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BEST SETTING FOR WORK WEAR ON WD90T534DBW/S1

(Topic created on: 28-08-2022 10:41 AM)
PGB65
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At the moment I use a mixed load add bubble wash + soak. It cleans fine but was wondering if there is a better setting for heavily soiled work wear?

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AndrewL
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@PGB65: Bubble soak is recommended in the user manual for heavily soiled items, however you may also wish to add the Intensive option to increase the cycle time. 

Select your cycle and change the cycle settings as necessary > Tap the pointing finger symbol with a + embedded in it > Use the Navigation Dial to select Intensive, then tap the 'O' button > Press and hold the Play/Pause button. For further clarity, please see page 43 of the user manual via the link below.

https://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/202204/20220420160832152/U-PJT_COMBO-AD_SimpleUX_WEB_S...

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andy_in_ireland
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this particular model also has a 'prewash' cycle as well , so you could try  that feature out too

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AndrewL
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@PGB65: Bubble soak is recommended in the user manual for heavily soiled items, however you may also wish to add the Intensive option to increase the cycle time. 

Select your cycle and change the cycle settings as necessary > Tap the pointing finger symbol with a + embedded in it > Use the Navigation Dial to select Intensive, then tap the 'O' button > Press and hold the Play/Pause button. For further clarity, please see page 43 of the user manual via the link below.

https://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/202204/20220420160832152/U-PJT_COMBO-AD_SimpleUX_WEB_S...

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andy_in_ireland
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this particular model also has a 'prewash' cycle as well , so you could try  that feature out too