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.
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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.
With this specialty cycle, doing the laundry can save some sniffles. The Allergiene™ cycle uses the intense heat of steam to remove over 95% of common household allergens, like dust mites and pet dander. Use it to wash things that accumulate dust—like pillow covers, and bed sheets—or with items that deserve special care—like baby clothes and undergarments.
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When it comes to work clothes, baby diapers or heavily soiled garments, this cycle is just what you were looking for. It uses extreme temperature changes—extra hot during the wash, cold during the rinse—to clean the dirtiest clothing items in the house.
Needless to say, this cycle was designed especially to wash and maintain bright white fabrics.
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 in just 15 minutes. For high wash-and-rinse efficiency, use this for loads of 2-3 lightly soiled garments.
Handwash, Wool or Delicates
These cycles were designed to wash extra delicate fabrics. A good rule of thumb is to use the Handwash cycle with every item that is supposed to be hand washed. If it's a delicate fabric such as dress shirts, blouses, nylons, and sheer or lacy garments, use the Delicates cycle.
If the washer is not maintained mold can form in the rubber of the door of your new washer. Hair and dust can get caught in there too. This cycle is actually part of your scheduled maintenance and is designed to remove mildew, eliminate moisture, and prevent mold.