Samsung unveils cabinet-sized home drycleaning machine

Samsung is taking aim at the washing machine and dryer with a new home laundry system called the AirDresser, as reported by Sky News.

Available now in the UK it is described as a bit like a domestic dry cleaning machine and uses jets of air and high temperature steam to remove dust and germs from clothing.

According to the South Korean company, consumers just need to hang clothes inside the unit and set its cycle. “The Jet Air and Air Hangers release powerful air to loosen and remove ingrained dust, with only minimal noise and vibration, quiet enough for anywhere inside the home, including the bedroom,” claimed Samsung. Testing which the company commissioned from the Preclinical Science Laboratory at Korea University’s college of pharmacology found it eliminated 99.9 per cent of four common viruses, including the flu and herpes.

“AirDresser is Samsung’s response to consumer demand for more dynamic performance from even basic appliances,” said Jennifer Song, the company’s vice president for digital appliances.

Reports state that the AirDresser will retail for around £1,999.

Samsung is taking aim at the washing machine and dryer with a new home laundry system called the AirDresser, as reported by Sky News.

Available now in the UK it is described as a bit like a domestic dry cleaning machine and uses jets of air and high temperature steam to remove dust and germs from clothing.

According to the South Korean company, consumers just need to hang clothes inside the unit and set its cycle. “The Jet Air and Air Hangers release powerful air to loosen and remove ingrained dust, with only minimal noise and vibration, quiet enough for anywhere inside the home, including the bedroom,” claimed Samsung. Testing which the company commissioned from the Preclinical Science Laboratory at Korea University’s college of pharmacology found it eliminated 99.9 per cent of four common viruses, including the flu and herpes.

“AirDresser is Samsung’s response to consumer demand for more dynamic performance from even basic appliances,” said Jennifer Song, the company’s vice president for digital appliances.

Reports state that the AirDresser will retail for around £1,999.

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