"Give your laundry room a fresh upgrade with this GE washer"
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Give your laundry room a fresh upgrade with this GE washer
If you're thinking about upgrading from a lower end washer to something that's slightly nicer, but don't want to go crazy spending 1500 bucks or more, this $900 front load GE washer Sure could be the right model for you.
First of all, it has a few more features than your base level $600 or $700 unit.
It has a steam function and we've seen some GE washers that have really fiddly, frustrating, confusing interfaces.
This is similar but it's slightly more streamlined so it isn't nearly as difficult to use, which I love.
It also has a 4.3 cubic foot capacity, which is competitive with other models in this price range.
And its performance was actually really quite good.
It wasn't as good as the models that are over 1,000 bucks but it was still really good at removing all the stains from out stain strips, which include sebum or skin oil Carbon, which is like mineral oil and ash.
Blood, wine, and cocoa, which is like milk and chocolate mixed together.
So if you're in the market for a simple model that's a little bit better than entry level, I would definitely recommend this simple GE washer.
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