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Specialty Cycles Overview

With your new washer is a whole new world of laundry possibilities. Here you'll find everything you need to know about specialty cycles that elevate your laundry care and care for your clothes so they last longer.*

*Cycle options will vary according to your model.

COTTON OR NORMAL

You'll probably use this cycle a lot as it's good for everyday items like jeans, towels, shirts, sheets and mixed loads. And, of course, clothes made of cotton.

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Bright Whites

This cycle was designed especially to do just what it describes: wash and maintain bright white fabrics.

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Bulky/Bedding

Use this cycle for large items like blankets, comforter, pillows, and other items that have difficult absorbing water. Make sure to only wash small loads to make sure there is plenty of room for the load to move during washing. Don't mix with smaller clothing items.

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Heavy Duty

Use for heavily soiled cotton fabrics.

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Pure Color

Use this cycle for lightly soiled and colored clothing.

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Delicates

Use this cycle for dresses, shirts, blouses, nylons, and any sheer or lacy garments.

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SpeedWash™

If you don't have time to wait around, now you have the SpeedWash™ cycle. Great for lightly soiled clothing and small loads, this cycle can have clothes clean and fresh faster than a normal cycle. For high wash-and-rinse efficiency, use this for loads of 2-3 lightly soiled garments.

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Tub Clean

Using the washing machine in a humid space for a long period of time can lead to a buildup of mold and germs in the air inside the washer tub. However, you can use the TUB CLEAN cycle on a monthly basis.

Even if your washer is not located in a humid space, mold and debris will naturally build up over time and it is therefore still recommended to use the TUB CLEAN cycle on a monthly basis for the freshest results.

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