How to use your washer
Today almost everyone has a washing machine and daily we all have clothes ready
to be washed; From a basket of linen with both color and white fabrics to various
other pieces of clothing. How to correctly sort them and how to find a program for
washing them is explained this article.
First of all, it is necessary to sort linen correctly, ideally sorted by
color. But when you sort by color is necessary to pay attention to the fabric type.
Cotton and woolen items should not be washed together, because for each of these
things the washing machine should have its own setting. It is necessary to look
at the labels on the various types of clothes. The labels specify at what maximum
temperature you can wash every item. Color items cannot be washed above the specified
temperature because they can be washed-out over time.
To wash white things it is necessary to use a special detergent for white
that contain special bleaching components that will help maintain the white. These
bleaching elements are not recommended for colors as they will pale. Therefore color
things should be washed with detergent marked as "safe for color". Such powder contains
special components that helps keep and maintain color.
The detergent powder dosage should be correct. How much detergent powder
should be used in the washer should be specified on detergent powder instructions.
In different powders there is a various concentration of chemical substances. Therefore
it is necessary to follow the instruction. The powder dosage depends on the quantity
of linen, the degree of water pollution and rigidity of water consider these when
Each washer uses water and electricity, so it’s best to wash, when linen
there is a bigger load, it’s not necessary to spend the money for washing a pair
of socks. However and it’s not necessary to go too far. Since too much linen in
a washing machine it will be badly washed, and when you will get it, it will be
crushed. You should be able to place the palm of your hand between the drum and
If there are stains on clothes, it is better to use a special liquid to remove
stains. Before you wash, pour on the stain remover and let the clothes sit for a
few minutes, and then put it in the washing machine and add a spot remover to detergent.
Wash bigger spots by hand using soap or remover before washing in the washing machine.
And then wash it in a washer (add a spot remover). If you increase quantity of a
powder or temperature (if it does not damage a fabric) the dirt or spots on the
linen will wash off better.
Choose the correct washing program cycle. Today's washing machines have several
washing cycles, which differ for different types of fabrics, as well as temperature
and some other points. Strong detergents and other cleaning materials are best for
lower temperatures. For example, the bedding can be washed at a temperature of 60
degrees instead of 90, rather than heavily dirty clothes can be washed at a temperature
of 30 degrees instead of 40. So you will save money.
One more thing, when using economical mode or fast washing mode, it’s best
to use less powder, because it can be badly rinsed, can remain on the fabric, and
can cause skin irritation. This nuance should be considered especially, if you have
small children or someone in a family inclined to allergies.