Home Improvement

New Ways to Wash

Are you looking for an easier way to get your laundry done?


Laundry services are on the rise. Laundry shops are popping up on every street corner, with clothes coming in by basketloads from what seems to be every household in the area, and for reasons we can’t argue—it’s a load off your back, it’s more time for you to do more important things, and it’s a guarantee that you get some really good washing done (even if it’s not a guarantee you get all your clothing back). People get that all for a reasonable price.

But you’re smart, discerning, and most of all, practical. You may have a suki laundry service, but deep down you wish there was a better way. We know the dream: You wish you can get all the same efficiency without having to shell out your hard-earned money every week.

So what if we told you that we found a way to make the dream possible? That there literally is something that easily manages all your laundry needs?

What could possibly handle that kind of load efficiently and easily? You’d need a washing machine that would let you do all the washing you need in one place, whether it’s hand-washing delicates, pre-washing really dirty clothes, or the usual spin wash. You’d need a machine that takes extra care of clothes during the washing process, and you’d need a machine that, most of all, is very easy to use.

Fortunately, we did find a way; we found all of that in the Samsung WA75H4000HA washing machine with ActivDualWash feature.

Jack of all trades

It’s got a built-in sink for you to soak or pre-wash clothes, with a water jet that streams at the push of a button. It also doesn’t get in the way; you can easily move your clothes afterward to the drum below for the regular wash.

On top of that, there’s also a rubbing board to help you deal with the harder stains.

A better wash

The Samsung WA75H4000HA has an innovative Wobble technology that sends out pulses of water in a dynamic, multidirectional flow that keeps delicate fabric intact while ensuring a thorough wash—all for less water consumption. How does it work? Samsung’s unique structure of Wobble pulsators generate a multidirectional washing flow through left and right, upper and lower water movement. 

By controlling the flow of water in an innovative way, the Wobble technology helps eliminate tangles by 80 percent as well as prevent fabric damage caused by friction.

Its uniquely-designed and gentle Diamond Drum takes care of your clothes.


With all its high-tech features, the WA75H4000HA does not require a degree in rocket science to operate; its easy-to-use, intuitive rear control panel controls the entire machine in one place and will not be damaged by water.

The Samsung WA75H4000HA washing machine is available at authorized Samsung dealers nationwide. For inquiries, you may contact their Customer Service Hotline at (02) 422-2111 or visit http://www.samsung.com/ph/info/contactus.html.


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