Dark clouds hovering over the sky have always been frowned upon by most people whenever they are doing their laundry. And with the monsoon season coming in, keeping clothes fresh and dry after laundry will definitely be a challenge. Nobody wants to go to work or school with their clothes still smelling as if it were just taken out of the tub. While there are some who go to the laundromat to get their clothes washed, this option costs as much as Php 40,000 a year— money that could have been saved for a really good washing machine.
While there are skeptics who find it hard to believe that modern washing machines have become more energy efficient and easier to use, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of appliances, Midea has been offering Filipino households with home solutions that could take their anxiety off from getting higher energy bills from using washing machines. And they have a lineup of washing machines that are easy to use, which could give everyone at home more time to spend each other’s company and bond over numerous activities.
Midea offers a fully automatic top load washing machine with a One Touch Wash Feature. With just a push of a button, it can wash, rinse, and spin dry clothes at just Php1 per wash load. It has smart sensors that only put the right amount of water in the tub, which also results to 37% in water savings. One very helpful tip though in washing clothes is to prioritize items that need to be washed as soon as possible, such as school or work uniforms, corporate attire, and underwear. Having a separate hamper for those items could also help lessen the time finding them through the laundry.
Midea’s Front Load Washer on the other hand, could save as much as 70% on water consumption for a complete wash, rinse, and dry cycle by using its Daily Wear setting. This could be paired with Midea’s Front Load Dryer, which could sit on top of the washer saving more space especially for condominium dwellers, and dry clothes as fast as 40 minutes at Php 10 in electrical consumption. This will keep clothes fresh for the rainy days without the need of hanging them in a clothesline. If one opts for more convenience, they could also get the iAdd Front Load Washing Machine which does all the dosing, saving more laundry products for use at a touch of a button.
For a more budget friendly option, Midea also offers their Single Tub Washing Machine that is also tough with ABS plastic lid and more energy efficient with their 20-cent energy consumption per wash load. With its multi-spoke pulsator, it is gentle on the clothes which makes it always fresh looking. A little help from fabric conditioners could make a big difference in hanging the clothes dry indoors. It doesn’t hurt to invest on an indoor rack, especially when the season brings in all the typhoons and heavy rains. Just make sure that the clothes are placed in a well-ventilated area at home to keep the unwanted smell away.
If a single tub is not enough, they could always go for the twin tub that does all the wash, rinse, and dry cycles. Its dual cleaning motion gets all the cleaning the clothes need with lesser tangles. It is energy efficient just costing “Piso” per wash load for the complete wash and spin cycle. With its Spin Air Dry Feature, Midea has made it possible to dry clothes faster and more efficient to prevent any unwanted smell from drying clothes indoors. It is also helpful to note that in spin drying clothes, it is better to fill the tub to its capacity than spin drying in small batches. With less spin cycles, the household could save more from their energy consumption while they are effectively drying most of their clothes.
With Midea’s lineup of washing machines that could provide cleaner and fresher clothes for everyday without having to worry about the weather and some of the tips that could help them get ready for the monsoon season, people could actually enjoy the confidence with their clothes whenever they go to work or school. And at the same time, families could actually enjoy more time together, even if it is their laundry day.