4 Step Wash
This washing method maximizes cleaning power by making highly concentrated detergent liquid that penetrates deep into
fabrics to wash away dirt and stains. Thanks to this effective washing, detergency is made even higher.
1. The lowest level of water is used to dissolve the detergent under the pulsator.
2. A higher level of water enables the condensed detergent solution to penetrate deep into the fibers of clothes.
3. The third level of water assures that the detergent comes into complete contact with the surface of clothes.
4. Washing with the normal level of water eliminates stubborn dirt made easier to remove by the previous three steps.