Free yourself from laundry days.

Free yourself from laundry days.

Follow our top tips and get more done

Is laundry is taking up too much of your time? Break the cycle and take a stand. Our top tips will help you spend more time doing something you love.

5 ways to help save time on laundry days

  • Fill your washing machine up.

    Fill your washing machine up.

    Clothes often look heavier than they are. The result? Australians don’t use their machine’s full capacity.

  • Fill your washing machine up.

    Use your machine’s auto-sensing function.

    If your machine has one, it is designed to detect the weight of the load and adjust the wash cycle automatically.

  • Fill your washing machine up.

    Use the quick wash cycle.

    Particularly good for smaller loads. You should check your machine’s manual to see how much you need to reduce loads by to get the best performance.

  • Fill your washing machine up.

    Reduce spin cycle for clothes you’re going to iron.

    Items like business shirts are easier to iron if you don’t wring all the water out. Hang them up and iron them when damp.

  • Fill your washing machine up.

    Get a bigger machine.

    Sounds obvious but a bigger capacity means less loads slashing the time it takes to get the laundry done and dusted.

  • Australians
  • Australians
  • Australians
Australians

have to split their laundry load because there’s too much laundry to wash*.

Less loads. More life.

Less loads. More life.

Introducing our XL washing machine range

Samsung’s full range of washing machines not only help to get the dirtiest clothes clean, with up to 16kg XL capacities^, they get the biggest loads done. Less loads means more spare time for you to get some more time back in your day.

* Based on a research report titled “Australians @ Home”. In 2015, TNS Australia surveyed a group of 1,000 participants to reflect Australia’s population. This included a mixture of metro and regional areas, age groups, genders and socio-demographic respondents. The program involved multiple qualitative and quantitative interviews.

^ Testing conducted with reference to AS/NZS 2040.1.2005 and AS/NZS 2040.2.2005, as varied by the procedure in the Greenhouse and Energy Minimum Standards (Clothes Washing Machine) Determination 2015 (including as to composition of the 81 assorted items). 16KG capacity testing was undertaken with a single 16KG test load with bone dry mass of 14.81KG and using an adjusted Energy Saving wash program setting: Energy Saving, 40C, 3 rinses, extra high spin speed and Bubblewash off. Excludes all other program settings and cycles. Testing performed by VIPAC, an independent third party testing body, in October 2015.