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LG brings innovative clothing care option for consumers
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Mar '08
The first day of spring welcomes the start of allergy season. To help those suffering from common household allergies, LG Electronics announced the expansion of its allergen-reduction laundry line to now include a unique combination washer-dryer unit.

The full-size, all-in-one unit joins the company's recently launched SteamWasher with Allergiene cycle, the first washing machine to be certified asthma & allergy friendly by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), an independent non-profit foundation dedicated to helping consumers and patients with asthma and allergic diseases. LG's new combination unit extends this industry-first benefit to more consumers.

With 70 percent of U.S. households affected by asthma or allergies, LG's allergen-reduction cycle provides a unique consumer benefit to the tens of millions of Americans who need to reduce common household allergens in order to find relief. The LG SteamWasher and Dryer Combo unit with Allergiene cycle reduces allergens, including common triggers such as dust mites and pet dander, in fabrics by more than 95 percent, as certified by the AAFA.

The combination of a washer and dryer into one compact unit is ideal for consumers who want to do laundry at home and benefit from the allergen-reduction cycle, but do not have the space for both a washer and dryer or an external venting source necessary for conventional dryers.

This unit runs on standard voltage electricity and is great for placement in closets; it's also the perfect solution for space constrained apartments, businesses and vacation homes. At 4.2 cubic feet, this model is the largest capacity front-load combination unit available, enabling users to do larger loads of laundry, thereby saving time and energy.

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