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GET TO KNOW YOUR SIDEKICK™ PEDESTAL WASHER

Your SideKick™ Pedestal Washer is mini but mighty. Now that you have it hooked up, learn more about what should and shouldn't be washed inside, and get to know the basics of operation.

 

OPERATING THE SIDEKICK™ PEDESTAL WASHER

It's easy to do laundry in the SideKick™ pedestal washer. Get to know some of the basics of operation.

For additional convenience, use the SideKick™ multi-function, magnetic remote control (RCW1 sold separately). Learn More

SIDEKICK™ GENERAL USEAGE

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WHAT TO WASH IN A SIDEKICK™ PEDESTAL WASHER

Your SideKick™ pedestal washer is versatile but also compact. It's great for washing a small load of workout gear, or better yet, special-care loads like delicates or hand washables. That said, the SideKick™ pedestal washer should NOT be used to clean bulky items like pillows, comforters, cushions, heavy coats, quilts or highly absorbent items such as towels. We also don't recommend using it to wash hats or shoes.

HOW MUCH LAUNDRY CAN FIT IN A SIDEKICK™ PEDESTAL WASHER

Despite its compact size, the SideKick™ pedestal washer can hold nearly 1 cu. ft., or approximately 3-4 pounds, of laundry. For a 3-pound load of delicates, that equates to 15 panties, 9 bras, 5 camisoles, 4 slips and 1 pajama bottom—all in one load. Or, you can wash 5 to 6 shirts in a 4-pound load.

USING THE SIDEKICK™ PEDESTAL WASHER WITH YOUR FRONT LOAD WASHER

Your SideKick™ pedestal washer is incredibly flexible. Your SideKick™ and front load washer operate independently. So, if you want to save time, you can use it at the same time as your front load washer, or if you just want to do a small load, you can just use your SideKick™. You can also start or stop a cycle or open the door on either washer without interrupting the other.

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