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Tackle the Toughest Laundry Loads with the Latest LG TWINWash

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For most moms, the laundry basket fills up faster and the to-do list never gets shorter. However, there is a way to tackle the toughest laundry loads while also freeing up some time with the LG TWINWashTM. The latest washer from LG Electronics features a front load washer at the top and a smaller pedestal washer below, allowing you to run two loads of laundry at the same time. The pedestal washer is perfect for small loads like delicates, whites, and baby clothes. It is also perfect for clothes that can benefit from an immediate wash like athletic wear. Furthermore, the LG TWINWashTM doesn’t take up as much space as other washers, making it a perfect addition for those who are living in space-poor condominiums and apartments. So this holiday season, get more out of your time, energy, and space at home with the LG TWINWashTM. For more information about the LG TWINWashTM, please visit http://www.lg.com/ph/twin-load.  
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The Many Ways LG Innovates IoT to Future-Proof your Home

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The Internet of Things (IoT) has gone beyond being a buzzword and established a new world order wherein technology works to make people’s lives easier and more manageable.  Suddenly, all the contraptions that we saw in the animated series “The Jetsons” do not seem that far from reality.
When you think of IoT, you may think of wearables that track how much exercise and sleep you get or watches that allow you to send text messages.  Then, of course, there are the many, many things you can now take control with the use of your smartphone. LG's SmartThinQ is user-centric.  It helps consumers better manage their lives through intuitive technology that fills the need for more convenient and more efficient home care.
SmartThinQ allows you to control the temperature settings of your LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator even when you’re not at home.  That means you can decrease energy usage when you don’t have too many items in there and you can even turn on the Express Freeze function so…