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The washboard is back. Open the lid of some new Samsung high-efficiency top-loaders and you’ll see a water jet and a built-in sink with ridges—a modern take on the washboard—that enable you to handwash and soak stained clothes before they go into the washer. Consumer Reports tested two Samsung top-loaders with this Activewash feature and here’s what we found.

Soaking a shirt or blouse helps to remove stains, and so do the ridges on the Samsung’s built-in sink since they provide the necessary agitation. “Use the sink to work detergent or a pre-treat into grubby spots or stains. It’s a jump start at removing the stain,” says Pat Slaven, Consumer Reports’ textile expert. “You don’t have to be too aggressive because the item will go into the washer, and be careful with delicates, including loosely woven lace items.” Samsung’s manual warns that only clothes can be prewashed in the built-in sink and goes on to say, “Other items such as shoes, food, or animals can not be used for prewash.” Good to know.  

We tested the Samsung WA52J8700AP , $1,000, and the Samsung WA48J7700AW , $810. These are high-efficiency (HE) top-loaders so they don’t have an agitator and can hold more laundry than most conventional top-loaders. And they use less water and extract more of it so dryer time is shortened. Both washers were very good overall, delivering impressive cleaning and energy efficiency and superb water efficiency. These washers are relatively quiet but weren’t so gentle on fabrics, although that’s true of most HE top-loaders we’ve tested.

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The washboard is back. Open the lid of some new Samsung high-efficiency top-loaders and you’ll see a water jet and a built-in sink with ridges—a modern take on the washboard—that enable you to handwash and soak stained clothes before they go into the washer. Consumer Reports tested two Samsung top-loaders with this Activewash feature and here’s what we found.

Soaking a shirt or blouse helps to remove stains, and so do the ridges on the Samsung’s built-in sink since they provide the necessary agitation. “Use the sink to work detergent or a pre-treat into grubby spots or stains. It’s a jump start at removing the stain,” says Pat Slaven, Consumer Reports’ textile expert. “You don’t have to be too aggressive because the item will go into the washer, and be careful with delicates, including loosely woven lace items.” Samsung’s manual warns that only clothes can be prewashed in the built-in sink and goes on to say, “Other items such as shoes, food, or animals can not be used for prewash.” Good to know.  

We tested the Samsung WA52J8700AP , $1,000, and the Samsung WA48J7700AW , $810. These are high-efficiency (HE) top-loaders so they don’t have an agitator and can hold more laundry than most conventional top-loaders. And they use less water and extract more of it so dryer time is shortened. Both washers were very good overall, delivering impressive cleaning and energy efficiency and superb water efficiency. These washers are relatively quiet but weren’t so gentle on fabrics, although that’s true of most HE top-loaders we’ve tested.

The Samsung WA3000 top load washer has a large 4.0 cu. ft. capacity which allows you to quickly wash more laundry in a single load, saving you time and effort.

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I am in the market for a new set so I called my trusty repair guy to get suggestions. After all, who would know better then the repair guy which brands fail the most?

I just ordered one this afternoon. My dealer who I have been using for years said Samsung has had the least problems from the ones he sold.

I also stopped at another store first and I dealt with the manager of the department. He also said they have had few problems.