"Definitely don't try to fit a person in this Maytag washer"
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Definitely don't try to fit a person in this Maytag washer
This Maytag washing machine has one thing going for it, it's size.
6.2 cubic feet of internal space.
That's enough room for 40 plus t-shirt of varying sizes or even a person.
Now I don't recommend trying that at home.
But this is all to say this $1,399 Maytag was made for large families.
As it's pretty much guaranteed to do more laundry in less time.
This model also has a few luxury features such as a see-through lid, lights inside the drum so you can see when you're loading and unloading.
Unloading clothes and an attractive control panel but my favorite part of the design is it's integrated time display.
It blends in seamlessly with the fresh aluminum finish until you turn on the wash and the digital read out appears.
While these options are appealing it's normal cycle was only so so are removing stains Since cleaning performance is a main selling point for washers, why should you buy this Maytag.
It honestly won't be worth it for most, but if you're regularly fighting to stay on top of that dirty clothes pile, here's a washer that can handle it, no problem.
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