Top Five Washing MachinesPosted by Guarantee Green Team on August 23rd, 2012
Washing machines are a staple of most (if not all) house holds across the country. A recent study found that the typical American family does eight loads of laundry per week, totaling 400 plus loads per year.
With that much action, it’s important to have the right washing machine for your home and needs. The right machine can help save money and conserve precious resources at the same time.
Take a look at this short list of the best washing machines (according to Good House Keeping) and see how yours measures up:
For a simple front loading machine, try the Samsung WF520ABP steam washer. It’s easy to use, measures a low vibration level, powers out stains and spots, and kills 99.9% of germs and bacteria.
A good choice in a traditional washing machine, look no further than the Whirlpool WTW57ESVW. It’s priced very low ($800), handles various load sizes with enough room to clean comforters, effectively removes stains, and comes with load sensor that helps save water.
As a family with young children, you might love Frigidaire’s Affinity FAFS4474LR steam washer. It comes with settings for stuff toys and animals, offers a bacteria killing setting, and handles all types of clothes well.
When looking for an effective front loading machine, but in a lower price point, consider the Haier HWF5300AW. This machine removes all stains quickly and effectively and offers a sanitizing setting.
If you regularly clean a lot of delicates and fine clothing, try the Whirlpool Duet WFW97HEX steam washer. The delicate cycle cleans very well and removes the tough stains completely.