GE Appliances and Microban Take on Moldy Front-Loaders

GE UltraFresh Washeris designed to take on Moldy Front-Loaders
The laundry team at GE Appliances, a Haier company, partnered with Mircroban International ( a name you may now know well thanks to a partnership between Proctor & Gamble and Microban that launched Microban 24 disinfectant spray earlier this year to combat COVID-19) to develop a revolutionary laundry system designed to help prevent the biggest complaint in front load washers – mold and odor.

The all-new UltraFresh Front Load washers from GE Appliances, engineered to stay fresh and clean, use an exclusive Microban technology built into specific components to help prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria without the need for owners to wipe down their machine or leave the door open after each load. Continue readingGE Appliances and Microban Take on Moldy Front-Loaders

Moms Like Us

Samsung washer and dryerSamsung announced the launch of Moms Like Us, an on-line social network for their Washers and Dryers that celebrates “Life, Laundry and the Pursuit of Cleanliness.”

In addition to finding product information, participants can post and respond to messages, start their own groups within Moms Like Us, and take part in building the Laundry-Pedia, an encyclopedia of laundry tips.

If you register before the end of the year with Moms Like Us you will be entered to win a brand new Samsung Washer and Dryer pair.

Laundry-Pedia Example:

Washing tips: Antique linens
Soak spots in a solution of 1 part lemon juice and 1 part water with a pinch of salt. For stubborn stains, try immersing in a bath of non-chlorine bleach set in direct sunlight. Soak if needed, changing the water and bleach daily. To iron, blot linens dry, and wrap in a terry towel. Put in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days so the moisture will be drawn out evenly. Spread on a fresh terry towel and iron.

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