Usage Tips


Here are some suggestions to keep your dryer in optimal condition and to help protect the environment:

• Try loading the machine to its maximum capacity.

• Do not dry your clothes excessively in order to prevent wrinkles and save energy.

• Use the iron drying programs whenever possible. Combine the clothes that will be ironed with those that will go straight to the closet. Remove the clothes that will be ironed before the drying program ends and leave the rest drying.
• Make sure to clean the filters regularly to avoid excessive drying times and high energy consumption.
• Ventilate the area well. The room temperature should not exceed 95°F during the drying cycle.


Today our most efficient dishwasher consumes 12 liters of water: a decrease of 37% in the last 10 years. This dishwasher can reduce water consumption by up to 80%, compared to washing by hand, in an average household.

Automatic Program
• You no longer have to select the right program for dishwashing. Leave it to your dishwasher to adjust the time, temperature, water and energy according to its contents and level of dirt. The temperature can vary from 113 to 158°F making it suitable for all kinds of dishes including crystal glasses and pans.

Fuzzy Logic
• The dishwasher uses fuzzy logic to detect the load and thus adjust the duration and water consumption in order to avoid wasting water. Therefore, you can be sure that your dishwasher will perfectly adjust to a full or partial load.

Remember to turn off your dishwasher when you are not using it. If you leave it on standby, it will continue to consume energy unnecessarily.


Here are some tips to care for your clothes and prolog the useful life of your washing machine:

• Be cautious not to overfill the machine as many of us tend to do. If your washing machine is overfilled, your clothes may spin around but they will not bump against each other resulting in them not being cleaned properly. This may also cause the clothes to rub more against each other which may cause damage or make them appear older.

• Make sure not to wash dark and light colored clothes together. Dark clothes tend to lose some of the dye coloring during the wash cycle which may stain the lighter clothes.

• When washing white cotton garments, we suggest doing so at 104°F to avoid having to add bleach which may damage them in the long run.

• If your clothes are not excessively dirty, we suggest skipping the prewash and choosing a longer wash cycle instead.

• If your clothes are not excessively dirty, we suggest skipping the prewash and choosing a longer wash cycle instead.

• Always read the care label on your clothes; it will let you know whether or not your clothes should be washed in a washing machine, the temperature in which they should be washed and other useful information to help you keep your clothes in the best shape possible.

• The amount of detergent that you need depends on the size of your load. Remember to read the instructions on your detergent container so you know exactly how much you should put in. Some laundry detergents are more concentrated and require fewer amounts.


Place your refrigerator in a cool place, solicit periodic revisions of your refrigerator and adopt new habits of freezing your food. With these tips you can improve your refrigerator's energy consumption.

Figure out where you want to place your refrigerator:
• You can save a lot of energy if you install your appliance in a cool place; avoid placing it next to heat sources such as ovens and radiators or exposing it to direct sunlight.

• It is important to defrost your refrigerator regularly in order to prevent thick layers of ice from building up in the evaporator unit, which may decrease its efficiency. You should defrost when you see that the ice sheet has a thickness of about 3 to 5 mm.

Close the doors:
• Replace the seals of your refrigerator if you notice that the door is not closing properly.

• Dust your appliance in order to avoid dust and food debris from building up in the posterior condenser and under the refrigerator.

• Avoid keeping the doors open for a long time and try not to open them so frequently. Every.