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What LG Twinwash does for consumers during winter

By Tare Youdeowei

Managing Director, LG Electronics West Africa Operations, Mr. Taeick Son has declared that LG has in stock innovative user-friendly products designed to cater for their individual and collective needs during the winter season and thereafter.

He made this known in a bid to allay the fears of consumers on how they would cope with the winter season. “We boast of eco-friendly products suitable enough for smart homes, that is what we are offering our highly esteemed consumers during this season. LG Twinwash and Styler solutions would be very useful during winter as it provides viable alternatives to professional clothing care.

LG Styler

“It is that time of the year when consumers make more use of thick coats, wool sweaters and loads of thermal underwear meant to protect them against the cold weather. LG Twinwash has the capacity to handle two separate loads simultaneously, allowing users to conveniently wash winter accessories such as hats and gloves in the mini washer seamlessly.

The LG Styler is a must have for consumers during winter season because of its ability to handle wool materials that ordinarily cannot be washed in water. Interestingly, styler prevents fabric damage by ensuring the delicate treatment of clothing materials with its freshness intact,” Son declared.

For the Winter Olympics, Son said that lovers of sporting activities who might not be able to physically be there due to the bad weather do not have to worry because LG has them covered. “OLED TV will deliver the actions directly to respective living rooms with lifelike images in bolder colours and unrivalled picture quality.

In terms of catching up with their favourite sports with live streaming of events on mobile devices; LG G6 and V30 have the capacity to meet consumers’ need.”

“V30, for instance, comes with 6-inch 18:9 full vision display while G6 on the other hand has a 5.7-inch immersive full vision display that supports Dolby Vision and HDR 10.


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