Wash Delicates, Hand Washables, and Wool in a LG Washer and Dryer in One

Your new LG washer and dryer in one is capable of washing delicates, hand washables, and wool products. Many people like these additional wash cycles since they help eliminate the time needed to wash clothes by hand in the sink and cut most dry cleaning expenses. These special wash cycles carefully and gently wash your clothing using slower speeds and tumbling actions.

We recommend you only place similarly colored delicates, hand washables, and wool products into the washer and dryer in one, and never mix items. In the event clothing bleeds, the dye will not accidently recolor your other clothing. For the settings on the combination washer and dryer, always use cold water. You may want to select the wash-only option if you want to remove and hang the clothing up to dry. If you do decide to use the dryer cycle, use either the low heat or air dry only options to prevent clothing from shrinking.

Since your combination washer and dryer is a high efficiency model, you only need a very small amount of detergent. If you are only washing one or two pieces of clothing, you need to measure out the detergent by hand instead of relying on the pre-marked lines on most detergent dispensers. Ideally, you only need about a teaspoon or two of detergent for a few pieces of clothing.

For more information about LG washer and dryer combos cycle settings or helpful and friendly assistance in selecting a new model for your home, contact us now at 800-875-1533.

How to Install a Washer Dryer in One in Your Kitchen

For homes without a central laundry room, one suggested installation location for a washer dryer in one is in your kitchen underneath your countertop. Installing the washer dryer combo is not difficult if you are capable of performing do-it-yourself tasks on your own. Otherwise, it is recommended you hire a qualified contractor to do the work.

  1. Measure the width of the all-in-one washer dryer and select a location where a cabinet is at least two inches wider — ideally next to the sink base cabinet.
  2. Carefully remove the countertop above the cabinet and remove the cabinet.
  3. Tap hot and cold water lines, and the drain pipe underneath the sink. Cut holes in the side of the sink base cabinet to run the hose connections from the appliance to underneath the sink, and attach them to the newly tapped lines.
  4. Slide the appliance in place, making sure there is at least one inch of clearance on both sides and sufficient clearance in the back.
  5. Connect the discharge hose and water hoses to the washer dryer in one. Turn on the water and check for leaks.
  6. Plug the all-in-one washer dryer into a standard 3-prong household outlet, such as the same one your garbage disposal plugs into under the sink. If you have to plug it into a wall outlet, carefully cut a groove into the back of the countertop in the right location.
  7. Reinstall the countertop.

After installation, you are ready to start doing laundry. There is no need to worry about installing a dryer vent since the combination washer dryer uses ventless drying.

Order your new washer and dryer in one today by visiting our online store, or by calling us at 800-875-1533.

Stop Going to the Laundromat with a New Washer and Dryer in One

Are you tired of making trips to the laundromat each week to do load after load of laundry? Does it seem like you are wasting an entire day off of work just to wash and dry your clothes? Wouldn’t you like to do laundry at home, but lack a laundry room or washer and dryer connections? Many people would prefer to be able to do laundry at home, on their own schedule, and regain lost free time now being spent at the laundromat. Fortunately, a viable option for people without laundry rooms or connections in their homes, condominiums, or apartments is to purchase a new washer and dryer in one.

A washer and dryer in one is a single appliance which combines both washing and drying features. Unlike other front loading models that can require special electrical connections and water and drain connections, an all-in-one washer dryer plugs into any standard 3-prong 110V outlet in your home. While it does need access to hot and cold water lines and a drain, you have the option of attaching a kitchen sink conversion kit on the intake and outtake hoses on the combo washer dryer. Your all-in-one laundry appliance uses ventless drying technologies, so no dryer vent is required, nor special dryer cord.

This means you can do laundry in your home, any time you desire, and never have to make any more trips to the laundromat. Reclaim your lost free time today by learning more about a LG washer and dryer in one by browsing our website or calling us at 800-875-1533.

An All-in-One Washer and Dryer Frees You from Having to Spend an Entire Day Doing Laundry

How many times have you had to decline offers from your friends or family to do something on a weekend day because you are stuck doing laundry all day long? Instead of being able to go out shopping, take the kids to the park, or relax, you have to sit around and wait for wash and dry cycles to complete. Depending upon the size of your household, you could easily end up spending the entire day working on laundry and not getting much of anything else accomplished. 

Luckily, you do have an option available which frees you from being shackled to doing laundry all day long, by replacing your laundry pair with an all-in-one washer and dryer. This combination appliance incorporates both the washing and drying functions into a single appliance. You simply place a load of clothes into the machine, select your wash cycle, add detergent, select the drying cycle, and press start. Now, you can walk away and enjoy your weekend day. Your clothes wash and dry, without ever having to switch appliances. 

Because an all-in-one washer and dryer complete both functions at the same time, it takes longer for a cycle to finish. Instead of attempting to do all of your laundry in a single day, you can adjust your schedule to accommodate any volume of clothing. For instance, if you were washing and drying five or six loads on a single day, you would be able to break this down and do one load per day. You could load and start the machine in the morning before heading off to work. The clothes would be dry and ready to fold when you got home in the evening.