National Geographic : 1984 May
FOUR HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE. It takes no genius to figure out washing machines need water to wash clothes. But at Frigidaire, it took a meeting of the minds to put that water to work. One logical idea we came up with is our exclusive Halo Spray Fill System. With this system, four jets of water fan into a spray, evenly soak clothes and prevent "billowing' where air gets trapped and keeps water out. After the wash cycle, these same four heads "shower rinse" clothes, knocking down suds and sediment before the deep rinse cycle even begins. work has to do with "Tri Action." The logical ideabehind this is simple: the more water action, the *Riglaire o...nh. Whit.c. .llmaded ,,kW. 9i$ © 1983 W.C.I. cleaner your clothes. So on a Frigidaire washer, we designed the agitator and the tub, to move in such a way that clothes move up, down and around (see why we call it Tri-Action?). Then we had another idea about water. When wet clothes dry in a dryer, they take up more room. So for easy clothes handling, we made the mouth on our dryer extra big. Finally, we put our washers and dryers to the ultimate "water" test: our Quality Test Track. It's the kind of quality control that gives all Frigidaire appli- and dryers to our electric ranges, refrigerators and dishwashers, a reputation for being so reliable. So if you're in the market for a new washer and dryer, consider ours. After you look them over, common sense should lead you to a logical decision. BFrigidaire Logical ideas that last.