Haier Front-Load Laundry for All Your Spring-Cleaning Needs

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Laundry can seem like a daunting task, but a little planning and the right tools can go a long way in getting the job done quickly, freeing up time for you to enjoy spring, without the cleaning.

Good Housekeeping magazine reviewed the unit in its April 2011 issue and stated, “For superb stain removal without totally cleaning out your wallet, look to the Haier HWF5300AW ($800)....”.

Spring Cleaning is an opportunity for fresh starts, clean out the clutter and perform routine maintenance check-ups. Haier knows that with curtains, bedding, winter coats, and rugs in addition to your usual weekly laundry loads, a good portion of this yearly ritual happens in the laundry room. Haier’s new HFW5300 Front-Load Washer, and companion dryer, offer superb versatility and efficiency, at an affordable price. The Haier Front-Load is ENERGY STAR® qualified and uses far less water and energy than traditional top load washers, saving you money on utility bills while reducing your impact on the environment.

Good Housekeeping magazine reviewed the unit in its April 2011 issue and stated, “For superb stain removal without totally cleaning out your wallet, look to the Haier HWF5300AW ($800)....”.

Spring Cleaning Laundry Tips: Digging Your Way Out of the Pile

Laundry can seem like a daunting task, but a little planning and the right tools can go a long way in getting the job done quickly, freeing up time for you to enjoy spring, without the cleaning.

Devise a System. With 12 different wash cycles, the Haier Front-Load washer has the perfect setting for everything in your spring cleaning repertoire.

Bedding. Wash heavy bedding before storing it to ensure that you’re not also packing away accumulated dirt and oil. The 4.3 cubic foot capacity of the Haier front-load washer makes it great at handling bulky bedding. Pillows of different materials, even down, can be machine washed in the agitator-less Haier 5300 Front-Load washer on the Gentle or Hand Wash cycles to clear them of trapped mold and odors. The Sanitary wash cycle provides an internal water heater that raises the Extra Hot wash water temperature to 154 F to help tackle those hard to remove stains. Always pay careful attention to the manufacturer’s instructions and care labels and examine down-filled items like pillows or comforters closely before washing, making sure to repair any rips and tears. Down items can become very heavy when wet, and should be dried immediately and completely on a low setting with a clean canvas sneaker or tennis balls to promote fluffing of feathers. The 7.7 cubic foot drum in the Haier 5300 series dryer is great for large, heavy items.

Winter Coats. Certain types of wool-blend and other coats can be washed on the Gentle Cycle in the Haier Front-Load washer where the agitator-free stainless steel tub provides a less abrasive wash. Wool coats may be reshaped and dried flat. For down-filled coats, treat as you would comforters and pillows. Always study the care instructions on items like coats before deciding to wash them.

Curtains, couch covers, and throw rugs. Replace heavier curtains and drapes in the spring, along with throw rugs that are cozy for winter, but inappropriate for warmer weather. Many drapes and curtains are machine washable, as are smaller throw rugs, and couch covers. Follow the instructions on the label for best results, and take the opportunity to clean your windows while they are bare.

Clothing coming out of or going into storage. It’s wise to give clothes a final wash before packing them away to get rid of odors and stains that may set in. Clothes coming out of storage may be wrinkled or have absorbed slight odors. The Quick Wash cycle on the Haier 5300 Front-Load washer is a simple solution for refreshing clothes.

Donate. A spring cleaning session is the ideal time to clear your closets of clothing in good condition that you no longer wear, but don’t forget to wash items before donating them to charity! To avoid causing tears and other damage, fasten zippers and closures before washing. Sort, and let the 12 wash cycles in the Haier Front-Load do the work of deciding how to wash them for you. Fine-tune preset cycles with 3 soil levels, 4 rinse levels, 6 spin speeds, and 6 wash/rinse temperatures.

Don’t forget the Laundry Room. Ensure your Haier 5300 laundry system maintains peak performance through many seasonal cleanings. After each load, wipe down the door gasket and leave the door ajar to ensure proper airing out of residual moisture. A hot water and white vinegar cycle in the Haier Front-Load a couple of times a year will keep the washer clean and free of residues. Make sure to clean the lint filter on the dryer after every load, and clean the lint trap regularly.

Make it a group effort. Enlisting the help of other members of your household will make for a fast and efficient spring cleaning. Everyone can sort their own clothes, and older children can cut up old t-shirts to make cleaning and dusting cloths that can be run through the Sanitary Cycle on the Haier Front-Load and reused. Don’t forget to work in a reward at the end like a movie night or other fun outing.

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