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LG Gives QuadWash Line An Upgrade

Four arms will wash and steam food away

LG has upgraded its QuadWash line of dishwashers with new smart controls and the company’s TrueSteam spot-eliminating technology.

The Wi-Fi-enabled, Energy Star-certified dishwashers feature four spray arms; the QuadWash technology uses Multi-Motion arms that rotate back and forth while spinning to power-clean dishes from multiple angles, said the company. A third rack on top is designed to hold additional, hard-to-fit items.

LG TrueSteam technology, meanwhile, dissolves caked-on food, eliminating the need to prewash or rewash, according to LG. Four power steam nozzles let steam circulate throughout the unit, and a second blast of real steam delivers up to 60 percent fewer water spots on dishware, the company claimed.

The LoDecibel technology is said to diminish sound to as low as 40 to 44dB. In terms of IoT smarts: the accompanying SmartThingQ mobile app lets users remotely control the dishwasher; Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility enables voice control; and Amazon Dash Replenishment will track detergent usage and automatically reorder when it runs low.

Pricing starts at $999 and goes up to $1,299. The QuadWash models are offered in stainless steel, black stainless steel and matte black stainless steel.

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