Posted by blackers on Wednesday, October 6th, 2010
Eastern Idaho is a beautiful place to live. If there is one drawback, it might be the areas where the water hardness causes itchy skin, half-clean dishes, white shirts or blouses coming out of the washer looking more grey than white, residue in showers and so forth. To help combat part of the problem of hard water, General Electric has developed a unique technology they call "Smart Dispense". This technology allows the consumer to easily determine the hardness of the water in her home and then adjust the washing machine or dishwasher to dispense the proper amount of dishwashing or laundry detergent. These liquid detergents are stored in a resevoir within the dishwasher or front-load washer pedestal and then dispensed automatically during the appropriate time in the wash cycle. The Smart Dispense system is capable of storing up to two months of dishwashing detergent and up to six months of laundry detergent and fabric softener. Wow! What a great idea, designed to get clothes and dishes cleaner and save time for each individual user. Now that is "Imagination at Work"!
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