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You may have done it 100 times, but do you really know how to do it? It’s not what you are thinking ;) It’s laundry.
Join us on a journey through the realms of laundry, where we'll unveil the secrets to perfecting your wash routine. From liquid magic to revolutionary detergent sheets, we're here to make laundry day the highlight of your week!
Let’s address some burning questions, shall we?
How do I choose the right laundry detergent?
This is one of the most commonly asked questions. It is not as hard as you think it is. Today, we have a variety of options that we can choose from. You can opt for detergent liquid, a laundry detergent in the powder form, or the newly invented laundry detergent sheet.
The most popular choice is laundry detergent in powder or liquid form for fresh and clean-smelling clothes.
So, here are some things that you need to know about laundry detergent liquid.
A nice natural washing liquid for clothes can be an excellent choice if you are a newbie at washing your clothes. They leave very little residue in your washer and are simple to use and measure.
A detergent liquid is the best option if you're trying to remove a highly oily or greasy stain, especially when used as a pre-treatment.
If you prefer to wash at colder temps, liquids are easier to dissolve than other options.
Laundry detergent Sheets!
Yes, you never have to measure detergents ever again!
Imagine dropping a sheet of laundry detergent and Voila Laundry done! Tear it, drop it, forget it!
Laundry detergent in sheets form are pre-measured detergent sheets that completely eliminate the hassle of measuring your average detergent powder. Just drop a sheet of the pre-measured laundry detergent sheet in your load and your laundry is done!
Tear it, drop it, forget it!
Laundry sheets are efficient, mess-free, and easy to use. It’s the lazy person’s laundry buddy!
Let’s answer some more vital questions
How should I wash clothes for sensitive skin?
First things first, you need to be sure of the ingredients that go into your laundry detergent or detergent liquid. Many detergent liquids or powders contain harmful chemicals. These harmful chemicals can easily trigger skin allergies as well as other allergies.
To avoid triggering your allergies, here are some tips that you can follow.
Use only mild, hypoallergenic detergent.
Before wearing new garments, wash them at least once.
Double-rinse your stuff in the washing machine.
To alleviate pet allergies, add a dryer sheet.
How often should I wash my clothes?
Here are some fundamental rules for how often to wash your clothes:
Blouses and shirts: after 1-2 wear.
Dress pants or slacks: 1-2 wear.
Jeans: After four or five wear.
Sweaters: up to six wearings if worn with an undershirt; one or two wearings if without.
Blazers, and casual jackets: After five to six wears of suits.
Workout clothes: after one use after two or three wearings.
How should I care for my delicates?
First, let us understand what delicates entail in the world of laundry.
Silk, synthetics containing polyester, lace, fine knits, chiffon, velvet, and other light textiles should all be classified as delicates, according to the majority of laundry specialists.
Some delicates can be washed in the washing machine, but many of your things, such as hand-knit or crocheted materials, will need to be hand washed and handled with extra care. Even a trip to the dry cleaners can be necessary for some goods. Extra fine silk, suede, leather, feathers, fur, and other delicate textiles should NEVER be hand- or machine-washed.
Follow this professional advice to properly care for your sensitive apparel.
Check Your Delicates' Labels
Read, read and read some more! Your delicates will have the instructions written on them. All you have to do is follow it religiously.
Inside out for the deeper ones
Always, turn your darker coloured clothes inside out. Why? To prevent fading of your clothes. Fabrics with bright or dark dyes frequently bleed while being washed. Hot water temperatures are generally known to cause colour bleeding, and the washing process can agitate or release dyes.
Keep it light and loose all the way
It may seem tempting to just dump all the clothes in one washy cycle but it is actually doing more harm than good. They really damage the finish of your garments since they rub against each other so much, and they also don't get as clean. Your belongings will wear out too soon, causing "pilling" and an unusual grey and dingy appearance in your linens, towels, and t-shirts. Lowering the load and allowing your clothes to wash thoroughly is preferable.
Press, pull, and shut
Before putting your clothes in the laundry, button, zip, and close them. They won't be as likely to tangle with other cloth or perhaps get self-tangled. Open zippers tumble and become cosy inside the washer and dryer, like little chainsaws searching for anything to chew up! Make sure all the zippers are fully closed before turning them on.
Well, this is all that you need to know! You are already halfway to becoming a laundry pro!