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Miele's first public laundry care exhibition in Hong Kong

by Simon Yuen on Oct 21, 2015 in Lifestyle
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Miele will hold first public laundry care exhibition in Hong Kong at ifc mall

Miele, luxury German appliance manufacturer, will hold the first public laundry care exhibition, The Miele Laundry Care Exhibition, in Hong Kong from 22 to 25 October at ifc mall, Central.

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The company is going to show five historical laundry appliances, dating back to 1904. It will start by showcasing some of the earliest washing machines, like the first water powered oak-made washing machine, to the fully automatic washer, to take visitors on a journey to experience the evolution of laundry.

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The Miele Lab will demonstrate the chemistry of some renowned fabric detergents and showcase "Miele Twin Dos".

Visitors can also experience the brand's professional care at the Home Care Corner, a modern household environment where they can learn how to take care of different fabrics through demonstrations with the company’s products.

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Details
Venue: Oval Atrium, ifc mall, Central
Date: 22 to 25 October
Time: Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm

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