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Washing machine cleaning tips for top-load and front-load washing machines You use your washing machine to keep your clothes fresh, odour-free, and beautifully clean. But did you know that washing machine cleaning is also an important part of its upkeep?The good news is that it doesn’t take much time or involve many steps. And this once-a-month effort will prevent bad smells as well as mould, mildew, and detergent build-up, plus keep your was… Read more
What is HE detergent and how it helps your HE washer clean more efficiently Have you ever looked at your laundry detergent and noticed a symbol with an "h" and "e" separated by a dot, sometimes within an oval swirl? That “HE” stands for High Efficiency. But what does that mean and what is HE detergent? And now you might also be asking, “Do I need HE detergent for my machine?” The answer is: Yes, most likely. If you have a newer front lo… Read more

19th Nov 2021

3 steps to find the right washer and dryer dimensions Looking for a new washer and dryer? Follow this guide to properly measure your space and ensure you’ve got the right washer and dryer size for a perfect fit. Here's what you'll need to do: Step 1: Choose your style, setup and size Step 2: Add space for easy use Step 3: Map out a path What you'll need: Measuring tape Your intended laundry room or space T… Read more
While the way you load and unload clothes is the main difference, consider all the options to find the right washer for your family. See how top load and front load stack up when it comes to: How does it clean? Front load washer: Cleans with specialized tumbling that's designed to use less water overall. Top load washer: Fills the basket with water and cleans with an agitator or impeller (central post vs a low-profile disc)… Read more
Keep laundry day moving — for the way you care Agitators and impellers are both found in top-loading washing machines, but they move — and clean clothes — in two distinct ways. Traditional agitators are tall spindles, vaned or finned, in the center of the wash basket that twist (or agitate) back and forth, rubbing against clothes to help break down loose soils. Impellers, on the other hand, are low-profile cones or discs that spin/rot… Read more