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Oh The Joys of Laundry… Smart Technology with LG Washers and Dryers


December 1, 2015

Household chores… you know you have to do them, yet it’s not your favorite task to complete, am I right?!?! I’m all about finding fun ways to get my girls helping me when it comes time to tackle our weekly home to-do list and today I am here on behalf of my friends at LG Electronics to talk about laundry appliances. 
In terms of a technological family, we are “modern” in that my husband and I both are owners in businesses and neither have us have the normal Monday through Friday, 8 to 5 job… we have to get creative when it comes to keeping up the home and are always looking for ways to get our kids involved AND make it fun to them, too! 
Chaos is an understatement when it comes to our normal schedule between ballet lessons, mother’s day out mornings, hectic travel, and such but we make the time we have together count… it’s all about quality over quantity, and I think LG stands firm in delivering high value products for families where multitasking and reliability is essential.
You may know LG’s complete lineup of home appliances, including refrigerators, cooking appliances, dishwashers, as well as their washer and dryer options… I love the fact they focus on creating feature-rich options, but they pursue stylish designs and push the technological boundaries to improve a consumers’ experience, saving them time and energy, so that us crazy busy families get to spend more time focusing on the things we enjoy most! 
Laundry is a seemingly never-ending task with two little ones, a husband, and of course my items added to the mix… it’s something I try to take on every few days so that our piles don’t constantly overflow the laundry baskets, but let’s face it… life happens and we get out of sync and forget to wash until a certain item is desperately needed. And in my home, those said items include tutus and princess dresses 😉 

LG’s Mega-Capacity Top-Load laundry pair [Models WT7700 and DLEX7700VE] offers enhanced convenience and performance and has the largest capacity top load washer in its class*, with the ability to wash a king size comforter and full set of bedding in a single load… ummm yes please! 

Additional features: The LG Top-Load Washer incorporates LG’s time-saving TurboWash®, which provides 30-minutes of time savings on every cycle, while the EasyLoad™ Dryer features TurboSteam™, working gently but powerfully to refresh fabrics and reduce wrinkles in half the time of other steam settings. LG’s Dryer with EasyLoad™ Door is the first to open two ways – from the top (AKA hamper style) to easily toss in wet clothes from the washer and sideways to quickly unload dry clothes into the laundry basket… genius!! 
The LG Top-Load Washer and EasyLoad™ Dryer are available at leading retailers nationwide, including Sears, Lowe’s, Best Buy, The Home Depot, and H.H.Gregg, among others. Pricing for the washer is under $1,500 and the dryers are $1,600 and $1,700 depending on gas/electric options. 

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*Based on manufacturers published specs of top load washers with a width of 29 inches or less.

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  1. Ms. B says:

    Best thing I've found to combat Laundry Mountain at my house is a laundry basket with separate sections for light/dark/red (we're big Georgia fans, so lots of red around here!) and doing a load of laundry every day….a little bit every day, instead of a huge pile on the weekends, makes this Mama much happier!

  2. For right now, it's just me and my hubby so we don't have quite as much laundry as a large family. Laundry is my "chore" though, so I try to make it as painless as possible by doing as much as possible in front of the TV- fold and sort in the living room and move the laundry during commercials. Then, I forget I'm even doing it!

  3. We are a family of four and do two loads of laundry everyday. I start one load as soon as I get home from work, and then start the second load before kids bath time. Both loads are dry by bedtime. If I miss a day, it really adds up and the weekends are awful.

  4. Adelyn V says:

    Full disclosure–I HATE laundry. We are a family of three and our laundry room is in the basement. I would SO love for it to be on the first or second floor of our house for convenience sake, but such is life. I have been guilty of letting laundry pile up for way too long. I've found forcing myself to run a load several times a week (rather than just waiting to do it on weekends), and IMMEDIATELY bringing the laundry basket up with the clean clothes and folding and putting them away with no delay works best.

  5. Tara Smith says:

    We are a family of four, and I do at least one load of laundry everyday or every other day. That keeps it manageable!

  6. Darcy Potter says:

    Well considering my washer just went out and my dryer is well on its way, we could definitely use a new set 🙂 I do a lot of laundry and always using full capacity so these LG's would be perfect!

  7. Darcy Potter says:

    Well considering my washer just went out and my dryer is well on its way, we could definitely use a new set 🙂 I do a lot of laundry and always using full capacity so these LG's would be perfect!

  8. Susieutk84 says:

    I've found that doing a load of laundry of day really helps keep the flow moving. We run out basics and towels daily, and on the weekends, wash our work/dress clothes.

  9. Andrea says:

    As much as i didn`t want to do it, running at least one load per day really helps our household along!

  10. Emily says:

    If I miss one day of laundry I get so behind! It is never ending with little ones running around making messed and playing outside.

  11. grantsly says:

    I do at least a load every single day. I am obsessed with not having a laundry room full of dirty clothes on the weekends!!

  12. I got a 3 bag cart that rolls around the house. It makes things a lot easier!

  13. Jessica says:

    With three boys in the house I feel like I am constantly doing laundry!! I try to do a load every day or every other day so it doesn't get piled up by the weekend!

  14. rachel says:

    I can only do laundry during naptime so I have to keep on top of it!

  15. I have separate baskets for everything! Whites, jeans, towels, colors! It just helps make sure nothing gets ruined!

  16. KELLI says:

    Everyone puts their clothes in separate baskets in laundry room. When basket is full. I wash. Kids fold and put away. I usually do 1 load every day or 2.

  17. Jessica says:

    I try to tackle at least one load of laundry a day- keeps piles of laundry from building up! I also have a laundry hamper with three compartments so I don't have to constantly sort items 🙂

  18. JC says:

    We usually do laundry twice a week, pre-treat stains and spots with magic cleaner (hydrogen peroxide+Dawn) makes all the difference.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  19. imbigwillie says:

    I don't sort the laundry at all .. I just throw everything into the washer.


  20. JC says:


  21. Mami2jcn says:

    My kids help with laundry. All of them are responsible for putting their own clothes away. It's made things a lot easier for me.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

  22. Mami2jcn says:


  23. Julie Wood says:

    I disignate a laundry hamper for each room. Wash often-do not let clothes pile up and make it take all day to do. Quickly unwrinkle clothing by taking them out of the dryer when dry and not letting them sit in the dryer and get wrinkles.Add Lavender oil to your linens rinse cycle to help you sleep at night! I hope these tips help. And also get the kids to help with laundry.


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  25. Elena says:

    My husband and kids do their own laundry and put their clothes away.

    elena150980 at yahoo dot com

  26. kellyr78 says:

    I sort the clothes into different hampers and wash all of the clothes by load according to their instructions so nothing gets ruined.


  27. The only tip I really have for doing laundry is getting a hamper that allows you to presort your laundry. It's one less thing to do when your getting ready to wash your clothes.

  28. Natalie says:

    As soon as my clothes get dirty I put them in the washer and then wait until there is a full load to actually put the soap in and wash them. That way dirty clothes are not thrown all over the house. yarbr012@gmail.com

  29. Madeline B says:

    My trick is to listen to audiobooks while I do laundry to make it more enjoyable.
    maddiembrubaker {at} gmail [dot] com

  30. Elle says:

    If I have more than 1 load to do, I always try to do the lightest things that will dry fastest first because the last thing I want is the stuff to be done in the washing machine but the stuff in the dryer to still be wet.
    prettyinhotpink6 at gmail dot com

  31. What works for me is keeping on top of it by doing at least one load each day


  32. I try and do a load each day, so it never seems to pile up on me, and I can stay on top of it.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 AT gmail DOT com

  33. tweet–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/674650609736380417

  34. Tina says:

    i wash all the clothes on the weekend and have my hubby to help me!!

  35. latanya t says:

    I try to wash a load every few days to keep up

    dlatany at gmail dot com

  36. What works best in my house because I have four boys is everyone has a day they do there own laundry. my4boysand1@gmail.com

  37. Anne says:

    Although there are just two of us in the house, I do a lot of laundry. We each keep a separate hamper (I don't know how or why that started, but it works for us), and a couple of times a week I pull out the whites, colors, or reds. I always run a full load, except when my spouse just needs a couple of business shirts. Fortunately, a good washer helps there, and I just run an "express wash" load. No big secrets here, but I hope it helps!
    [notheranneother {at} gmail {dot} com]

  38. Anne says:

    Here's my tweet about your blog post and the LG giveaway:
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  39. kari jasus says:

    everyone puts dirty clothes in their hampers and bring them to the laundry room when it's time to wash. then they put the clean clothes away

  40. I'm horrible with laundry. I'd like to do it twice a week, but I'm lucky if I do it once a week

  41. Rhonda G says:

    My best tip is to do laundry every day. EVERY day. My house may be total chaos, but my laundry is always caught up 🙂 Now, I didn't say I fold every day 😉

  42. susan1215 says:

    My trick is to laundry every couple of days so it doesn't pile up.

    s2s2 at cox dot net

  43. Lisa Brown says:

    Keeping up with it, don't let it build up, do the loads as they are ready.

  44. Lisa Brown says:


  45. steve weber says:

    use concentrated detergent.. it forces you to use less

    groogruxking40 @ gmail dot com

  46. The best tip is to be consistent with your laundry days.
    I try to do a load every other day so it doesn't pile up.
    Once that happens it seems like the biggest chore.
    thank you

  47. Tamara says:

    I like keeping separate hampers for different types of laundry. It makes washing the laundry easier, when a whole load is already gathered and sorted correctly.
    westiemks5 at yahoo dot com

  48. Tabathia B says:

    I usually wash clothes several times a week to eliminate large piles and pretreat and wash stained clothing immediately

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  49. I would like to do less laundry. truckredford(at)Gmail(dot)com

  50. MCantu1019 says:

    I do laundry everyday.
    MCantu1019 at aol dot com

  51. I don't do anything special, I just toss it all in there when I have enough clothes for a load.

    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

  52. James Robert says:

    I am a single dad raising all 5 of my kids alone so my trick is keeping up with laundry daily. If I let it go, takes me forever to catch up
    mijamesr82 at gmail dot com

  53. We try to do a small batch of Landry each night during the week night to prevent pile up. One batch ensures that we can wash, dry, and put away without having it pile up!

  54. Aurelie Red says:

    I try to do laundry every two days !
    My email is redaurelie(at)gmail(dot)com

  55. Deb Ford says:

    I'm not one to ask…I'm not very organized when it comes to laundry. I do use a quality detergent because I really think it makes a big difference.

  56. ellie says:

    I have several laundry bins in the laundry room. one for colors/cold wash, one for whites/hot was, one for towels etc.. Everyone is responsible for getting their dirty items into the right bins. It saves me lots of time.
    eswright18 at gmail dot com

  57. Betty C says:

    By keeping the dirty laundry in organized bins I can see as soon as I have a full load and get it done right away instead of waiting for it to pile up.

  58. I make sure the load is full but not crazy full. LOL I do separate color and white. seyma_bennett@hotmail.com #SweepstakesEntry

  59. ms-texas says:

    i hate laundry – its neverending – my best advice would be to do a little each day so it doesn't pile up

    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

  60. ms-texas says:

    i posted a tweet here:


    debbiebellows (at) gmail (dot) com

  61. Birdie Bee says:

    I have separate baskets for different types of laundry: towels, whites, darks, reds and sheets. I do laundry every other day to keep up on it throughout the week so do not have a pile of it on the weekends.

  62. Birdie Bee says:


  63. My best advice to tackle a pile of laundry is getting the kids involved, they seem to make twice as much dirty laundry as my wife and I!
    jlammers002 at woh dot rr dot com

  64. Donna M. says:

    we all pitch in and do the laundry

  65. angie lilly says:

    If you are like me and have a cruddy front loading Samsung, do very small loads and use the extra rinse cycle to TRY to get your clothing clean. If you do regular size loads, even in the high capacity washers, they will NOT get clean and will stink.
    14earth at gmail dot com

  66. peg42 says:

    If there are any bad stains, I put detergent directly on the stain and let it sit for a couple of hours before washing. This really seems to work well. Thanks so much.

  67. peg42 says:

    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/682326578014085120
    Thanks again

  68. Janice says:

    I definitely pre-treat any stains on our clothes days ahead before I do laundry.

  69. I use Eco Nuts all natural laundry nuts… best thing for sensitive skin sufferers like me! faithjacklynsweeps@gmail.com

  70. Emily N. says:

    For me it works to take a day to do all my loads of laundry.

  71. I am looking to add a sleek washer and dryer to my really confined bath and utility room in one.

  72. Kerry says:

    My only tip is to not get behind on it! I try to do a load every day.

  73. Whitney says:

    I have several hampers around my house to organize specific loads. It saves a ton of time. wlbellows at gmail dot com

  74. Annette says:

    I like using "green" type detergents. They don't contain whatever chemical causes the destruction of clothes. I notice less lint (your clothes being shredded!) in the dryer and my clothes/towels last longer.

  75. Kathryn C says:

    #SweepstakesEntry- comment

    I spray the stain remover & "pre-treat" as soon as I'm aware of the stain/ the clothing goes into the laundry basket- so at least it has time (or a few days) to work before the laundry is done

    Kathryn C

  76. Erica Best says:

    i do mines once a week

  77. I don't really know any tips, I'm the guy of the house… But I know we use all natural laundry detergent because I have such sensitive skin. Shawn92379@gmail.com

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