that the washer and dryer fit in less space. That’s a great feature for apartments or for those who want to save space to use for other things. Stacking the washer and dryer can also make it easier for some to move the laundry from one to the other.
Most front load washers offer convenient controls right on the front of the machine. In addition to having the controls on the front, most models also feature electronic controls making cycle selection a breeze. With the touch of just a few buttons consumers can select they type of laundry, the water temperature, rinse and spin options and even delay settings. Front load washers can include an option to lock the settings so that they can’t accidentally be changed by someone else, including a child who might just like to push buttons. And, of course, many models also include a safety feature to lock the door to keep children from playing with the washer.
Front load washers can definitely play a role in making household laundry easier, faster and more efficient. They are easy to load and unload, easy to operate and easy to enjoy. With features like delayed wash, electronic controls, etc. front load washers can make laundry easier and more enjoyable than ever.
Front Load Washers
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