For things to be clean and not to lose their attractiveness after washing, it is necessary to exclude the typical mistakes that many have probably made. We will share the secrets of putting in powder and bleach, how to load the drum correctly, and others. Keep reading.
Rub away stains with force
This can cause the stain to settle further into the fabric’s fibers, and the fabric itself can fray and discolor. Instead, do it carefully and gently. First, treat the stain as quickly as possible. The less time passes, the better the result will be. Always use a white rag when wiping the stain.
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Use too much powder
Excess foam can settle on clothes and remain in areas that are difficult to rinse, such as the fabric under the collar. This leads to the formation of additional plaque and the formation of bacteria. Try reducing your laundry detergent in half. If you see that things are not washing and you would like, gradually add the amount of it until you achieve the desired result.
Do not close the zipper completely during washing
The zipper’s metal teeth can damage other fabrics that are washed in the same drum of the machine.
Wash your shirts buttoned
It seems correct and neat, but this method can loosen the threads, and the buttons will come off, and the buttonholes will stretch. So take the time to open them all.
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Think twice before using it. In fact, bleach is not needed to remove stains such as blood, sweat, etc. Instead, use the old tried and truly sustainable method; toss your dirty socks, t-shirts, and underwear in a large bucket of water, add lemon slices and boil for a few minutes.
Don’t level the washing machine
If the machine is not balanced, this can damage the floor, premature wear of shock absorbers, and other machine elements. Put a level on the device’s surface and twist the legs; they are always adjustable in height. If this does not help, because the floor is very uneven, place a thick piece of plywood under the machine to reduce vibration.
Adapted and translated by Wiki Avenue Staff
Sources: Today Lifestyle