You know you’re getting older when you start having appliance envy.
As a kid, all you want are toys. Household management? A foreign concept. The multiple bits and pieces to do well at adulting? You completely take it for granted. Childhood’s a simpler time with simpler desires, and it only takes plastic, lights and music to keep you going.
But things get a bit more complicated as you grow up. Whether you invest in a home or start your own family, toys eventually don’t mean what they did as you fill your life with genuinely invaluable things, and you’ll soon do just about anything to protect them.
Which itself takes a ton of time and energy. You cook, you clean and take care of everything that matters to you, but why should being responsible mean not having the time to enjoy it?
The very question that LG’s looking to solve with its line of stellar appliances.
The LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator — Saving You Time and Energy While Keeping Things FRESH!
Deep within the inner sanctum of the Chatelaine Kitchen, with the help of Chef Chuck Hughes and everybody’s best friend Rick Campanelli, LG Canada transformed it into the LG Kitchen where we’d learn about some of their shiniest appliances for the modern kitchen!
Take, for example, the LG InstaView Door-in-Door Refrigerator. You might think you can’t improve fridge technology, but you haven’t considered how much energy you’re losing every time you open yours to see what’s in there. With LG’s Door-in-Door technology, you just knock the transparent window twice, and it lights up inside to show you everything that’s in there! And if you need to get in there, you can open a door within the door to get at them and reduce cold air loss by up to 47%! Its Smart Storage System includes the SpacePlus Ice System, a Folding Shelf and plenty of additional extra spaces to fit even the most oddly-shaped food in there! And yes—it’s 2018—so you can also control and diagnose it with SmartThinQ, which lets you connect to your fridge from your smartphone!
You’ve got freshness. You’ve got convenience and a ton of energy saving—the LG InstaView Door-in-Door’s going to rock your world in ways you can’t possibly imagine!
But that’s not all—it’s great to keep your food fresh and cooking up a storm can be delicious and rewarding, but no one likes doing dishes.
But even though dishwashing won’t hit the top of the Most Popular Hobbies list anytime soon, LG wanted to at least make sure they could make it easier.
Friends—let’s chat about the LG QuadWash Steam Dishwasher.
The LG QuadWash Steam Dishwasher — Because It’s Always Better to Wash Things Right the FIRST Time!
Full disclosure—I’m super-anal about how clean my dishes are. It might be from the years I spent cleaning them at my Dad’s restaurant or my mother’s penchant for maintaining absolute spotlessness at home, but when anything comes out of our dishwasher with a baked-on crumb or a bunch of unsightly water spots, it goes right in the sink so I can rinse it and put it in the next load.
But I think the LG QuadWash Steam can help solve all that.
Using TrueSteam technology with hot steam particles to penetrate every corner of your dishes, the LG QuadWash Steam sanitizes deeply while reducing water spots by a staggering 60%! Its QuadWash system cleans from every angle, using a back-and-forth spinning motion to provide enhanced coverage and eliminate the need for inconvenient pre-washing!
And it has so many racks! Its EasyRack Plus system includes folding tines to fit dishes wherever you want and three levels that nest into each other with adjustable heights that you can change on the fly when needed! It gives superior performance with the gentlest of care—dishwashers get a bad rap for being too rough on your dishes, but I think the LG QuadWash Steam can open our eyes to a new way of clean!
Making Kitchen Chores a BREEZE With the Power of LG — Because Adulting’s Hard Enough Already!
Happy adulting out there, and until the next, I remain,
Disclaimer: LG invited me to the Chatelaine Kitchen to eat delicious food, check out their appliances and dine with Chuck Hughes and Rick Campanelli. But, yes, all thoughts and opinions remain my own!