Ashley’s been doing a little renovating in their sunlight home in the east bay. We installed two new Maytag units and then invited the kids along to try it out. Today we’ll be featuring the washer. The Maytag top load washer has a PowerWash cycle that boosts the best cleaning in its class. As I mentioned before, it holds 22 towels! (holy moly). Ashley said, “For one of my first loads in the washer I quickly gathered every towel I had in my house (12) and threw them in. There really was room for at least 10 more towels, which kind of blew my mind (maybe I need more?). But will they wash up nice? Yep! The washer has a deep fill option so the water reaches it’s maximum capacity. Everything came out clean and washed thoroughly.”
With two little kids, Ashley goes through a lot of laundry so larger loads save a ton of time and energy. There are other great features as well like the PowerWash agitator to fight stubborn stains, and the Deep fill option to handle huge loads. All making our laundry chores more efficient and effective.
To make it more enjoyable for those active kids at our feet, we came up with a fun few ideas…
Basketball toss. Nothing like a little competition to get toddlers excited about chores! Throughout the week, while you’re organizing and sorting dirty clothes, let them give their best shot at a three pointer into the basket. It’ll help them burn off some energy too.
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