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Tumble action clothes washers use less energy because they use less water during the wash cycle. Regardless of what type of clothing you are trying to clean, if you wash in warm water, a tumble action washer will consume less energy than a conventional washer because it simply uses less warm water. The tumble action cleaning method offers lots of benefits to the user.

Right now the purchase price for a tumble action machine is higher than an agitator with comparable features but you will spend less in the long run. Cash savings on utility costs alone will soon make your total cost of doing laundry lower. And, of course, there are lots more benefits to using these machines than just money.

Questions & answers about the WashWise program.


Yen Chin, Appliances, LaundryWise and WashWise For more information from Seattle City Light on WashWise, please e-mail SCLEnergyAdvisor@seattle.gov or call 206.684.3800.

For detailed information about claiming a WashWise rebate or to check on the status of your rebate, please email washwiserebate@peci.org or call 1.866.632.4636.


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