Whirlpool Duet Aspen Green Steam Pair

duet.jpgLook out LG, Whirlpool introduces the next level of laundry technology with their Aspen Green Duet Steam Pair which offers a dual steam solution and more efficiency in a crisp new green package.

The new Duet Steam washer effortlessly removes stains from grass to grease, even sanitizing towels, sheets and stuffed toys without the need for bleach. There are 14 cycle pre-sets, a built-in heater and a special timed-release dispenser option for delivery of OxiClean stain remover. With 6th Sense Technology,  the machine monitors load size, temperature and sudsing.

The Duet Steam washer continues the legacy of eco-efficiency. The brand’s most energy efficient washer to date uses up to 73 percent less water and 77 percent less energy as compared to conventional top-loaders. 

The new Duet Steam dryer features two cycles – Enhanced Touch-Up and Quick Refresh – that infuse clothing with steam to refresh and dewrinkle. Thanks to special plumbing that’s easy to install, there’s no need to add water at the start of every cycle like other brands. Plus, an NSF Certified Sanitize cycle eliminates 99.9% of infectious bacteria.

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Did you know Consumer Reports recommends replacing a washing machine when the repair price is half the price of a comparably equipped new machine? They also say to forget repairing and replace a machine older than 6 years old.

0 Replies to “Whirlpool Duet Aspen Green Steam Pair”

  1. I am in the midst of purchasing new machines (today). Are the steam models performing to all the hype?

    Does anyone own these and can provide feedback to their performance?

    I look forward to reading qany reviews out there.

    Heidi

  2. I just got my washer & dryer today. I hope they perform as well as they look. My last washer & dryer lasted over 20 years, and still were going strong when I replaced them today with this lovely pair. My first load of sheets are washing now, and I can tell you it uses less water than I ever imagined, and it’s very quiet. Lots of buttons, bells, and whistles for sure.

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