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Thursday, October 17, 2013

Whirlpool WashSquad App helps you with your laundry! #WhirlpoolWashsquad

"Presented by Mami Innovative Media, this is a sponsored post on behalf of Whirlpool. All opinions expressed here are my own.”

The other day, I was having a discussion with hubby about how much laundry we have. Now, there are only two of in the house but we seem to generate laundry for a family of five. I blame hubby because every time I turn around he is doing something out in the garage or the yard and the dirty clothes piles up. 

During the day, I have to balance working from home, blogging, cleaning, cooking, shopping, and then doing laundry. Sometimes, it is overwhelming especially when I have deadlines to meet and dinner to cook. I need help. Luckily, Whirlpool has created an easy to use app that will help me get the laundry under control.

The new Whirlpool WashSquad App helps me:

* Assign laundry jobs to my family (hubby)
* Track and reward their completed chores
* Create custom laundry guides with wash and dry instructions tailored to your Whirlpool washer and dryer

And, the WashSquad app also features a Stain Eraser guide and Fabric Coach to help get you through even the toughest of loads. I love this feature because when hubby comes in from the garden with grass and dirt stains, I am always at a loss on how to get those stains out. Now I have the information at the tip of my fingers.

While I still have to do laundry, boo, at least with the Whirlpool WashSquad app I can get control of the time and energy I put towards the laundry. And who knows, maybe I can assign all the laundry to hubby. Okay, maybe not. But I know this will actually make my life a little easier. I love anything that makes my life easier.

If you need help managing your laundry, you can download the Whirlpool WashSquad App here. Check it out especially if you have a big family. If I am crazed with just two people, I cannot imagine families with 5 or more people!

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