Lately, I’ve been noticing that some of my bulky laundry doesn’t get washed properly.
Especially those thick and bulky items clothings. Some other days, there would be dry spots in the middle of the blankets at the end of the cycle.
I wondered what could actually be the problem, then I decided to do some research.
I found out that the LG washing machine bedding cycle can actually eliminate this problem.
The bedding cycle is specifically designed to help wash bulky items like my beddings and put the washer in optimal performance.
Continue reading to find out other things I discovered and how to use the LG bedding cycle.
What Is The LG Washer Bedding Cycle?
Just like other wash cycles like the sanitary cycle or perhaps cycle.
The bedding cycle is a cycle that is designed to wash huge linens and bulky laundry items which can not be easily handled by a normal wash cycle.
This cycle helps to handle heavy-duty and thorough wash of larger items, so you don’t have to worry about having a dry spot at the end of a cycle.
Additionally, you can also customize the setting for your specific needs like steam, soak and extra rinse.
This other wash cycle works pretty well with the bedding cycle and you can use them at the same time.
How To Use The Bedding Cycle On Lg Washer?
This cycle uses a higher amount of water alongside warm temperature compared to a normal wash cycle.
It works by filling your washer with enough water in order to wet down the load. Then it fills with higher water levels before initiating the cycle.
Here’s how to use the bedding cycle below.
- Step 1: Turn on your washing machine by pressing the power button.
- Step 2: Rotate the selector knob so that it points to “bedding cycle”.
- Step 3: Select the required spin speed, then click on the start button to begin to cycle.
Ensure that you’re using the recommended high efficiency detergent by the manufacturer. Also use the recommended amount only.
When To Use LG Bedding Cycle?
Pay attention to this section. Some people usually make the mistake of using this cycle for any clothing fabric.
You should do that! The bedding cycle is designed for washing large and bulky items.
So, I recommend using the cycle only when you want to wash the following items below.
- Bed sheets
- Bed linens
- Sleeping bags
- Small comforters
- Jackets and small rugs
- Pillows and mattress covers
How Long Is LG Washer Bedding Cycle Time?
It’ll take much more water, detergent and time to use the bedding and sheets cycle.
The cycle time is usually about 50 minutes to 2 hours and the washer uses a warm water temperature during this time.
Note that the cycle time might differ if you’re using a different brand or model.
You’ll also enjoy reading these articles below.
- Whirlpool Washer Soak Cycle (Explained!)
- LG Sanitary Cycle (Everything You Need To Know!)
- Lg Tub Clean Cycle
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the bedding cycle and heavy duty the same?
No, they’re totally different. The bedding wash cycle is used for large pieces of fabrics while a heavy duty wash cycle helps to handle heavily soiled items.
However, if your washing machine doesn’t have a bedding and sheets cycle – you should consider using the heavy duty or bulky cycle as an alternative.
What is the bedding cycle on a washing machine?
The washing machine bedding cycle is used for any large pieces of fabric like blanket, bed sheets and comforters.
The cycle is specifically designed to prevent these large items from wadding and tangling up into a drum throughout the wash cycle.
Does the bedding cycle use more water?
Yes. A bedding cycle will use more water than a normal wash cycle because it’s required to do a higher amount of work and warm water is one of the requirements.
What settings to wash bed sheets LG washing machine?
The recommended setting is to use the bedding cycle. You can use it alongside other cycles like extra rinse, soak cycle, steam cycle, or wash/rinse cycle.