Now I don’t know about you, but when I was in the Army and stationed in Kuwait and Saudi Arabia during Desert Storm/Shield I sure wish we had great technology like this available in the LG Front Loading Laundry Appliances available at Best Buy.
Disclaimer: The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card, all opinions are 100% mine, and I would never recommend anything I don’t believe in. ~Tom
Instead, we had to wash our uniforms with whatever water we had, usually inside our helmets or whatever else we could find that would work. I never did get all the sand out usually. Oh well, the trials of being a soldier I guess.
If we had some of the great products that LG is offering at Best Buy, I am sure things would have been different.
As you can see in the picture above the front load washer from LG is compatible with the optional Sidekick pictured below which allows you to wash two loads at once. How awesome would that be? We could have washed my fatigues back then, and those of another soldier. Too bad we didn’t have these back then.
Not only will you have the best new LG Front Loading Laundry products in your home, you will be saving money as they use less water and electricity than standard washers and dryers. I know that one thing I dislike about the washer I have is that it still leaves quite a bit of water in the clothes. With a front loading washer, it will spin the clothes faster by reducing the amount of water that is left, making drying your clothes less of a hassle.
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I don’t know about you, but I am intrigued enough to visit my local Best Buy to check these great LG Washer and Dryers out or you can visit Best Buy online to find out more information before you head out.
So what do you think of them? Would you love to have these in your home? Leave a comment below letting me know what you think, or if you have them. Thanks for being part of Tom’s Take On Things.
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