“All the benefits of a front-loader for less money than our top picks. It’s missing a couple of helpful features, but otherwise will do a solid job.”
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“If you have a mortgage to pay and a family’s worth of clothes to get clean, we recommend you choose something affordable and effective—like the Maytag MHW3505FW. The 4.3-cu.-ft. machine has a drum that’s spacious enough to wash a week’s laundry from a family of four.”
Maytag MHW3505FW is a 27-inch sized front load washing machine that comes with a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet as well as PowerWash System cycle and Steam for Stains Option.
The Maytag MHW3505FW comes with a Rapid Wash cycle that washes small loads swiftly to give an immaculate and vibrant touch to your clothes. The Maytag MHW3505FW has Maytag Commercial Technology that makes sure that the washing machine is durable. The washer is also equipped with zinc-coated springs that are built to work perfectly, a direct drive motor with a 10-year limited parts warranty on the stainless steel wash basket and the direct drive motor, and a hard-nosed pump impeller for powerful cleaning action.
With a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet, the washing machine is designed to handle extra large loads giving it adequate space to clean 29 towels at one go. The Maytag MHW3505FW’s stainless steel wash basket is devised with robust materials for combating tough stains for years and years after purchase.
The Maytag MHW3505FW’s Cold Wash cycle assists it removing harsh dirt and stains with an active soak at the same time giving the effective cleaning power and energy savings of cold water. The Maytag MHW3505FW is equipped with Advanced Vibration Control Plus that is a combination of a six-point suspension system, a two ball-bearing balancing rings, and advanced software designed to effortlessly handle the vibration of just about any load size.
The washing machine’s cycle memory enables users to personalize each cycle as per their desire. The cycle memory retains the last setting choices, and after that, it applies the options to the next time the cycle is being used.