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A dryer is the necessary counterpart to a washer if you want to build a fast and efficient laundry system in your home, and LG makes some of the best. LG manufactures front-loading gas dryers and front-loading electric dryers. Depending on the model, you can get an LG dryer in White, Stainless Steel, Wild Cherry Red, or Black Stainless Steel. LG manufactures dryers for four laundry appliance collections:SteamDryer, TurboWash, TwinWash and Black Stainless Steel. Each collection features a stackable model, which is a good option if you're looking to save space in your home or small apartment.
LG dryers have a host of innovative and industry-leading features like the LG EasyLoad door, which lets you switch between a hamper-style opening and a side-swing opening to make it easier to transfer wet or dry clothes in and out of the appliance. LG also has a SteamSanitary Cycle that lets you “wash" the un-washable without water so you can disinfect toys and pillows with steam to keep your family happy and healthy. The dryers come with a range of preprogramed cycles like, Heavy Duty, Small Load, Sports Wear, Delicates, Casual, towels, SteamFresh, SteamSanitary, Anti-Bacterial, WrinkleCare and more! Select models also have five drying level and temperature options for further customization. Most of LG's dryers are vented, so they need a duct system but that doesn't mean you have to limit your placement options. Select LG dryers, like the TurboSteam dryer, has a 4-way venting system that gives you the flexibility to vent your dryer from the back, sides, or top of the back.
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