The water crisis in our country it is making itself felt like us: drought has been at the center of the news for some time now. But the waste of water (245 liters per day per person) has been worrying environmentalists for some time. Electrolux washing machines like PerfectCare 800 EW8F296BQ however, they allow you to save money up to 96% of consumption, washing clothes in just 59 minutes.
The Swedish brand has long adopted a washing optics designed for sustainability and range PerfectCare 800 it demonstrates this with various technological features. As the SensiCare System, which regulates the flow of water according to the load to be washed. The AutoDose drawer it also delivers the right amount of detergent and softener for each cycle, avoiding long (and useless) rinsing.
You can also reduce the waste of ‘freshening’ clothes by subjecting them to an entire wash. With Steam PRO you can save up to 96% of the water for freshening clothes, shirts and T-shirts. Also program FreshScent steam it allows to save over 40 liters at each cycle.
The program Sanitizing Steam instead it allows you to eliminate viruses and bacteria from clothes: it has just obtained the Swissatest certification which ensures 99.99% effectiveness.
If, in addition to saving water, you also want to save time and energy, you can use the program program UltraWash. Which in fact washes the garments at 30 ° in just 59 minutes, allowing you to save over 30% of energy.
L’app My Electrolux Care allows you to receive advice on your laundry, also monitoring washing even when you are at home. And finally the new filter it allows to capture microplastics up to 45 microns, ensuring that you will not pollute the waters of our planet.
Find more information on the official Electrolux website.
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